The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

Slow down, and have your change ready

Since 1996

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.

Jack White Lazaretto as reviewed at Phantom Tollbooth This whole album makes me want to rummage through Jack White's record collection and see what sort of gems he's drawing his inspiration from.

Whitehouse is much more than a folk artist and this proper double album shows two aspects of his talent.

Whitesnake The Purple Album, David Coverdale wants to go out the way he came in. The set list is magnificent and the playing impassioned.

There’s deep beauty coming out of pain in that cabin in the woods.

bright-portal-whittingtonA definite sound that blends several different instruments to create a unique sound showing the artist's creativity.

Phil Wickham_90A powerful God calls for powerful worship




Saying more in a different way; still relevant after all these years.

Beth and Emilie Key and their cousin Meghann Loney have at least matched the strengths of their last work, if not transcended it. This is beauty with guts and purpose.

With their beautiful harmonies and songs that feel distinctly original, this exciting new trio has already produced one of my best-of-2017 picks.

 Household Tales

Household Tales will be one of the most refreshing records you hear this year (thanks John Mark Painter).



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