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All Music Guide - Steven Douglas Losey
On his debut release, titled Falling In, newcomer Andrew Carlton exercises his chops with a landscape of well-presented cuts. The disc's title track finds Carlton offering up an emotional vocal performance that is nicely matched by a moving bedrock of bass and guitars. Musically, when the cut switches to overdrive, Carlton's performance does, as well. "This Is Faith" is the type of melody that has adult contemporary written all over it. Vocally, Carlton has the ability to change his timbre and resonance to match each cut whether the tune leans toward adult contemporary or a rock vibe. Perhaps the disc's finest moment comes courtesy of the acoustically driven ...
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All Music Guide - Steven Douglas Losey
On his debut release, titled Falling In, newcomer Andrew Carlton exercises his chops with a landscape of well-presented cuts. The disc's title track finds Carlton offering up an emotional vocal performance that is nicely matched by a moving bedrock of bass and guitars. Musically, when the cut switches to overdrive, Carlton's performance does, as well. "This Is Faith" is the type of melody that has adult contemporary written all over it. Vocally, Carlton has the ability to change his timbre and resonance to match each cut whether the tune leans toward adult contemporary or a rock vibe. Perhaps the disc's finest moment comes courtesy of the acoustically driven "Home." Here, Carlton seems the most comfortable. The song is stripped down to drums, bass, and acoustic guitar and finds the artist leaning on a memorable melody while utilizing a falsetto tone. Falling In is a stellar debut from Andrew Carlton. With the opus, he performs likeable musical numbers while lyrically wearing his emotions on his sleeve.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/22/2004
  • Label: Butterfly
  • UPC: 824973600520
  • Catalog Number: 6005

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Taking on the World (3:37)
  2. 2 Falling In (3:13)
  3. 3 Freedom Song (3:28)
  4. 4 This Is Faith (4:28)
  5. 5 I Believe (3:59)
  6. 6 Home (3:03)
  7. 7 Jesus Hold Me (3:39)
  8. 8 God Sends His Angels (4:38)
  9. 9 Leave It All Behind (4:06)
  10. 10 Shaken (3:19)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Andrew Carlton Primary Artist
Jerry McPherson Guitar, E-bow
Tim Akers Piano
Dan Needham Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Piano, Drums, Electric Guitar
Travis Wyrick Guitar
Andy Wood Mandolin
Dave Heyer Percussion, Drums
Dexter Murphy Organ, Keyboards
Jacob Lawson Violin
Mark Hill Bass
Terry White Background Vocals
Drew Cline Background Vocals
Jennifer Duncan Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Danny Duncan Programming, Producer, Engineer
Brian Hardin Composer, Mastering, Art Direction
Dan Needham Composer, Programming, Producer
Jeremy Bose Composer
Regie Hamm Producer
George King Executive Producer
Jordan Richter Engineer
Travis Wyrick Composer, Programming, Producer, Engineer, Vocal Producer
Matt Brouwer Composer
Mike Rinaldi Executive Producer
Mike Dearing Engineer
Tony Wood Composer
Brad Mathias Executive Producer
Andrew Carlton Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Finally, a CD that has it all!!

    If you’re an Aaron Carter or Backstreet Boys fan, buy this CD! If you’re an Enrique Iglesias or Clay Aiken fan, buy this CD! If you’re a Chris Tomlin or Steven Curtis Chapman fan, buy this CD! If you HATE all those artists (like I do) buy this CD (like I did) and you’ll love it (like I do)!!! “Falling In” is one of my best CD’s and doesn’t lack in any areas. First of all, Andrew Carlton has a great voice, sometime sounding Clay Aiken-ish, always hitting the right notes, but it has an edge to it that doesn’t make you feel like he’s just performing a rehearsed routine. He adds flavor to the music, especially when he gets breathy or throaty in those few songs. The instrumentation is awesome- some great piano-backed ballads, some acoustic-guitar-driven songs, a few computer-synthesized songs that are very well developed, and quite a few songs would make perfect background music for “The O.C.” with their catchy turns of musical phrase. So of course you wouldn’t expect “Falling In” to have any substance to it in the lyrics. But the songs, mostly written by Carlton himself, are wonderfully written. They are very real and have a lot of spirituality woven in. Or not “woven” at all, in songs such as “Taking on the World” and “I Believe”, when it’s right out there for everyone to see. Carlton doesn’t just write what Christians want to hear about how awesome God is and His love, which lead you to believe all Christians are happy and without problems, but also about spiritual doubt, the loss of a loved one, and rejecting God. I think that everyone will get different things from the songs, but that everyone will find one song that touches them deeply spiritually. BUY THIS CD!!! DON’T STALL; IT’S WORTH THE $15 YOU WOULD OTHERWISE WASTE ON 3 DAYS WORTH OF EXTRA-LARGE COFFEE (that isn’t good coffee anyway…).

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