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The HIGHLY ANTICIPATED 55th Career Recording from Grammy / Dove Award winning Christian Music Legend, John Michael Talbot!
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“I have listened to John Michael’s recordings since the 1970’s. The Inner Room ranks up with the best of his records. I love it. Beautiful and Intentional!"
Dove and Grammy Award Nominated Composer, OCP Development Team
“Music has a power that reaches into the heart and speaks truth and moves the soul. Often times music does what mere words or even spoken words cannot do. “The Inner Room” goes deep within your being and discloses rooms of your life that you did not know existed. This is soul expanding music.”
Founder of The Great Adventure Bible Study
"JMT’s voice is, as ever, pure honey. There is something pure, too, about the ensemble behind him — an ease with the instruments — virtuosity with spontaneity. What I love most, though, is the eclectic quality of the tracks, raising the sounds of many cultures in praise of Jesus Christ. This is onefor the car, and the smart phone, and the hard drive, and the CD rack, and the memory, and the heart."
Award Winning Author / Editor
"Listening to this wonderful CD helps me prepare my Inner Room."
Abbot Primate EM of the Benedictine Confederation of the Order of Saint Benedict.
"A truly beautiful and God filled album. I don't have the technical vocabulary to describe the range of styles and instruments you used but the blend across the tracks is stunning. Of course the lyrics as always are deeply scriptural and rich in our relationship with our God."
Fr. Aidan Murphy
Walking Together MInistries - BLOG
"Having now listened to the album a number of times, I can honestly say it is one of my favorites of his.
There are some strong offerings here. “The Beatitudes” and “Light of the World” are a wonderful start and draw deeply from the beginning of the Sermon on the Mount, a text that is so essential to Christian communities like Little Portion Hermitage and others. “Revive us Now” has some beautiful electric guitar work by (I assume) Phil Keaggy. “Change My Life (Act of Contrition)” to me really captures the tone of repentance, for lack of a better word. Like all good worship music should, that song really led me to consider my own life as I began to learn the words: “I firmly resolve with the help of your grace to repent and to change my life.” I loved the (to me) surprising appearance of the harmonica on the delightful song, “One Thing (Ps. 27).” “Go Now in Peace (Simeon’s Canticle)” is vintage JMT: clean, pure acoustic guitar, strong harmony, a biblical foundation, and the perfect capturing of the sweetness of that scene in the gospels.
This is a really good album. Again, to me, it represents the music that first drew me to JMT. If you are unfamiliar with him, this would be a great introduction to him and to what he does."
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