The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

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Since 1996

Jonathan Butler Grace and Mercy album cover. A pleasant, unpretentious album that avoids the 'conveyer belt' feeling of many contemporary gospel projects, revealing the heart of the artist minus the histrionics.....

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Every so often, an angelic voice rises above the din of the modern music.

Cailyn Lloyd Progressive Rock. A journey of sound by Cailyn Lloyd on guitar, bass, keyboards, synthesizers and drums.


Cailyn voyagerProg meets classic and beyond – a voyage worth taking...

Capt BeefBeefheart was more of an instinctive artist – no less a harsh taskmaster than Zappa, but one whose genius was tapped from his inner child, albeit a pretty weird little child...

Caravan 90Under-rated mellow proggers turn in a highly rhythmic set that features some classic tracks. This band is a must for fans of Pink Floyd and Camel.

John Misunderstood Messiah 90

Card’s reflections on the life of Christ never get old

MarkCover 90Card’s insightful commentary inspires these songs.

matthew card 90In a world where the visual holds sway, Card remains word-oriented, concerned more with substance than style.

Jason Carter, Helsinki projectCarter's eclectic mix of flamenco, classical, world (and a little electronica) stretches from the snowfields of Finland to African deserts.

Harp guitarist extraordinaire Carter continues to make each release different – and this warm, simple and clean instrumental release is among his most complete, accessible and satisfying works.

eliza-carthy-neptune-cdCarthy is exhilarating in her passion for invention

Casting Crowns - Come to the Well, as reviewed by The Phantom TollboothIn the autumn of 1981, Ric Ocasek and his cohorts in The Cars exhorted us to shake it up. Some three decades later, the members of Casting Crowns seem to have taken that advice to heart.

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