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Great sax solos sorely missed and needed ! !
As a follow up to their 1st album "One and Only"I can only say that I feel Big Daddy Weave left a lot of holes on "Fields of Grace". Gone are the soaring sax solos and even the mix has the sax in the background except for the final song. Maybe the mixers at the new label don't understand what a "lead solo" sax player is. Think of jazz and the groups of the 60's and 70's., soul and funk and the predominance of horns, not just as backups, but as much soloists as guitars and organs. Their 1st album nailed it. This album leaves them,without the sax-loaded songs and soloing,just another ordinary pop christian group.Even when riffing behind the vocals,the guitars and rhythm are louder than the horn.Bring back the horn-- you don't hear enough good sax players nowdays. They have one --- use him and mix him properly. Let your group stand out from the others with its unique horn-loaded sound.
Big Daddy Weave????
I thought to myself. I have a three hour drive ahead of me and I want something new to listen to. I saw this Album, "Fields of Grace ~ Big Daddy Weave." I'm thinking to myself, who are they. I'll pick it up and if I don't like it I will return it.
Well after the first few songs, I was hooked. Now, I'm trying to find more by them.
Big Daddy Weave Has Done It Again!!!
Fields of Grace is by far the best! I have enjoyed listening to it over and over and just can't seem to get enough of it. You guys have grown in your sound and it is unbelievable. Every song on the CD is awesome and you can truly feel the spirit around you when listening to the CD. You guys are truly messengers from God. You have God given talents that no one else could ever top.
I enjoyed meeting you all at Crossroads a few weeks ago and Jeff ,it was great seeing you ,Cuz!!!
Keep up the good work. You are all such a blessing!
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