Contemporary Christian / Christian/Gospel / Christian
As usually another great song from my, brother Kenny. What a cool sound and the words are great wor... more As usually another great song from my, brother Kenny. What a cool sound and the words are great worship to the king of kings. Great harmony and back ground track. Good stuff all around. Keep up the great work of exalting Jesus. I pray you are richly blessed for your contribution to the kingdom of God. I am privileged to hear this great sound and to consider you a friend. Double awesome and five stars.
I usually do not review this genre of music, from a personal standpoint and view, as I play Gospel... more I usually do not review this genre of music, from a personal standpoint and view, as I play Gospel and Christian Genre music under the Instrumental and Inspirational Banner and prefer the music without Lyrics which in my personal opinion allows the music to reach a much broader audience and attract a diversified group of listeners. That being said Kenny has an excellent voice and style and has a very good band backing him on a well recorded product, and I would not hesitate to recommend it to anyone into this genre of music. I took the liberty of visiting Kenny's profile and listening to all of his songs before deciding to write this. I found all of them to be well recorded and worth a listen. Be careful out there Kenny, there are still a lot of Ministers in Texas that would burn your records as rock and roll music of the Devil. LOL All the best to you and your career. Tom Wiggins and da boys in da band. We always said "Anybody that does not like some good Gospel music can jist go to Hell "
Kenny Cable consistently delivers heartfelt, well-written, theologically sound, well-performed and w... more Kenny Cable consistently delivers heartfelt, well-written, theologically sound, well-performed and well-produced songs of praise and worship. This one is no exception. The saxophone sets the tone from the outset. The groove has a hint of 50's in the rhythm and bass line. The backing vocals are skillful and well-employed -- not too little, not too much. The band is tight and the production and mix are professional quality. The result is a joyful and smooth song that could easily be used in worship. This one doesn't blow me away like some of his others I have heard, but it's solid.