All Right Here

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Barnes & Noble - Lisa Zhito
With Conversations, indie songstress Sara Groves turned poetic compositions and plaintive vocals into a breakout success story, capped by a 2001 Dove nomination for New Artist of the Year. All Right Here, the follow-up to that highly acclaimed release, finds Groves gleaning considerable wisdom from her recent whirlwind. The double-entendre of the title is intentional: These 13 songs make clear that Groves has survived being an overnight success, with all the pressure that implies; on a deeper level, she urges listeners to look to God, family, and friends for what's important in life, not at such ephemeral things as, well, being an overnight success. All Right Here seems ...
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Barnes & Noble - Lisa Zhito
With Conversations, indie songstress Sara Groves turned poetic compositions and plaintive vocals into a breakout success story, capped by a 2001 Dove nomination for New Artist of the Year. All Right Here, the follow-up to that highly acclaimed release, finds Groves gleaning considerable wisdom from her recent whirlwind. The double-entendre of the title is intentional: These 13 songs make clear that Groves has survived being an overnight success, with all the pressure that implies; on a deeper level, she urges listeners to look to God, family, and friends for what's important in life, not at such ephemeral things as, well, being an overnight success. All Right Here seems to take a folkier approach than Conversations; here, Groves's vocals call to mind fellow midwesterner/folkie Claudia Schmidt more than Shawn Colvin. The tone is immediately set with the opening track, "Less Like Scars," a song that begins with the fitting line, "It's been a hard year, but I'm climbing out of the rubble." Here Groves remarks on how we grow as God turns the sourest of lemons into sweet lemonade; later, on "One More Thing," she reminds us in the chorus that "at the end of your life, your relationships are all you've got." Groves does indulge in a little bit of preaching: "Every Minute" bemoans the loss of simpler times, but the ideal she sings of -- "four generations happily living in one house" -- seems more fantasy than reality. At the center of it all lies "You Cannot Lose My Love," a piece about God's constancy around which all the other songs revolve. With All Right Here Groves has taken the next step in presenting her artistry to the world.
All Music Guide - Ashleigh Kittle
Minnesota native Sara Groves released her sophomore project, All Right Here, in August 2002. The album serves as the second chapter to her debut release, Conversations. It provides listeners with a further glimpse into the heart of Groves, offering 13 new acoustic folk-pop and at time country-flavored songs focusing on a variety of relationships. The track "Fly" speaks of romantic love, while "Every Minute" looks at friendship and "First Song That I Sing" addresses her relationship with God. Additional songs include "Remember Surrender" and "Jesus, You're Beautiful."
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  • Release Date: 8/20/2002
  • Label: Integrity Media
  • UPC: 080688621926
  • Catalog Number: 92126

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Sara Groves Primary Artist, Piano, Vocals, Hand Clapping
Phil Madeira Slide Guitar, Guitar (Baritone)
Peter Ostroushko Fiddle
Marc Anderson Percussion
Steve Brewster Acoustic Guitar, Percussion, Drums
Gary Burnette Electric Guitar
John Catchings Strings
Dave Cleveland Acoustic Guitar, Bouzouki, Electric Guitar
Dave Jensen Trumpet
Michael Olson Background Vocals
Nate Sabin Acoustic Guitar, Flute, Background Vocals, Hand Clapping
Jeffrey Roach Piano
Matt Pierson Bass, Upright Bass
Technical Credits
Wayne Brezinka Art Direction
Nate Sabin Producer, Audio Production
Sara Groves Illustrations
Dana Salsedo Art Direction
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    No Sophomore Slump Right Here

    Introspective...Honest...thought-provoking... These are the words that consistently come to mind, when the ''conversations'' turn to Christian artist Sara Groves. Well, this album is no exception. Sara's definitely done it again. From the pop-feel of ''First Song That I Sing'', to the maternal intimacy of ''You Cannot Lose My Love''... From the ethereal-feel of ''Fly'' to the percussively intriguing ''Maybe There's a Loving God'', Sara Groves takes the listeners through the gamut of our emotions. As always, the strength of this album is in the songwriting. Sara knows how to ask the right questions, leading the listener to the Answer, without having to spoon-feed the Gospel. She sur-''passed the wishing'' of her fans and came up with a truly wonderful 2nd project. In fact, the only real inconsistency in this album is the fact that Sara performs 2 songs that she did not write, ''Remember Surrender'' and ''Jesus, You're Beautiful''...two masterful songs, penned by producer Nate Sabin. Although these songs can easily stand on their own, and work well in concert, stylistically, they seem slightly inconsistent with the rest of the album. Still, this is one great album. If you would like to know more about the singer behind the songs, check out Sara's website. I think you'll find it to be introspective, honest and thought-provoking...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    No Sophomore Slump Right Here

    Introspective...Honest...thought-provoking... These are the words that consistently come to mind, when the "conversations" turn to Christian artist Sara Groves. Well, this album is no exception. Sara's definitely done it again. From the pop-feel of "First Song That I Sing", to the maternal intimacy of "You Cannot Lose My Love"... From the ethereal-feel of "Fly" to the intriguingly "Gabriel"-esque "Maybe There's a Loving God", Sara Groves takes the listeners through the gamut of our emotions, and into a recognition of our need for intimacy, both with each other and with our God. As always, the strength of this album is in the songwriting. Sara knows how to ask the right questions, leading the listener to the Answer, without having to spoon-feed the Gospel. She sur-passed the wishing of her fans and came up with a truly wonderful 2nd project. In fact, the only real inconsistency in this album is the fact that Sara performs 2 songs that she did not write, "Remember Surrender" and "Jesus, You're Beautiful"...two very nice songs, penned by producer Nate Sabin. Although these songs can easily stand on their own, and work well in concert, stylistically, they seem slightly at odds with the rest of the album. Still, this is one great album. I think you'll find it to be introspective, honest and thought-provoking...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Sara Groves breaks the mold

    This cd gets a top rating because there are so many great cuts. Song after song sends a strong lyrical message about relationships and the process of living the christian life. The music is well-matched to the lyrics and the entire album is produced well..you can put it on and enjoy the entire play! I highly recommend it.

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