Episode #113

January 7th, 2011

We start 2011 with a look back at some of the Top Gourmet Songs of the year gone by.  Our UTR critics share the best of the best from 2010 - including Hark The Herons, Josh White, and a veteran quartet that is still making top-notch art.

Songs Played in This Episode (12)
  • Nearness Brevity
    on Nearness
    by Lovelite
  • Nothing But a Burning Light Soul of a Man
    on Nothing But a Burning Light
    by Bruce Cockburn
  • The House You're Building Restless
    on The House You're Building
    by Audrey Assad
  • Burning Like the Midnight Sun A Friend So Kind
    on Burning Like the Midnight Sun
    by The Choir
  • American VI: Ain't No Grave Ain't No Grave
    on American VI: Ain't No Grave
    by Johnny Cash
  • Yearbook - October EP Next to Me
    on Yearbook - October EP
    by Sleeping At Last
  • The Shelter Out Of My Hands
    on The Shelter
    by Jars of Clay
  • Under Skies Not Alone
    on Under Skies
    by Hark the Herons
  • An Airplane Carried Me to Bed Captains of the Sky
    on An Airplane Carried Me to Bed
    by Sky Sailing
  • Quite Contrary My Own True Love
    on Quite Contrary
    by Rhona Kelley
  • Achor He Who Feeds the Ravens
    on Achor
    by Josh White
  • Stories Change in the Making
    on Stories
    by Addison Road
Comments (2)

Hello UTR!  I am curious.  Have your critics discovered the new Christian recording artist/songwriter,
Heather Williams?  She is on INO Records (along with
Philips, Craig & Dean, The Afters, Mercy Me, and
Caedmon’s Call)  The label put out her debut project,
a self-titled EP containing her debut single “Hallelujah”
which became a Top 20 hit.  Her song is God-awesome powerful.  The song is deserving to be on your Top Gourmet Songs 2010 list.  If you haven’t already discovered Heather and/or her debut single, please check her out.  Her label is readying her next single release.  You can find her, Heather Williams Music, on Facebook.  You can also find her and the inspiration and her life experience for writing “Hallelujah” in an amazing heartfelt video on YouTube.com Thank you.


jerick 12:02 PM Fri, Jan 07, 2011

Hi John.  Yes, I’m familiar with Heather Williams.  In fact, I recorded this live performance of “Hallelujah” a few months ago, and it already has 5,000+ views!  Check it out.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFpeZOIzXPk

Otherwise, I think some of Heather’s music could fit well into the UTR vibe.  We tend to skew away from ‘hit’ radio singles.  But I’m sure there will be some fantastic non-singles on her CD.  I’ll check that out.  Thanks!

Dave Trout 12:35 PM Sat, Jan 08, 2011

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