Review: “Revealed: Live in Dallas” by Myron Butler & Levi

myronbutler-revealedOver the last couple of weeks I’ve been hearing the song Revealed and various Gospel radio stations. Many people have been raving about the album Revealed: Live in Dallas by Myron Butler & Levi. So, after hearing how good the album was, I had to check it out and see (listen) for myself.

After listening the CD first hand, I must say that the many reports I was getting were accurate. Revealed is good.

The first song on the album is Revealed. It is likely that you have heard this song on the radio many times. In my opinion, Myron Butler has carved out a nice type of sound. I like to call it a Gospel groove. These are songs that have a smooth, upbeat tempo. These aren’t over the top, head banger type songs. Songs like Set Me Free and Stronger are really good songs to get your body moving a little. I would put Revealed in that class also.

This album features a couple of guest appearances. Kirk Franklin and Smokie Norful lend their talents to I Can’t Live and Run to the Cross, respectively. Both artists deliver classic performances. You won’t be disappointed by what you hear from either one of them.

In my opinion, the surprise of the album was the song Time After Time. Depending on your perspective, this song is a remake or cover of the song made popular by Cyndi Lauper. I must admit, when I listened to the beginning of the song my initial thought was, “this is going to be cheesy.” Then, I really listened to the lyrics. This song does a great job at illustrating how God is and always will be there for us.

Myron Butler has delivered once again. Revealed: Live in Dallas is a high quality album. I encourage you to buy it, because it will bless your soul. Go get your copy on Amazon.com or iTunes.

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