Friday, August 7, 2009

Reviewing knitSB's albums

The non-knitting videoblog.

Savage Garden's self titled album. One of my favorite tracks is I Want You which got some airplay when I was actually listening to the radio. Video is here.
Michael W. Smith the first decade 1983-1993 included a few hits that were pleasant.
In All Its Glory by James Swearingen has a number of good tracks. It was a good listen.
Let's Talk About Love by Celine Dion was just too much for me, overall. Her voice is too big and the songs seem like power ballads. I wanted to turn her down.
the cranberries with everyone else is doing it, so why don't we? including the two songs I know, Dreams and Linger. I really do like the song Salvation from their second album. The video has creepy clowns in it.

The idea of sharing CDs came one summer when I was on a three person bowling league with Musicaljeff and LibrarianDebbie. Each week, we brought two CDs to share new music with the other members of the team. I got to hear a variety of music that I would have missed. knitSB and I were talking about music and I suggested that we share music that "made a difference" in our lives for some reason or another. Sharing the music like this has been a lot of fun for me. I enjoy getting an inside glimpse of what makes knitSB tick.

What are some of the albums that made a difference in your world? Leave a comment. I'd love to hear about your music.

1 comment:

Cat said...

I am a big MW Smith fan. He started out playing for Amy Grant a gazillion years ago. He's an amazing pianist and composer, and I like his voice, too, and his style. I like the Christian messages, too. I like Celine Dion, but Mike would totally agree with you on your assessment - he thinks she is unclean. LOL