Keith Elgin is a Modern Worship artist from Fairfax Station, VA. Following up his 2005 debut, Seize the Day,
Elgin offers a solid collection of songs that work both in the CD player and on Sunday morning. Production work by Jason
Hoard and Bob Dawson on the record is crisp, though not particularly different or inventive. My only disappointment here
is not with the artist so much as with the current trends in Worship as a whole. Elgin follows the "Worship Record Formula"
closely, including plenty of Worship Buzzwords and phrases and generic titles ("You Alone," "Worship the King," "With You,"
etc.) and even finishes the record off with a hymn (very trendy). The high point of the release? The simple yet profound
"Only You" is great on the record, and sounds like an ideal song for a live worship set. This is recommended for fans
of Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, and Charlie Hall.
- Review date: 6/10/09, written by Rob Tyson of Jesusfreakhideout.com