Don't Get Comfortable

Don't Get Comfortable

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by Brandon Heath
     
 
Don't Get Comfortable was, contrary to its title, one of the smoothest, easiest-to-go-down helpings of smart, contemporary Christian pop to surface in 2006. The album was a strong showing for Brandon Heath, who signed to the heavyweight Reunion Records roster (home to Casting Crowns and Michael W.

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Don't Get Comfortable was, contrary to its title, one of the smoothest, easiest-to-go-down helpings of smart, contemporary Christian pop to surface in 2006. The album was a strong showing for Brandon Heath, who signed to the heavyweight Reunion Records roster (home to Casting Crowns and Michael W. Smith, among others). The native Nashville singer exhibited a host of skills honed after years of collaborating within the CCM songwriting community. Heath rose from the songwriting ranks to become a fully developed artist, eventually partnering with Bebo Norman, Matt Wertz (who happened to be his roommate at the time), Dave Barnes, Chad Cates, Philip LaRue and Ben Glover. His former aspirations to be behind the music eventually took him behind the mic, where his flavor for storytelling connected with audiences almost immediately. "I'm Not Who I Was" became an instantly recognizable anthem for forgiveness, and "Our God Reigns" received a Dove nomination for best worship song. The album had few inconsistencies, and the quality of Heath's songwriting was of the highest caliber. Don't Get Comfortable was a bright spot for those who sought insightful stories that resonate within one's soul.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/19/2006
Label:
Reunion
UPC:
0602341010528
catalogNumber:
10105
Rank:
197147

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Brandon Heath   Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals,Hand Clapping
David Angell   Strings
Byron House   Upright Bass
Brent Milligan   Acoustic Guitar,Bass
Dan Needham   Drums
Dan Muckala   Piano,Keyboards,Background Vocals,Hand Clapping
Craig Young   Bass
Alex Nifong   Electric Guitar
Aaron Blanton   Drums
Chuck Butler   Electric Guitar,Background Vocals
Kristen Wilkenson   Strings
Matt Wertz   Background Vocals
Jeremy Luzier   Hand Clapping
Josh Muckala   Electric Guitar
Matt Walker   Strings

Technical Credits

Terry Hemmings   Executive Producer
F. Reid Shippen   Engineer
Dan Muckala   Producer,Engineer,beats,Audio Production
Tim Parker   Art Direction
Skye McCaskey   Engineer
Stephanie McBrayer   Art Direction

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Don't Get Comfortable 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
You know a musician is truly talented if they can sing live and sound just as good, if not better, than they do on their albums. Brandon Heath is one of these artists. I was very fortunate to see him in concert for a week while in Malibu Canada. The music is catchy but also relaxing. The lyrics are touching and are easy to relate to. Brandon Heath is definitely a talent and it shows on this CD!
Heavy_Metal_Sushi More than 1 year ago
Though not a favorite, I thought this was a very enjoyable, relaxing album to listen through. I received this album from my girlfriend, and I must say, Brandon Heath is pretty neat. I may hafta check out his other album as well. I am a man of many tastes in music, but there are some genres of stuff that I am not as knowledgable in, but thanks to my girlfriend and Air 1 & some other various stations, my knowledge of genres that I have previously not been as familiar with is starting to improve drastically. My iPod now contains a pleasant mix of all sorts of different musical styles, and I have friends who have been and are going to help me improve that mix, so that's awesome. Brandon Heath is another good artist that has further improved my shuffled musical archive. Props! If you enjoy good relaxing, pop rock or contemporary music, this album is definitely a good one. Check it out!