You Alone CD   -     By: Echoing Angels
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You Alone CD

Provident Music Distribution / 2007 / Compact disc

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/preview/67/64/CD99620_1.mp3 1. I Will Echoing Angels ? Album Only
/preview/67/66/CD99620_2.mp3 2. You Alone Echoing Angels ? Album Only
/preview/67/67/CD99620_3.mp3 3. Let Go Echoing Angels ? Album Only
/preview/67/68/CD99620_4.mp3 4. Rise Up Echoing Angels ? Album Only
/preview/67/69/CD99620_5.mp3 5. Coming Back To Life Echoing Angels ? Album Only
/preview/67/70/CD99620_6.mp3 6. Living Inside Of Me Echoing Angels ? Album Only
/preview/67/71/CD99620_7.mp3 7. Hallelujah Echoing Angels ? Album Only
/preview/67/72/CD99620_8.mp3 8. Make It Better Echoing Angels ? Album Only
/preview/67/73/CD99620_9.mp3 9. Free Echoing Angels ? Album Only
/preview/67/65/CD99620_10.mp3 10. Move Me Echoing Angels ? Album Only

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With powerful worship songs that inspire and conviction that pours out with every song, Echoing Angels' mission has been simple, yet focused - leading the masses into the presence of God. While they blaze through their rock moments, sit down for acoustic segments, and lead praise and worship in the most intimate moments, Echoing Angels continue to play their small role in God's large plan.

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CCMMagazine.com- Ones to Watch

Atlanta-natives Echoing Angels—featuring front man Chris Peevy, guitarist Shannon Cochran, drummer Jon Poole, bassist Josh Armour and guitarist Jared Lee—began as a group of friends before they formed the rock band originally known as Two Bare Feet. Their focus is on making powerful music that will change lives as opposed to just art for art’s sake. Producer Scotty Wilbanks (Third Day, NewSong) and Pete Kipley (MercyMe, Rebecca St. James) introduced the band to its new recording company INO Records, and the resulting album, You Alone—which releases January 30—is a pop/rock record that is most certainly worth a good listen.

Paul: Who do people compare you to?
Chris: Well, we are from Atlanta, so, of course, people compare us to Third Day, which is awesome. We also hear we have a Lifehouse mixed with Train sound, which is also very nice to hear.

Paul: Are you guys doing this full-time?
Chris: We are not doing this full-time, We all are in construction in one way or another, except for Josh who’s a golf instructor. It seems as soon as I get home from work, I jump back in my truck and it’s off to practice, or we are playing somewhere. All the places we work are very understanding of our busy schedule.

Paul: What’s an Echoing Angels show like?
Chris: Full of rock and fun. We love playing the songs that rock. Our passion is worshiping God and seeing how God still changes lives. Most of all, we want people not to see us but see what God does with a life that gives everything to Him.

Paul: Which of the songs on your new record is the most requested one at your shows?
Chris: We always are asked to play a song called “Free.” It is a song that really shows our roots as a band. We feel like that song, as much as any of the songs we have, brings the crowd alive because the song talks about finally finding God and how, in Him, we are free. Plus I always wanted a “Na Na” song that is easy to sing along with, and it is one of the most enjoyable times for all the guys in the band.

Paul Colman- CCMMagazine.com

CCMMagazine.com

Like their fellow Atlanta peers, Third Day and Casting Crowns, Echoing Angel’s debut is chock full of enough radio-friendly songs to probably ensure at least a couple of No. 1 hits, especially with the catchy, worshipful lead single “You Alone.”

But, of course, ear candy doesn’t always make for the best art. Or in the case of Echoing Angels, it doesn’t showcase a sense of individuality, which is what’s sorely missing from You Alone.

While there’s nothing inherently bad about the band’s mix of mid-tempo pop/rock tracks and ballads, there’s nothing particularly striking about them either, as the group fails to differentiate itself from the rest of the Christian music pack.

There’s certainly no question that songs like “Let Go” and “Rise Up” are well produced and offer relatable encouragement in the lyrics, but, ultimately, they are far too similar to Jeremy Camp’s previous work (namely his Restored album) to really make a statement. Other tracks including “Living Inside of Me,” “Make It Better” and “Move Me” also borrow heavily from contemporaries like Third Day, MercyMe, Lifehouse or Casting Crowns, which is unfortunate given the quality of lead singer Chris Peevey’s voice and his confident delivery techniques.

But despite the flaws, there are a few signs of life, particularly on the funk-laden groove of “Free” which is accentuated with some cool organ accompaniment. Another highlight is the more stripped-down, worshipful feel of “Hallelujah” which could work well in a congregational setting.

Aside from those tracks, however, the rest are far too derivative to really allow listeners to know who these guys are. And in an already crowded marketplace of new artists, that’s a shame, because it’s always exciting to hear new pop/rock fare that really sparkles.

CHRISTA A. BANISTER- CCMMagazine.com

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