Captured - Tim Booth
For his new album, Tom Booth added a sweet Martin acoustic to his electric guitar and amps. A chamber orchestra squeezed in beside his rock band. The result: a more driving, organic, intimate collection. Like candles in a small chapel, the 12 songs on Captured illumine the face of the Lord, guiding listeners to a place of deep prayer and praise.
Drawing from Scripture, saints and mystics-Thomas Merton, Charles de Foucauld and Teresa of Avila among them-the lyrics have startling theological depth. Contemplative, candid and serious, they challenge us to give Christ exclusive allegiance in our lives.
Some tracks feature lush orchestral arrangements by Grammy-nominated Nashville legend Don Hart. It's the perfect musical frame for these devotional texts. Players include Dave Cleveland on guitar and Carl Herrgesell (Elton John, Kenny Loggins) on Hammond organ and keyboards.
Can We Love?
Come, Holy Spirit
Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)
God Alone is Enough
Lord, When Your Glory Appears
O Salutaris Hostia (O Saving Lamb)
Solitude Song (Follow Me)
You Are My Shepherd
You Did Not Have A Home
You Stand Knocking