Style: Symphonic Scripture meditations; compare to Selah, Keith & Kristyn Getty, Fernando Ortega
Top tracks: "Be Still and Know," "I Will Never Leave You," "Love Is"
With the ethereal orchestration of a hypnotic movie score, Hidden in My Heart is a mature musical alternative to the often-dinky arrangements flooding today's lullaby market. Apt male and female vocalists transform primary Bible passages into soothing inspirational songs. Adults who tire of many lullaby records' elementary sonic bids and seek spiritually minded soundtracks for their children's bed times will find this worthwhile—especially since one in every ten CDs are donated to crisis pregnancy centers nationwide. But more important than regulating toddlers' sleep schedules, this sensitive presentation will provoke spiritual peace in parent and child.
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