Item description for Some Things Never Change by Mark Lowry...
1) All That Matters To The Lord 2) Some Things Never Change 3) I Call Him Lord 4) Jesus Laughing 5) God Doesnt Know 6) I Wanna Go To Heaven 7) Too Big To Miss 8) Ill Trade The Old Cross For A Crown 9) Hes There 10) Isnt It Amazing 11) Make It Real
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Studio: Spring House / EMI
Record Label Spring House / EMI
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.6" Width: 4.9" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.18 lbs.
Release Date Nov 30, 2003
Publisher CHORDANT ACNT# 3707
ISBN 0012252808 ISBN13 0617884254421 UPC 617884254421
Availability 0 units.
More About Mark Lowry
Mark Lowry has been a member of The Gaither Vocal Band and recorded for Word Records for the past 15 years. A well-known comedian, author, and singer, he also co-hosts the popular TNN special, "The Homecoming," with Bill Gaither.
Mark Lowry currently resides in Nashville, in the state of Tennessee.
Reviews - What do customers think about Some Things Never Change?
Mark Lowry, the vocalist Jun 11, 2005
It's hard to say what Mark Lowry is best known for. His comedy? His singing? Writing the lyrics to "Mary Did You Know?" But this CD reminds us of what a fine singer Mark Lowry is. By far my favorite song on this collection is "Isn't It Amazing," a wonderful song of worship and praise. Mark harmonizes with his friends on "I Call Him Lord" and "I Will Trade the old Cross for a Crown" and the results are lovely. Lowry's humorous side comes through on "Too Big to Miss," his own composition about the story of David and Goliath. "Some Things Never Change" closes with "Make it Real," a plaintive song about a person searching for the truth about God.
Simply Beautiful!!!!!!!!!!! Jan 4, 2004
Ok let me begin by saying, that this is by far the best album That Mark Lowry has done. The vocal arrangements are done beautifully. My Favorite Song on the album Is "I Call him Lord". Mark has a lot of passion in his voice, and is one of a kind. If you've never bought one of Mark's Solo Singing Albums, This is the one to get. Congratulations on a job well done Mark. I highly recommend this album. It is simply Awesome!!!
Sheer vocal excellence! Nov 18, 2003
From the pop feel of "But Seriously" to the country/bluegrass/Southern Gospel style of "Some Things Never Change", Mark Lowry's solo work shows he can comfortably handle just about any musical style out there. His voice has pure beauty, his singing filled with emotion and passion. Like Patsy Cline, he's a definitive singer-once he gets hold of a song, it's difficult associating it with anyone else (as is the case with his often-covered "Mary Did You Know").
Fans of Mark's humor won't be disappointed. His self declared foray into rap tells the story of David in "Too Big To Miss". "I Wanna Go To Heaven" showcases Woody Wright's clever lyricism and Mark's vocal versatility as he handles all four parts of this "quartet".
The other quartet showcase in this package is "I'll Trade the Old Cross For A Crown", featuring three-fourths of a past Gaither Vocal Band incarnation (Mark, Bill Gaither, Michael English) with Reggie Smith handling the tenor part. Mark also successfully recalls the style of the Singing Rambos, joined by Kim Lord and Amber Franks of LordSong on Dottie Rambo's "I Call Him Lord."
Though "Make It Real" is pulled from the Gaither Vocal Band "I Do Believe" album to include on this release, its message remains as powerful and could see some new life should it be viewed for crossover possibility.
"Some Things Never Change" will hopefully earn Mark some additional respect as a vocalist as well as a humorist. It's hard to imagine not taking notice of a voice like his.