A RAY OF LIGHT

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With “Amazing Grace,” “We Three Kings,” “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross,” and a song based on a Dietrich Bonhoeffer poem for tenterhooks, Adrian Otterman’s latest progressive-folk-rock tapestry feels more big-tent-like than any of his other Over Orange Heights releases. The components most responsible for the sense of welcoming spaciousness are Bruce Nyquist’s cello and Otterman’s original lyrics, which break down essentially into prayers of thanksgiving (“Sing Praise,” “Miracles”), supplication (“Let Me Be the Moon”), and consecration and/or imprecation (“Shame My Enemies”).  - Arsenio Ortez, World Magazine.   http://www.worldmag.com/2016/04/notable_recent_albums

 

Click on "Sing Praise" for a free mp3 download of the 1st track!

Sing Praise – 3:52

Let Me Be The Moon – 3:25

Bonhoeffer – 4:27

Shame My Enemies – 4:44

Amazing Grace – 3:30

Miracles – 3:42

I Need You Here – 3:20

We Three Kings – 4:32

Here By My Side – 3:13

When I Survey the Wondrous Cross – 4:39

 
 
   

 

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