The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

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Since 1996

All Sons and Daughters Live. This is how worship albums should be: poetic lyrics about real life in accessible language, carried on beautiful, memorable tunes. The DVD is a bonus.

ASD are going deeper in their content and lusher in their sound, as they learn from spiritual giants, who have gone ahead of us. These songs are rich enough to reflect on one at a time. 

Allan Scott band EP. Short means sweet as Scott’s guitar chimes out.

Overclocked Jim AllchinAllchin, Jim – Overclocked

A broad buffet of blues, with some corporate style.

Alma, Tactics as reviewed in The Phantom Tollbooth

Here lies some of the best pop / jazz I’ve heard in a very, very long time.

  Beauty in simplicity – look no further!

Altan poisoned glen 90Great bar room instrumental work from these chilled Celtic masters.

When the wife’s a way, the men make Bread …at least Rick Altizer does. You’ll understand…..

Amaziah Straight Talker as reviewed by The Phantom TollboothInteresting for historical purposes only.

Some beautiful piano here, with just the right back up from the rest of the jazz trio.



Anderson/Stolt as reviewed on The Phantom TollboothThe Invention of Knowledge is a mature distillation of its writers’ individual, remarkable craftsmanship.

Caleb Andrews’ aim is true and the heart of what comes forth echoes scripture

Close your eyes and drift: here's another relaxing, elegant, melodic and atmospheric release from the stylish saxophonist’s ensemble.

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