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Sweet Sweet Sound

An album by Sarah Reeves

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Better Then The Debut Album

  • Jan 28, 2010
I admit that I wasn't a fan of Sarah Reeves debut album. It sounded ambitious, but the songs were largely forgettable. I'm not sure whether or not Sarah has released any albums since then, but if she has I've remained ignorant to them. What I do know that this EP release may have half the songs as the last album I listened to, there was far more enjoyment for these songs. There isn't a turkey on this disk. That doesn't mean every track is an instant class, but at least it's never boring to listen to. I'm not sure if any of these songs will wind up on a future album, but if they do then it's going to be a good album. For now though this EP is certainly very enjoyable and it won't cost you a lot of money, so this release is highly recommended for fans.

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review by . June 03, 2009
"Sweet Sweet Sound" by Sarah Reeves is not Christian Rock music. It is Christian music. There is a difference. The music on the album is very similar to what I hear in my Lutheran church. I wrote this review as I listened to each track for the first time. So, without further adieu, here are my impressions of the songs:    1. "These Words Of Mine": Scratchy record intro, retro. Pretty voice.    2. "Fresh Anointing": Upbeat, guitar & drums, strong vocals, energetic …
review by . May 14, 2009
If you have followed the praise and worship genre, you know that for many years Vineyard music was on the cutting-edge. Sweet Sweet Sound by Sarah Reeves feels like the natural evolution of music in that tradition.      Remember "Hungry (Falling on My Knees)" by Kathryn Scott? This CD is a modern successor. Reeves is hungry for the presence of God as heard in her many pleas.      Her lyrics have depth and poetic flair. She wrote with some of Nashville's …
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With zealous faith and a love of music beyond her years, nineteen-year-old Alabama native Sarah Reeves is an artist whose voice seems to break through directly to the heart of each listener. Sarah's vision and heart to lead listeners in worship no matter the setting is revealed through her fresh, honest and redemptive sound. Creating music that will be sung in churches and heard on radio across the U.S. for many years to come, it is clear after experiencing her music how Sarah is quickly becoming a new voice for worshippers around the globe. Lyrics that are authentic, engaging and humble, Sarah's music finds a way to reach people exactly where they are at- either on an intimate level or on a congregational level.
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Label: Sparrow
Artist: Sarah Reeves
Release Date: April 21, 2009

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