Download links and information about Blink by Plumb. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Electronica, Gospel, Rock, Alternative, Kids genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 45:48 minutes.
|Genre:||Electronica, Gospel, Rock, Alternative, Kids|
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|1.||My Sweet, My Lovely||4:01|
|2.||God Will Take Care of You||4:55|
|3.||In My Arms||4:03|
|5.||Children of the Heavenly Father||5:29|
Plumb — once a band, now the moniker of its lead singer Tiffany Arbuckle — first became known for purveying an edgy sort of Christian pop/rock. Of late, new motherhood has sweetened the disposition of Arbuckle’s muse but though she sounds calmer, 2007's Blink is no less committed a work than her previous releases. As a songwriter, she still asks big spiritual questions — but now they’re about the challenges of parenthood and the mysteries of growing up. In a folk-cum-electronica setting that brings Sarah McLachlan’s Afterglow to mind, twittering keyboards ripple through tracks like “In My Arms” and “Sleep,” and acoustic guitar adds a buoyant feel to “Me.” “My Child,” “Always” and the title song are simple yet elegantly-stated expressions of deep maternal love. Arbuckle enriches the album with electronic-accented versions of the hymns “God Will Take Care of You” and “Children of the Heavenly Father.” No longer the alt-rocker of years before, she favors a softer vocal approach for these tunes. Plumb’s Blink isn’t biting – more like teething, actually — but simply a heartfelt and gracefully-rendered creation.