Get Your Music on Amazon!
Get Your Music on Amazon!

JFH Music Review




Lincoln Brewster
Let the Praises Ring: The Best of Lincoln Brewster



Artist Info: Discography
Album length: 17 tracks
Street Date: November 7, 2006


Greatest hits compilations seem to be some of the biggest 'love it or hate it' albums ever. Thus, most artists try to do their best to make it something that the fans will enjoy. Here, with Lincoln Brewster's Let the Praises Ring: The Best of, we have a collection of the greatest hits to come from this Roseville, California worship leader. And believe me, there are a lot of Lincoln Brewster hits.

The album kicks off with the new recording "Everlasting God," which, at present day is still a radio favorite. Continuing the hit trend, we hear the fun anthem "All To You," and the poppy radio hit "Love the Lord." Continuing on with the rocking "Everybody Praise the Lord," the acoustic "All I Really Want," and the duet with Jars of Clay's Dan Haseltine on "The Power of Your Love," and the cover of the CCM classic "Shout To the Lord," you can truly see the best of Lincoln here.

Now, to the logistics. There have been several artists who replaced originality with energy to great effect. At least, to the fans, and not the critics. Examples might be Pillar's Fireproof, or Kutless' self-titled debut. Although neither of those two albums are very original, they are quite likable. That may be the case here with Brewster. However, few worship leaders can claim to play the electric guitar quite like him, and it adds a very nice dimension to his songs; some even refer to him as a white, sober, and Christian version of the late, great, Jimi Hendrix.

It seems the only part of this album less likable are the two songs from Lincoln's debut, "He's All I Need" and "What Kind of Man," two songs that show that while he did not lack the guitar skill he has today back then, unfortunately, he had a singing voice that left something to be desired. Otherwise, this is a great introductory album for new fans and a great memoir for old fans- and a great reminder that Lincoln still hasn't run out of steam, and that perhaps the best is yet to come?

JFH Reader Review: Review date: 2/3/09, written by Josh Unitt for Jesusfreakhideout.com



(JFH Sponsor Spot)

Check out the new EP from John Finch!

 


. Artist Info: Discography
. Record Label: Vertical Music
. Album length: 17 tracks
. Street Date: November 7, 2006
. Buy It: Amazon.com

  1. Everlasting God (New!)
  2. All to You (Radio Mix)
  3. Love the Lord (Radio Mix)
  4. Let the Praises Ring
  5. Everybody Praise the Lord
  6. Lord I Lift Your Name on High
  7. All I Really Want
  8. All the Earth Will Sing Your Praises
  9. Majestic (Radio Mix)
  10. The Power of Your Love
  11. Shout to the Lord
  12. He's All I Need
  13. Everyday (Radio Mix)
  14. Take Me Higher (PS. 73:25)
  15. What Kind of Man
  16. You Are Good
  17. Here I Am to Worship (New! Instrumental)

 

 

go to main Album review page
go to Album review archive

 


(JFH Sponsor Spot)

 

 

              
Check out the new EP from John Finch!

Search JFH




This Tuesday, August 2, 2022
ALBUMS
Mosaic MSC Thanks - EP [Sparrow]


This Friday, August 5, 2022
ALBUMS
FEARLESS BND Hope St. Revival [BEC]
Local Sound This is My Local [Integrity]
Randy Weston & Judah Band Made for This [MNRK]
Vineyard Worship Room at the Table - EP [Vineyard]

SINGLES
29:11 Worship Living Testimony - Single [DREAM Worship]
Josh Baldwin Narrow Road - Single [Bethel Music]
Blanca Mi Sanador - Single [Curb/Word]
Dreamers Keep In Step - Single [DREAM]
Maria Gilpin Refine - Single [7Core]
Lecrae Spread The Opps - Single [Reach]
Jonathan McReynolds Your World - Single [MNRK]
Vincent Bohanan & SOV Jesus Saved the Day - Single [HezHouse]


Next Friday, August 12, 2022
ALBUMS
Norma Jean Deathrattle Sing for Me [Solid State]

For all release dates, click here!
 



Listen to the New Album By Aryn Michelle!




Sign up for a JFH Indie Review

Check out depositphotos for royalty free images