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CD Review: Storm Seymour – Angels

STORM SEYMOUR – Angels

 

Angel Band – Our Father – Softly and Tenderly –
Spirit Of The Living God – Alleluia – Amazing Grace – Bright Morning
Stars – Down In The River To Pray – In The Garden – Were You There –
Calling My Children Home – Come Home Little Children – Jesus Loves Me –
God Bless The Children

I don’t believe I could have found a better CD to review on
Easter weekend that this particular one.  A’capella is an interesting
way to sing.  It’s without musical instruments.  Storm and Angel Seymour
do a most remarkable presentation of ‘true’ adoration and love for our
Lord Jesus Christ on this recording.  I don’t believe I’ve ever heard it
done so devotedly.  Storm and Angel are Meskwaki Indians (part of the
Fox and Sac Tribes) from the Tama area of Iowa, and the second song “Our
Father” is done in a kind of very old style Indian singing.  It is
absolutely beautiful, and if you’ve never taken the time to understand
the ‘truth’ of Jesus Christ, you will definitely be moved by this
incredibly beautiful testimony. Storm Seymour is a super-star if you
didn’t know that.  Christ certainly knows it.  BUT the music business is
exactly that, a ‘business.’  What was once determined by extraordinary
talent and beauty has today been replaced by those who have the most
money to ‘buy’ the charts.  Spiritual music, in this case ‘gospel’
music, as done by Storm & Angel is an extreme pleasure of what
‘dedication’ and ‘adoration’ is all about.  Using just their God-given
voices and musical ear, they have created one of the most sincere and
‘honest’ expressions of devotion I’ve ever heard.  Storm’s dad, Frank
Seymour was also a Christian, and Storm gives great love and
appreciation to his father by dedicating this album to him.  Had Storm
became that ‘super-star’ in the  music business, it would have taken him
away from his ‘true’ calling, the opportunity to care for orphan Indian
children.  So which would you choose?  The fame and money of
superstars, or the thanks and gratitude of Jesus Christ Himself.  To sit
at the Lord’s side is an incredible destination, and exactly where
Storm Seymour, and ALL his Christian followers will sit.  The American
Indian has continued to be ‘last’ in just about everything a democratic
republic has to offer.  However, according to our own dear Bible, they
shall be “first’ when the time comes, which seems very near, to sit at
the side of our Lord Jesus Christ.  Hardship?  Yes, all Christians are
going through a ‘hardship’ today as they witness before their very eyes
the hypocrisy of a failing nation to honor the status of Jesus Christ in
this country, on this planet, and in this universe.  May God Bless you
in all that you do Storm Seymour, and continue to remind you that your
chair (and your Christian follower’s chairs) beside the Lord Jesus
Christ has already been reserved. I need to also remind the listener
that the last four songs are done by Storm’s singing partner, known
simply as ‘Angel.’

www.music-savers.com – Record Review by Bob Everhart, President, National Traditional Country Music Association, for Country Music News International Magazine & Radio Show

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