REVIEW: The Inspirations – Pray For Me

inspirations-prayformeProducer: Jeff Collins, Martin Cook, Scott Barnett
Horizon Records


The Inspirations have a distinct sound that fans can recognize at the drop of a hat. They’ve been consistent even through personnel changes over the years to sing great quartet music and sing it well. Their latest recording, Pray For Me, is one of their finest to date.

The project features some classics such as “Daniel Prayed,” “Sweet Beulah Land,” and the title track, Dottie Rambos’s “Pray For Me.” The great thing about the Inspirations is they add their distinct, clear sound and style to each and every song whether a classic or a new song.One of the best and my personal favorites off the project features lead singer Matt Dibler. “It’s Under the Blood” reminds me of their fan favorite and hit from several years ago, “I Have Not Forgotten.” “It’s Under the Blood” is a shoutin’ song and sure to be a fan favorite and do well on radio.

“Surely I Come Quickly” features tenor singer Harold Reed and is sure to be a great concert number and hand clapper! “Onward to the Goal” is another great song that has that quartet feel and is a perfect fit for the guys. Joseph Habedank penned this great song, and it’s another one I hope does well for the guys in concert and in radio!

“God’s Already There” is a great song of encouragement and hope that lead singer Matt Dibler does a great job on! The Inspirations are a class act, traditional quartet who consistently make great music. This project once again proves why they’re a fan favorite. Go check it out!

Song List:
Onward To The Goal
Surely I Come Quickly
God’s Already There
Child Of The King
What The Shoutin’s All About
Jesus Picked A Rose
It’s Under The Blood
Sweet Beulah Land
Pray For Me
Daniel Prayed

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