The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

Slow down, and have your change ready

Since 1996

I Have My Liberty as reviewed in The Phantom Tollbooth. Sonically and spiritually connecting sub-Saharan folkloric pop to the preaching and rootsier music of the Afrimerican church.

Johnny boy John Martyn, reviewed in Phantom TollboothThis very generous tribute catches the nuances of Martyn’s style.

Live from Old Town SchoolOut of the box: hundreds of vintage performances of classic roots moments now released.

manalive90While this is not an Annie Moses Band project, the unmistakable mark of quality that the band is known for is abundantly evident from beginning to end.

onething live, you satisfy my soul. The lyrical range may be narrow, but this highlights collection goes beyond being a keepsake for convention-goers and works as a well-created source for worshipping hearts.

pick-of-the-month doord tributeThis is an album that's simply a delight and a great way to get re-aquainted with the music of The Doors – performed with affection, a sense of fun, and a cornucopia of A-list classic rock superstars.

holyghost

This double-CD set serves a useful overview of the time and cross-genre fusion it surveys.

beck song reader reviewed at Phantom Tollbooth

 

Overall, this is a pretty good collection of tunes, and if you're a fan of any of these artists, you'll enjoy most, if not all, of what's here.

Fresh Fruit Volume 2Oak Apple Records brings a sampler of alternative quirky bands for your listening pleasure.

Jesus Firm Foundation 90

Remakes hymns for a new generation just as 2nd Chapter of Acts did many years ago.

Latest and Greatest Acoustic Songs, It may be a big lie, but this is a beautiful way to be deceived.  

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