Stained Glass

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All Music Guide - Melinda Hill
Clay Crosse takes some risks on Stained Glass. Some of them work, some of them don't, but at least he's trying something innovative, which is more than can be said of a lot of CCM artists. Stained Glass has a complex, multi-layered sound, more akin to Jars of Clay than the adult contemporary sound of his previous releases. "He Walked a Mile" is a moving ballad with a solid beat. "Sold Out Believer," a '70s funk-styled track, is Crosse's biggest risk on the album, and one that pays off. Crosse pulls off soul surprisingly well. Another '70s number, a rendition of "He Ain't Heavy," doesn't fare so well; it's meant to be sincere, but just feels hokey. "Wicked" is the most ...
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All Music Guide - Melinda Hill
Clay Crosse takes some risks on Stained Glass. Some of them work, some of them don't, but at least he's trying something innovative, which is more than can be said of a lot of CCM artists. Stained Glass has a complex, multi-layered sound, more akin to Jars of Clay than the adult contemporary sound of his previous releases. "He Walked a Mile" is a moving ballad with a solid beat. "Sold Out Believer," a '70s funk-styled track, is Crosse's biggest risk on the album, and one that pays off. Crosse pulls off soul surprisingly well. Another '70s number, a rendition of "He Ain't Heavy," doesn't fare so well; it's meant to be sincere, but just feels hokey. "Wicked" is the most unfortunate choice on the album; it's oddly dark, both in style and lyrics: "For the wicked bend their bows/And they load their guns/And shoot from the shadows." It sounds like a bad case of paranoia. Stained Glass is uneven, but it's a major stride for Crosse. He's developing a style and a statement of his own.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/1/1997
  • Label: Reunion
  • UPC: 083061026141
  • Catalog Number: 10261

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Clay Crosse Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Background Vocals
Ashley Cleveland Background Vocals
Judson Spence Background Vocals
Phil Madeira Hammond Organ
John Catchings Cello
Dave Cleveland Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
George Cocchini Guitar
Bud Green Harmonica
Mark Heimermann Keyboards, Background Vocals
Jerry McPherson Guitar, Electric Guitar
Michael Mellett Background Vocals
The Nashville String Machine Strings
Jackie Street Bass
Tabitha Fair Background Vocals
Terry MacMillan Percussion
Dan Needham Drums
Jeff Roach Keyboards
Regie Hamm Percussion, Drums, Background Vocals
Matt Pierson Bass
Technical Credits
Joe Baldridge Engineer
Keith Compton Engineer
Bill Deaton Engineer
Mark Heimermann Producer
Tom Howard String Arrangements
Todd Robbins Engineer
Diana Lussenden Art Direction
Dan Muckala Composer
Regie Hamm Producer
Tom Lane Engineer
Hank Williams Mastering
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