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The Line Between the Two is a deeply personal musical statement from one of the members of the celebrated Christian pop group 4Him, the result of what sounds like something of a mid-life crisis in which he explores such issues as aging and fatherhood. And like most deeply personal musical statements, it's one that doesn't always connect in a deep way with the listener. While "For the First Time" rocks out in a fairly universal way, on "Carry the Light" and "Hello to Goodbye" Mark Harris starts wimping out a bit, relying on push-button emotional tricks to carry the songs. By "Wish You Were Here," which features a triangle and a string section, he sounds like Neil Finn ...
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All Music Guide - Rick Anderson
The Line Between the Two is a deeply personal musical statement from one of the members of the celebrated Christian pop group 4Him, the result of what sounds like something of a mid-life crisis in which he explores such issues as aging and fatherhood. And like most deeply personal musical statements, it's one that doesn't always connect in a deep way with the listener. While "For the First Time" rocks out in a fairly universal way, on "Carry the Light" and "Hello to Goodbye" Mark Harris starts wimping out a bit, relying on push-button emotional tricks to carry the songs. By "Wish You Were Here," which features a triangle and a string section, he sounds like Neil Finn trying to sell a really boring and unattractive conception of heaven without the help of any musical hooks. But things pick up again thereafter with the solidly workmanlike title track, the U2-ish "Find Myself in You," and the rocking "Ordinary Life," which features a guitar line that Lenny Kravitz would be proud of. Not bad overall, but this is devotional music, and as with all devotional music, the emphasis is more on the devotion than on the music. Those already inclined to enjoy it on that basis won't be disappointed.
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  • Release Date: 6/7/2005
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 827969382721
  • Catalog Number: 93827

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Performance Credits
Mark Harris Primary Artist, Vocals
Pete Kipley Guitar, Conductor
Prague Symphony Orchestra Strings
Jason Crosby Piano, Hammond Organ, Hammond B3
Brandon ONeill Drums
Nelson Sebastiani Bass
Brandon O'Neill Drums
Technical Credits
Chris Eaton Composer
Mike O'Connor Engineer
Jeff Moseley Composer
Gary Sadler Composer
Pete Kipley Arranger, Composer, Producer, Audio Production
Mark Harris Composer
Andrew Mendelson Mastering
Tony Wood Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Fantastic CD!

    The songs on this CD have beautiful melodies and even more beautiful words. I highly recommend it!

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