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    MUSIC – CD Review: “They That Wait on the Lord”


    Morgan Cryar rerecords ‘Pray in the USA’./p>

    There is no more waiting for “They That Wait on the Lord,” the first album from New Hope Praise Band. This collection of 10 songs from Hope United Methodist Church in Rancho Bernardo displays a full and mature sound, with strong vocal and instrumental presence.

    Easing into the first song, the brass really keep the tempo alive. The lyrics here, like all other songs on the album, are usually simple and very easy to understand, and set the stage for well-blended and harmonized vocals.

    The songs’ order does a good job of balancing out, with the first five songs alternating between more mellow moods and lively beats. The third song, “They That Wait on the Lord,” follows a gentle male lead in “The Secret” with a clear acoustic guitar that opens up a song with a great blend of sax, vocals and rhythm.

    The intro here clearly shows the strong presence of acoustic guitar, however, throughout the album, it is usually hidden behind the keyboards, winds and rhythm. While the winds may cover up some of the guitar, they add a bright and welcome angle to the overall sound.

    After the “Broadway show” feel of the finger-snapping fifth song, the album slows down, and ends with the slow and extremely harmonious “Spirit, Blow Through Me.”

    New Hope has put together a very intricate and mellow work that does not scream for attention, but, through very strong vocal talent and a wide array of instruments, deserves a serious listen for those who want a full and mature sounding praise album.

    Jeremy Fry is on the Good News, Etc. staff. He will periodically review music albums, selecting locally produced music first.

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