The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

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Since 1996

Derek Webb I Was Wrong Im Sorry  I Love You px90Somewhat tuned down, both lyrically and musically, this album is a collection of solid songs of faith.

Derek Webb I Was Wrong Im Sorry  I Love You px90In Keith Green terms, this is his Songs for the Shepherd after No Compromise.

angiewellsAngie Wells, with a smooth sounding Ella Fitzgerald-voice, takes on the jazz/swing classics

matt-wertz-snow-globe 90For those who love everything about Christmas.

Another hook-filled, hard rock album with an indie, singer/songwriter bend, A Way You’ll Never Be is the distillation of John Wesley’s past projects and a conception of music that is raw and unapologetic.

West has a new life and new focus, but this is a short album of promise not quite fulfilled.

leslie climbingA testament to a rock icon that's seen his share of mountains and has decided to keep climbing...

Western Swing Authority All Dolled Up album cover. This is a strong CD for fans of country western music and enough familiarity with certain songs (reference Mancini) for fans of music, period.

Lisa Weyerhaueser Caught In Time And Space as reviewed in Phantom Tollbooth

Caught In Time & Place is just that, a rendering and memorial to a special musician now caught in a time and a place.

Despite the quality guest appearances, there’s not much to excite on this one.

the gospel jazzKirk Whalum gives us enough instrumental jazz to make the jazz fan happy while throwing in some jazz-tinged pop/funk/R&B on the side. And a McCartney tune...?!

Where The Light Shines Through is a noteworthy addition to the Switchfoot collector being fun and easy to listen to.

Distressor by Whirr as reviewed in The Phantom Tollbooth. This album is a bombastic form of post-rock like I've never heard before.

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