And professGreat anticipation after such a prophetic title, and what can be wrong about a saxophone introduction either. Also had that sixties ratio under the blanket sound, well done engineering and production team. Good Christian message and nice vocals good interesting mix of saxophone and electric guitar. Well balanced and suited vocal between male and female. Good choice of mixing levels I really like it. I think it was the saxophonist that pro egg iced that radio feel. Well done guys. Loved everything about it
Every KneeGood morning thank you for sending me this wonderful song I love the title I love the music I love everything about the song cuz we're going on right now in the world we all need a savior we all need Jesus cuz I know he seemed to come and thank you for sharing this awesome song very unique this real it's true. My favorite music is gospel music Christian rock soft rock praise and worship anything to do with uplifting and glorify our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ I'm with it. Keep on being unique keep on sharing keep on praising God with your gifts I keep on being a blessing to the world put so much is going on throughout the United States all over the world all over the country. Thank you again for sharing keep me posted send me the link to where I can download some of your music have a wonderful day and enjoy the rest of your week may God continue to bless you and everything and all that you go to do and create when I say his name God
Timely message in joyful pop rockJLT Records' production of "Every Knee Will Bow" by Jael is a timely tune. It starts with a classic tenor sax intro, and then the lead vocal comes in -- a little pitchy, but still pleasant. The lyrics really hit the nail on the head, as follows: "All we like sheep have gone astray," "We're lost like little children" and "Choose this day Whom you will serve." We live in a time when many Christians seem to have thrown over the King of Kings, to follow after a lesser leader, resulting in a great deal of confusion, and a day of reckoning coming soon. There is a nice series of hand-offs in the break, between the sax and the lead guitar, both of whom turn in rather minimalist performances. The production, the mix, and the band are all rock solid. For my taste, in the intro, the sax has too much reverb and is not quite forward enough. But that's just me. The song reminds me of "Once Upon a Time" by the Moody Blues, in its mood, chord progression, and melody, and "All My Heart Rejoice" by Steve Green. All in all, very pleasant and worthwhile listening, from a production company that keeps on churning out good quality work.
Cool sax vibeNice sax front intro like the guitar and drums and bass and feeling drums good vocal words are good some scripture for chorus is always good,back up vocals not very strong,lead vocal is good,and the words are up front,always important with songs with a message,everything fits but I would tighten up the backup vocals and make them stronger good sax lead,lead guitar is fine could be more bluesynthouh,nice break at end over all strong song.and yes He is amen keep up the message must be sung everywhere
SaxyVery nice Saxophone intro, Interesting and nice lyrics. Has kind of a European sound and a nice religious feel to the song. I like the beat and the bass and the melody line is comforting nice work.