Rachael Lampa

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Blessed with a precocious talent, teen singer Rachael Lampa early on avoided the bubblegum trap that has snared so many of her peers. Lampa's is a mature voice, full of nuance and depth, and her previous two releases have wisely focused on this prodigious vocal ability, not a youth-centered marketing plan. Likewise, the material on her self-titled third release shows the 19-year-old singer's maturity. Lampa co-wrote all of the 11 tracks here, which see her exploring a variety of musical styles and holding her own with special guests including TobyMac and Robert Randolph. There's the diva-powered pop of her earlier releases ("No Other One"), plus some winning forays into ...
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Barnes & Noble - Lisa Zhito
Blessed with a precocious talent, teen singer Rachael Lampa early on avoided the bubblegum trap that has snared so many of her peers. Lampa's is a mature voice, full of nuance and depth, and her previous two releases have wisely focused on this prodigious vocal ability, not a youth-centered marketing plan. Likewise, the material on her self-titled third release shows the 19-year-old singer's maturity. Lampa co-wrote all of the 11 tracks here, which see her exploring a variety of musical styles and holding her own with special guests including TobyMac and Robert Randolph. There's the diva-powered pop of her earlier releases ("No Other One"), plus some winning forays into hip-hop/R&B (the bouncy, Beyoncé-channeling "Rubberhouse") and pop-rock ("All This Time"). Lampa's voice lends itself beautifully to hop-hop and bluesy gospel, making "Rubberhouse" engaging in a way that is lacking in the power ballads-we've heard Lampa belt it out before, so the balladry here often sounds old-hat. Less successful is the ska-inspired "Being Alive," in which Lampa's voice is drowned out by pounding drums and horns. The best track here by far is the closing number, "Room For Me." Lampa moves effortlessly through this intricate jazz-gospel melody, breathing life into its heartfelt lyric about finding one's way in the world. All in all, Rachael Lampa is another winning release from this young talent.
All Music Guide - Jonathan Widran
It's truly inspiring to see this powerhouse teen singer develop into more of an overall artist on her third release, having a hand in writing each of the tracks on a collection that covers the waterfront stylistically, from torchy ballads to blues-rock and ska. The good news about having a powerhouse producer like Tommy Sims guide her is that the extreme pop production and universal themes should make it easier for the artist to cross over beyond the CCM boundaries. But there is a slight negative despite the immense likableness, lyrical maturity, and strong melodies that resonate here. Sims tends to overwhelm her with his sonic booms, from the rock guitar flourishes and drawn-out ending of "All This Time" to the extreme thump and horns of "Rubber House" that overshadow the socially conscious intrigue of the lyrics; the song and its production seem too patterned after Beyoncé's "Crazy in Love" to get the deep point across. Even songs that begin with Lampa fully confident and in charge sometimes get lost as the textures mount; both she and Robert Randolph's pedal steel soul have to compete for attention on the anthemic "The Good Life." Fortunately, Sims holds back on the handful of exquisite ballads, allowing Lampa to shine and wring every last emotion out of "No Other One" perhaps the ultimate love song to the Creator, "You Never Know" where the optimism shines through, and "The Art," a rich slice of Mariah Carey-influenced pop inspiration that Lampa composed on her own; the strings rising around her come in just the right doses. Somewhere in the middle between overkill and restraint is another great cut, the country-folk-rock-flavored "Honest," which jangles happily along and allows her to stretch vocally. A little more Rachael Lampa and a little less razzle-dazzle would make this a greater triumph.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/27/2004
  • Label: Word Entertainment
  • UPC: 080688627621
  • Catalog Number: 886276

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 All This Time (6:27)
  2. 2 Rubberhouse (4:15)
  3. 3 Outrageous (2:58)
  4. 4 No Other One (4:48)
  5. 5 When I Fall (5:15)
  6. 6 Being Alive (3:35)
  7. 7 You Never Know (4:36)
  8. 8 The Good Life - Robert Randolph (4:18)
  9. 9 Honest (3:52)
  10. 10 The Art (4:44)
  11. 11 Room (6:55)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Rachael Lampa Primary Artist, Vocals
Javier Solís Percussion
Mark Douthit Saxophone
Barry Green Trombone
Bernie Harris Piccolo Bass, Talk Box
Mike Haynes Trumpet
Shandra Penix Background Vocals
Chris Rodriguez Acoustic Guitar, Dobro, Guitar
Tommy Sims Bass, Guitar, Piano, Various, Moog Bass
Tiffany Ransom Background Vocals
Nikki Leonti Background Vocals
Pete Orta Guitar
Akil Thompson Bass
Sherrie Kibble Background Vocals
Marvin Sims Drums
Jason Eskridge Background Vocals
Robert Randolph Steel Guitar
Nirva Dorsaint Background Vocals
T-Bone Rap
Will Sayles Drums
Paul Moak Guitar
Lamar Carter Drums
Kimberly Mont Background Vocals
Kendra Carr Background Vocals
Jamie Fraley Background Vocals
Technical Credits
David Davidson String Arrangements
Natalie Hemby Composer
Randy LeRoy Mastering
Bryan Lenox Engineer
Michael Omartian String Arrangements, String Conductor
Richard Source Pena Composer
Chris Rodriguez Composer
Tommy Sims Composer, Producer, Engineer, Horn Arrangements, String Arrangements, Audio Production, Instrumentation
Tim Akers String Arrangements, String Conductor
Mark Lusk Artist Development
Tom Coyne Mastering
Wayne Brezinka Art Direction, Collage
Pete Orta Composer
Ziggy Programming
Rachael Lampa Composer, Executive Producer
Katherine Petillo Art Direction
Nathaniel Chan Engineer
Drew Douthit Digital Editing
Sam Mizell Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great C.D!!

    I own all of Rachael's c.ds and this is one of my favirotes. She has an awsome voice...but I have to say I think she needs to be a bit more like her 1st c.d...that was awsome!! Otherwise Rachael rules!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Mariah Carey was the last female artist to impress me this much...

    I had no clue who Rachael Lampa was Tuesday morning, but on my trip to Barnes and Noble that day I fumbled upon Rachael's cd and was, let's be honest, more than impressed. The last female vocalist to impress me this much was Mariah Carey and it's great to see such a young lady possess such an extraordinary gift, and what makes me like her a little more than Mariah is that she uses it to glorify God. Great cd! Standout tracks are: "The Art" (very Mariah Carey)/ "When I Fall" (reminds me of Pink)/and "Being Alive" Now, don't get me wrong, Rachael is clearly an artist in herself and is not a mimic of Mariah or any other female singer, her influences stand out though which is great!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    well

    well... i think Rachel's voice talents were shown more greatly in her other two albums. Although this album as a much more variety of songs as far as different genres of music...i guess the only way to find out if it is really good is to buy the CD!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Rachael's Best Yet!!

    I love this cd from Rachael! I think that it is the best one yet from her! I love all of the songs on this album except for "Rubber House"...but other than that..This album is definitely great!! May the Lord continue to bless you Rachael and keep you in his love!:) PS> Everyone read the KJV verson of the Bible only! (it is the only true version!) May God bless you all

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