Who We Are Instead
Download links and information about Who We Are Instead by Jars Of Clay. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Gospel, Christian Rock genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 50:59 minutes.
|Artist:||Jars Of Clay|
|Genre:||Gospel, Christian Rock|
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|7.||Show You Love||3:33|
|9.||I'm In the Way||2:33|
|10.||Jesus's Blood Never Failed Me Yet||3:39|
In some ways, Jars of Clay’s 2003 album Who We Are Instead is comparable with U2’s classic The Joshua Tree. Both albums lean towards a country-rock sound, defined by sparse arrangements and pared-down lyrics. In the Jars’ case, the moodier aspects of this approach are tempered with upbeat power-pop influences and a certain resolute innocence. “Sunny Days” and “I’m In the Way” glide on buoyant melodies as they convey a reassuring Christian message. A grittier, more unsettled note pervades “Amazing Grace” (an original, not the classic hymn) and “Jealous Kind,” songs that contrast mortal weakness with God’s unchanging love. Some of the best moments here are the most reflective and subdued, such as the starkly evocative “Faith Enough” and “My Heavenly.” Just as effective is a sparkling cover of America’s “Lonely People,” showcasing the band’s smoothly matched harmonies. Acoustic guitar, mandolin and electric piano dominate the arrangements, with programmed drums giving tracks like “Trouble Is” a techno twist, and Ashley Cleveland’s commanding gospel vocals makes their presence felt on several tracks.