Kathleen Carnali's third album "Dangerous Prayer", produced by Ian Eskelin (Stellar Kart, Krystal Meyers, Everyday Sunday), delivers a mix of Pop/Rock and Passion through lyrics and song. Her music and vocals are dynamic with a powerful nexus of mind gripping melody and a heart pumping message. It will encourage and challenge you to "choose this day whom you shall serve", run after Christ and live like never before!
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Customer Reviews for Dangerous Prayer CD
Review 1 for Dangerous Prayer CD
Date:March 17, 2009
I have all three of Kathleen's CDs and they are truly a blessing. I think more than anything else, Kathleen's heart is for ministry - not for being a "recording artist." She definitely has amazing vocal abilities, but her music is primarily focused on the person of Christ and glorifying God, which I find refreshing these days (even in the midst of the Christian music scene). I have met her in person and she is the nicest person you will ever meet, and her heart is definitely for the Lord. My favorite song is "More Popular than Christ," and though it seems this song is meant towards non-believers, I believe this song is a commentary on Christians who would "live for the world" while supposedly following God's Son. Overall, she is a blessing and her music is anointed.
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Review 2 for Dangerous Prayer CD
Date:June 3, 2008
I am a hardcore music fan and musician, and have a good track record of discovering artists/bands that end up breaking through. As an music industry insider, I was on the cutting edge of Christian bands like Switchfoot, as well as secular acts like Sheryl Crow and My Chemical Romance. I only state this to indicate that I have a good ear for potential breakthrough artists.The second I heard the song "Just Another Day" from Kathleen Carnali, I knew this artist is special and destined for great things. From my perspective, I believe Kathleen Carnali will be a household name in the Christian community before long.You must check out this album and, in particular, the songs "Just Another Day" and "More Popular Than Christ" (which seems to be a commentary on the American Idol phenomenon). You'll definitely be glad you did. The music is well-written. The production value is top-notch. And the LYRICS...oh baby! Unabashed and to-the-point.Kudos, Kathleen Carnali!