Vice and Virtue
Vice & Virtue is about the thin line between those two words. In asking this question: Jimmy explains, "what if the biggest threat to our salvation isn't our bad deeds but our good ones? So many of us (including me)...
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Vice & Virtue is about the thin line between those two words. In asking this question: Jimmy explains, "what if the biggest threat to our salvation isn't our bad deeds but our good ones? So many of us (including me) rest on our good behavior as the basis for God's acceptance. We think that what God is after is that we be nicer. This couldn't be further from true. God does not want simply to make us nice. He wants to make us new. I explore what I call "the vice of virtue" in these songs". I think anyone who listens close will either be deeply offended or deeply encouraged. As I listen back, I can't help but feel both. I see records like story books. The songs are chapters taking you on a journey, each one building on top of the last. You come to end and hopefully catch the big picture and leave changed. Of all my records, Vice & Virtue is the most committed I've been to telling the story throughout the individual songs. It's a story I hope will awaken in people a love for the God of the gospel.
1. Vice & Virtue
- 1. Vice & VirtueJimmy Needham0:59
- 2. Thank YouJimmy Needham0:59
- 3. Mamma Didn't Raise No FoolJimmy Needham0:59
- 4. All We Need Is NeedJimmy Needham0:59
- 5. Sirens (feat. The Quebe Sisters)Jimmy Needham0:59
- 6. Only YouJimmy Needham0:59
- 7. Forever And Ever AmenJimmy Needham0:59
- 8. Mr Nice Guy (feat. Kb)Jimmy Needham0:59
- 9. Better ManJimmy Needham0:59
- 10. Jekyll & HydeJimmy Needham0:59
- 11. The Story (a Spoken Word)Jimmy Needham0:59
Texas-based Contemporary Christian singer/songwriter Jimmy Needham crafts soulful, socially conscious, faith-based pop songs with hints of blues and roots rock thrown in for good measure. Influenced by everyone from Keith Green to Jason Mraz, Needham released his first album, For Freedom, independently in 2005. He signed with Franklin, Tennessee-based independent contemporary Christian record label Inpop in 2006 and released the highly regarded Speak, followed by Not Without Love in 2008. His albums include: Nightlights, Clear the Stage and The Hymn Sessions, Vol. 1.
Biography by James Christopher Monger, www.allmusic.com. Viewed 01.09.14