David Crowder Band

Album Title: A Collision
Release Date: September 16, 2005
Genre: Pop
David Crowder Band's newest full album release in two years, A Collision comes together exploring the hope of discovery and memories of destruction. Recorded in a barn behind Crowder's house, once owned by the original creator of Dr. Pepper, each step of the recording process was documented online with the help of web cams and web logs.

A Collision features the first studio mix of concert favorite, "Here Is Our King" along with numerous other revolutionary songs. Of those songs includes covers of "Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven" by Loretta Lynn, "O God Where Are You Now? (In Pickerel Lake? Pigeon? Marquette? Mackinaw?)," by Sufjan Stevens, "The Lark Ascending" by Ralph Vaughn Williams and the band's first experimentation with bluegrass on "I Saw the Light" by Hank Williams, Sr.

Mixed in between numerous sonic interludes Crowder helps to recreate the broken, improper and inadequate emotion that he reveals to us in the details of this album. It is a pure art form that when listened to a few times become more and more evident. With their lyrically inspiring songs, outstanding music, and spiritual depth this masterpiece fits together nicely on Crowder's musical canvas.

Writer: Paul Whitfield

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