Everyone does CD reviews.
That’s great and makes sense when there is an overall narrative to the CD—taking, for example, Mark Bishop’s Fields of Love or the Kingsmen’s Big and Live Again. But most of the time, Southern Gospel projects are collections of ten individual songs.
It’s the song that fascinates me most—and, honestly, that’s the area where I have the best background to provide insight. I’ve never produced an album, but I do have a songwriting background.
I’m contemplating rolling over the reviews column to mostly song reviews.
I won’t totally stop reviewing CDs—for example, I will honor the five or so existing commitments sitting on my desk—but I am inclined to give this a try.
It is an experiment. Is this something that would catch your interest, or something that would not intrigue you as much as full album reviews?