Album DescriptionDriving rhythms...guitar-based melodies...pop-driven tunes delivered with hints of rock and unexpected dynamics--a new twist on popular Christian music artist Scott Krippayne's musical stylings. This release is turning industry insiders' heads and redefining his position in the world of Christian music. Gentle Revolution brings to light a level of artistry previously untapped from this singer/songwriter/piano player.
Record Label Spring Hill
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.5" Width: 4.6" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Jan 31, 2005
Publisher Word Entertainment
ISBN 5559333891 EAN 0789042107525 UPC 789042107525
another solid effort by multi-talented artist Feb 9, 2005
This guy is a top-notch singer, writer, and player. A true triple threat in the Christian music industry. "Gentle Revolution", the follow-up to his piano-driven release "It Goes Like This" finds Scott showing yet another side to his many talents. The songs seem to have more of a rock edge and less of a "stripped-down" feel than his previous release. There are 10 songs (not 8 as is currently listed by this site--"I Am Jesus" and "Renee" are separate songs as is "In The Name Of God" and "Alive Again") on this disc and the songwriting here is incredible. "In The Name Of God" is a haunting, emotionally-stirring ballad that will grip you. The title cut about a compassione, loving Savior and "Renee" are obvious radio hits for Scott. A couple of upbeat, more personal tunes that are also highlights here are "Alive Again" and "Lyin". This is another enjoyable listening experience from a terrific Christian artist. I hope the great music keeps coming for a long, long time.