Rachael Lampa ‘All We Need’ Review

All We Need

‘All We Need’ by Rachael Lampa came as a massive surprise. Not knowing much about Rachael or her music we weren’t sure what to expect when we started listening to the album. As soon as the first (and title) track ‘All We Need’ started playing we could tell that this was going to be an album we’d enjoy.

‘All We Need’ definitely started off the album with the ‘WOW Factor’ with very current sounding production and a catchy chorus like anything you’d heard on commercial radio stations.

‘Remedy’ again captures the current sound of Pop music to the tee with simple but powerful piano chords, and exciting strings all resting on a firm foundation built by the solid, grooving drum groove. The lyrical content in this song is awesome as well and the way it’s written really gets the message that Jesus is the ‘Remedy’ across.

 ‘Uncharted Territory’ and ‘Elevate’ slow it down a touch, still keeping its Pop sound with groovy beats and synths but with a touch more soul and a laid back feeling and space for more dynamic singing.

‘Run To You’ and ‘Feel’ are classic Pop ballads, effortlessly delivering powerful vocals coupled with a musical arrangements that are so dynamic that the listener is automatically drawn into the songs. On these songs Rachael’s dynamics and smooth harmonies and vocal arrangements shine through like the sun on a summer’s day.

‘Human’ feat. Jonny Lang is one of those songs that will have you singing “I’m human… I’m human”… This duet see’s Jonny Lang’s husky, warm voice provide an awesome contrast to Rachael’s and the outcome is a song that although not the loudest, up-beat song could easily be a favourite.

Through listening to ‘All We Need’ there’s quality track after quality track… The writing and production on this album is immense and provides Pop music lovers with the perfect combination… Top quality music with lyrics that have substance and singable melodies. Even people who aren’t really into Pop music will find many tracks on this album they like and can relate to musically and in the various messages in the well penned songs.


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    September 29, 2011 at 11:42 am

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