Gorgeous production and your vocals are just so rich, full and effortless… overall, a beautiful listening experience.
Love it! Hope you’re planning more…. May you bless many….
I love to listen to your voice. It brings tears to my eyes. Also the choice of songs is very nice. My children also love to listen.
I love the clean, simple and authentic sound of the entire album!! Superb stuff by all of you 🙂
Really diggin it. Been teaching my son some hymns so very timely. I pray that this will be a album of refuge and solace in these stressful times. God Bless
I could resonate with it because I listen to such music as part of my morning prayer. This compilation is such a blessing!!!!
“I’ve come to (City name removed) to clear my head after a few very intense days. The hymns are a perfect soundtrack for that.”
She’s got such a lovely easy listening voice. The guitar work is also so tight and so sensitive to the songs.
I love the album!
Listened to it every single night… so sweet and soothing. So beautifully done… I couldnt sleep properly last night and was listening to it and it was so amazing
Love, love, love everything about this album. You’ve brought out the meaning of the words so well with your lovely voice and the attention to detail by the musicians and tech team is impeccable. Please make many more albums. ️
Amazing album! Breezy easy listening with minimal instruments. Great song selection too👌
Its beautiful n uplifting. And my fav Hymns 😊 wonderful thinking… Plus the sound is so true to ‘less is more’ a rare find in the present day musical concept.
hymns that draw
from the personal hardships
their authors faced
Master the Tempest is Raging written in 1874 by Mary Ann Baker
O love that wil not let me go written in 1882 by George Matheson
All praise to Thee My God This Night by Thomas Ken
What wondrous Love is this (first published in 1811) by William Walker
His eye is on the Sparrow written in 1904 by Civilla Martin
Come Thou Fount written in 1758 by Robert Robertson
My Song is Love Uknown written in 1664 by Samuel Crossman
He will Hold Me Fast written in 1906 by Ada Habershon
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