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By Timothy Yap, Aug 19 2016
Those who like songs circumscribed within the narrow confines of one specific genre will find "Restore" infuriating. Despite their famed family name which has had been entrenched in the rich history of Southern Gospel music, this new album by Aaron and Amanda Crabb is not simply a Southern Gospel release. Rather, it's a variegated affair in a couple of ways. First, soft shades of rustic country in the veins of Dolly Parton exists conterminously with big swelling keyboard-driven worship tunes to piano-driven ACpop-country balladry to rousing old Southern Gospel favorites. Second, lyrically, the song canvas not only the Lord's praises but there are songs that worship God through God's creation of family, human relationships and his creation. So, if variety is quintessential to your music enjoyment, "Restore" excels. "Restore," named after Aaron and Amanda Crabb's recently planted church "Restoring Hope," is birthed out of their this ministry initiative. Thus, you will find songs on this record that chronicle the couple's venture of faith and a worship tunes they have been utilizing in their church services. Moreover, the birth of the couple's fourth child has also been the inspiration of some of the album's more family-oriented tunes.