Review: David Baloche

        Artist David Baloche’s album, Labyrinth, has a calming, soothing effect. After a long day, it's perfect to help settle the soul, body, and mind. Much of his lyrics come from the Holy Bible. King David used scripture and song to help him overcome fear, depression, and anxiety. 

        Labyrinth is the first volume of a series that offers unique musical meditations using various translations from the Holy Bible. You may listen to them on Spotify or YouTube . The full album includes songs such as He Hears My Voice, Nothing Can Separate, and Those Who Hope

       The complete tracklist for the album, including scriptural references, is:

1.       He Hears My Voice (Psalm 55:16-17 NLT)
2.       Nothing Can Separate (Romans 8:38 NLT)
3.       Come To Me (Matthew 11:28 NIV, ISV, ESV, GWT, BLB & Proverbs 3:24 NIV)
4.       Green Pastures (Psalm 23:2-4 NIV)
5.       Those Who Hope (Isaiah 40:31 NIV)
6.       Lead Me To The Rock (Psalm 61:1-2 NIV, 2, 4 NLT)
7.       Groanings Too Deep For Words (Romans 8:26 ESV)
8.       As A Father Carries His Son (Deuteronomy 1:31 NIV)
9.       The Peace Of God (Philippians 4:7 ESV, Proverbs 3:5 NIV, Proverbs 3:6 ESV, NLT)
10.   My Help Comes From The Lord (Isaiah 41:10, Psalm 121:1-2 NIV) 

        I felt the music was soothing and clear and would recommend it to fans of Christian and Gospel tunes.

About the artist:

David Baloche is providing an "ancient/modern musical interpretation of the Psalms” with Labyrinth, which is receiving amazing reviews and endorsements from artists, media, and others. Catholic singer/songwriter/author Audrey Assad says, “Baloche's radiant project, Labyrinth, is a deeply contemplative gift to the Church and the world.”  In addition to being a composer, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist, David is also a rhetoric high school teacher in Brooklyn, NY.

I received this info from: Rick Hoganson
Hoganson Media Relations
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