Manuel Luz | A Bridge Called Surrender

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A Bridge Called Surrender

by Manuel Luz

Musically intelligent and lyrically evocative, this CD has a piano-driven sound that hints of Bruce Hornsby and other jazz-influenced pop. A heart-led acoustic foray themed around the author's spiritual journey.
Genre: Pop: Piano
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1. Shelter
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2. If I Knew
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3. Just As I Am
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4. There In The Rain
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5. I Feel
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6. Falling
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7. I Will Thank You
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8. You're My Lord
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9. Your Precious Love
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10. A Bridge Called Surrender
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Life is a journey, with peaks and valleys, narrow roads and dusty paths, and never a clear view of what lies beyond the bend. In a very real way, this album is a collection of conversations I have had with God as He gently moved me forward on that road toward a bridge called surrender." -- Liner Notes

Despite being involved in a ton of albums, it took me a long time to get to the point where I felt comfortable with a solo effort. This is the first.

I would describe this CD as having a piano-driven, organic sound that hints of Bruce Hornsby and other jazz-influenced pop artists. Rather than a slick "studio" sound, I chose a group of studio veterans -- Kent Peterson (acoustic guitar), Alvin Henry (drums), and Matt Sawhill (basses) -- to play live to tape. The result is a studio-quality sheen, but with a more immediate, live vibe. Engineering was performed by Ralph Stover whose credits include Charlie Peacock and Brent Bougeois.

About me: I've been a musician in the Sacramento, California, area for over 20 years, with about 50 album credits and literally hundreds of concerts and appearances locally. I've been the worship pastor for a church in Folsom for over 15 years. Visit my website at www.manuelluz.com for more information.

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