Love the Sax!I enjoyed the opening with saxophone! The melody is catchy and upbeat. The lyrics are along the lines of a round in a worship setting. Your voice is very listenable and pleasant. Keep singing and writing and praising!
Not sure I'd call this "Country Rock"As a Christian it's difficult to be critical of anyone's efforts when they are writing for/about the Savior and/or salvation. As an objective reviewer, who just wants you to have the best song possible, I would say to try to tighten your lyrics some. "Look into your eyes" doesn't ring true to me, as we don't literally look into the eyes of Jesus, at least not yet. And it sounds like something you'd say more in a secular love song about your lover. Your recording sounds very good, and your vocals and instrumentation are very good. Maybe a bit too much sax, but I guess it's a sax-based tune. Maybe try some more keys? Good luck, and God bless you!
His Love is ALL I needI love the concept of the text here - "Your love, Your love, is ALL I need." Much truth here. I enjoyed the introduction - it caught my attention and made me want to listen to more. There is some very fine saxophone work throughout the piece - not overdone, just enough improv to add a nice contrast to the melody. My only concern - and this is just a personal thing for me - is that the chorus is somewhat repetitive, I think there could be more text to drive the message home. Overall a great song! Thanks!
LoveI love, Love Is All I Need. You have a great voice and the harmony is off the wall, good. I also love the sax. Keep up the good work and continue glorifying the savior. When you get a chance check out of few of my songs, I'll will recommend this song to all my friends. DE
Consistent heartfelt praise and worshipKenny 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.
HiThis is a nice song.. brings back 60"s ..Something tell me this is not Life saxophone play ( i hope is just my spikers ).. any haw.. if You use a a mix Alto and Soprano Sax it will help the song.. and if You make a little better Vocal You will have a great ( oldies) song ..it is a great idea to work on..as is now it will be Great to play life concerts but I got the feeling that is a little "short" for that.. same goes with Music Publishers.. I wish You good Luck.. and now I will listen more of Your Songs.. Good Job..
Easy listening smooth.Hi not bad. I really like the sax nice touch. The words are good too. I like the rhythm of the song. The melody needs work it has to much of the same tone it needs more range. You got a pretty good song. Keep up the great work! May you be blessed! Have a beautiful amazing majestic day!
Your LoveHi Kenny, I love the sound, especially with the saxophone and slide guitar, the mix quality is right on and the vocals mix sounds great. When the song first started I couldn't help but think it had a flavor of Springsteens "E Street Band" with a catchy melody. The vibes also and rhodes also gave it that flavor but turning it around for the Lord just makes it happen for me.
Very professional.Great instrumental and vocal backings. Very professional performance all round, your diction is excellent. Well written lyrics and a catchy melody which I know is going to stick in my head. Of a much higher standard than many of the Christian genre songs I have heard on this site and I wish you all the best.
Very good!!Hi Kenny, my first response is that your song quality is a cut above most everything I have heard on this website. It is well written, sung, recorded and mixed. I absolutely love Texas, when I was traveling in the music business Texas was my favorite place to play. People are much more responsive as an audience and just so friendly. I spent a lot of time in the area where Willie Nelson's golf course is. Keep up the good work, and may God bless you in your ministry my brother.