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Paul and Noreen Coca
Street Songs

Street Date: 2007
Style: Gospel / Folk
Artist Website: PaulCoca.com


Paul and Noreen Coca have spent over 25 years in music ministry, often playing open concerts on the streets of Berkeley and San Francisco (not exactly the Bible Belt). This record is a collection of their work. Lyrically, these are pretty simple songs, direct, to the point, easy to sing along with. There is simplicity in the music as well, but don't be fooled: simple is not a bad thing. In this case, it is a compliment. In essence, this is early Jesus music recorded for a new century. Add in guitar work from Phil Keaggy as well as production by Chuck Girard and you have a record worthy of a listen.

- Review date: 10/6/08, written by Rob Tyson of Jesusfreakhideout.com

 

 

 

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