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Until My Fingers Ache

by Nathan Long

Rich Mullins meets Third Day in a solo acoustic package.
Genre: Spiritual: Christian Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Psalm 46
3:32 album only
2. Blessings
3:35 album only
3. Progress
2:54 album only
4. Trees
1:30 album only
5. Until My Fingers Ache
3:32 album only
6. Minister's Song
4:43 album only


Album Notes
Does technology make us happier? Are the merciful truly blessed? How should we pray when we set out to follow God? These are some of the questions Nathan explores in his songs. Are you listening?

Mostly live recordings from spring and summer 2006, this disc was compiled to celebrate the end of a great summer and released July 28 at a concert at Lakewood Baptist in Gainesville, GA.

Following up on an experimental story album that retold the story of the prodigal son, this album takes a more accessible route, with each song standing on its own.

From Psalm 46, which reaffirms the sovereign might of God, to Minister's Song, a prayer of trust and submission, this album will be a blessing and a challenge to anyone who is determined to follow Christ.



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Denise Wilhelm

really super effort!
Somehow Nathan's music reminds me of Big Tent Revival, only acoustic. I liked all the songs so much, and I was especially touched by "Until My Fingers Ache," and I giggled at "Trees." I think I listened to it about six times in a row the first time it was in my cd player, and it has taken up permanent residence on my ipod. I'm quite impressed with both the lyrics and the music!

Michael Gundlach

This is by far the best Christian acoustic I've heard in years.
Nathan Long has created an even more impressive array of songs than were on his previous album, "The Prodigal Son And Other Stories."

All six tracks are a pleasure to listen to, and we get a special treat in "Minister's Song," which Nathan wrote years before any of the others. It's interesting to listen for how his writing style has changed since that time.

However, "Blessings" and "Progress" are in my opinion the strongest tracks on the album. They give the listener the deepest glimpse of Nathan's musical and lyrical abilities. "Progress" winds through several melodic styles, joining them beautifully despite Nathan's claim in the lyrics that he "can barely even play on this guitar." "Blessings," in which Jesus promises to bless those who suffer for him, has a driving beat and a catchy tune, but Nathan's lyrics bear even more witness to the amount of thought that he pours into every line of his songs.

I don't know what it is specifically about Nathan's music that grabs me the way it does. But that's not important, really - it's simply enough to sit back and enjoy it.