The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

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Since 1996

casting crowns acoustic sessions volume 1. It may just be a ‘greatest hits’ with quieter guitar than usual, but it is still a strong collection.

celldweller celloutI prefer what Klayton puts out in mini-discs over someone the likes of Moby anyday.

Grady Champion Dreamin' as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothThis likeable blues singer returns with a studio project that's almost too optimistic to be blues, but gets there just the same.

Grady Champion Tough Times Don't LastChampion mixes blues, funk and soul like an artisan. Welcome to the essence of the electric South.

Joy SCCeditedFilled with variety and cheer, Joy is one of the best releases of the season.

recreation 90God again brings good out of tragedy, and listeners glimpse it here.

Glorious Unfolding 90Millions of records sold and numerous awards can’t compare with Chapman’s advocacy for orphans and this wistful, elegant recording.

i-am-chasing-lightNow here is a band that I’m confident would have been signed by Brandon Ebel to the Tooth & Nail label – had he known of their existence.

Gina Chavez Up Rooted as reviewed in Phantom Tollbooth

Nothing short of one artist’s hallmark, this collection embodies Gina Chavez as an artist of her own right.

Andy Cherry as reviewed in Phantom TollboothDavid Gray meets David Crowder in a fine praise album

Climax Bllues Band Live, Rare and Raw 1973-1979pick of the monthAn advert for touring bands, who learn their craft night after night, this superb batch of gigs shows how CBB moved from blues towards funk and excelled at each genre.

Club d Elf as reviewed in Phantom TollboothGinger Baker’s musical love-child goes clubbing around the world

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