(aileen) from N HOLLYWOOD, CA
Reviewed on 6/14/2008...
You'll find nothing here to dispel the notion that Caedmon's Call is one of the up-and-comers of the Christian music world. Long Line of Leavers, while perhaps not as strong as its brilliant predecessor (40 Acres), shows us a maturing band whose recording process now fully employs Caedmon's ensemble prowess. "Prepare Ye the Way" and "Valley" chronicle the fact, melting the vocals of husband-and-wife duo Cliff and Danielle Young into the acoustic-oriented folk rock for which the band is known so well. Derek Webb continues to prove himself one of the genre's finest writers here with the wonderfully moving "Dance" and the energetic "What You Want." Not to be outdone, Aaron Tate, the only member of the band who does not sing or play, offers songwriting gems in "Prove Me Wrong" and the aforementioned "Valley." Caedmon's Call clearly understand their strengths (songwriting and ensemble performance) and showcase them well in this worthy third release.
--Michael Lyttle (Amazon.com)
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from CONCORD, CA
Reviewed on 1/14/2007...
This is a BMG Club Disc.
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from PORTER RANCH, CA
Reviewed on 9/15/2006...
One of Eric Clapton's best recordings.
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