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The Phantom Tollbooth - Past Music Reviews

The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

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Since 1996

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

Chops ‘n Soul is a powerhouse combo that brings the funk and soul exactly the way you like it.

If you share my belief that the Church should make music that reflects the excellence and creativity of God and the diversity of his people, then you may celebrate the arrival of this collection.

If you want authentic reggae with a Christian heart, you can’t go far wrong with this.

America meets Africa again – but this time America’s a lot more assertive. I can’t think of an easier way into world music.

 If I Should Go Before You sparks of Green’s best writing with a solid backing foundation of music, perhaps his best recording if not the crowd pleaser of past efforts.

 The soulful, well-traveled voice of Ashley Cleveland provides a perfect vehicle to convey the tension between heaven and earth…

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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