This week I was sent a copy of the album Exhale by Plumb. Thank you Propeller. I haven’t listened to much of Plumb but I was willing to try.
I have to say I enjoyed the album quite a bit. I listen in the car, just around the house and even while concentrating on writing (except right now b/c this laptop I am on has no cd player.) Pretty Lame right!
Anyway – I love the album. Most of it even. Oft times you will get an album that is front loaded with the good songs and fluffed with the, well, fluff. This one is pretty good all around in my opinion.
I will admit that I listen to music mostly as background noise, not for the words or the beat or the style, any one thing over another, but for the comfort. This is one that will be in my itunes collection (once I get it to a computer w/ a cd drive.) Sorry – it’s a new laptop to me, but a hand-me-down from the boss 🙂
Thanks for the cd Propeller. Plumb is now on my radar. I will be watching for more. Even my kids enjoy it. Of course my kids were already up on Plumb so no surprise there.
From Propeller / FlyBy Promotions:
Tiffany Arbuckle Lee, better-known by her stage name Plumb, is a songwriter, recording artist, performer and author. Plumb has sold more than 500,000 albums and over two million singles worldwide, co-penned songs for numerous other artists, including Michelle Branch, Mandisa, Mandy Moore, Jaci Velasquez, and Natalie Grant, and had music placed in many films and television shows.Originally signed as a Christian Contemporary Music (CCM) recording artist in 1997, Plumb is now known as well as or better in alternative rock, electronic dance music, and for the use of her music in film and television than she is in the CCM market.
About the album:
EXHALE, the seventh studio album from acclaimed multi-genre singer, songwriter and author PLUMB, expresses a new focus and vision. After the runaway success of NEED YOU NOW (the album, title track and book), which coincided with her own moving story of brokenness and ultimately healing, Exhale brims with worshipful songs of gratitude and hope.The defining concept of EXHALE was born from a sermon at Plumb’s home church, wherein her pastor Pete Wilson expressed the notion that the Church doesn’t exist for itself. Rather, believers come to church to breathe in grace and truth, be changed, and then go out and “exhale” that hope into their surrounding community.“That idea of exhaling hope hit me right away and I couldn’t get to the Notes section on my phone fast enough. I started writing the chorus of Exhale right then and there,” explains Plumb. “I have been made new by the ultimate hope, and I want to share and exhale that hope in every way I can.”
Disclaimer – Dude I got the cd for free as a pre release review. I’m keepin’ it – I like it, I would have liked it if I bought it myself. But thanks for the free bee in exchange for the review!