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Sons of Adam

by Sinnersaved

Christian Rock with a Classic Rock sound.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Rock of My Salvation
3:59 $0.99
2. Crystal Ship
5:21 $0.99
3. I Believe
5:02 $0.99
4. Medication: Jesus
6:00 $0.99
5. Wisdom, She Walks
5:03 $0.99
6. Wings of Eagles
4:49 $0.99
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Album Notes
Album Notes from Bob Kraus, singer, songwriter and band-leader of SinnerSaved:
SinnerSaved is proud to release a selection of songs in our second album "Sons of Adam." Six songs that span the rock genre proclaiming our Lord Jesus as King.
The album was recorded in three different studios over the course of three years. After moving from San Diego, CA, thereby leaving the members that recorded the first album "SinnerSaved - ONE," I settled in Rolla, Missouri where I assembled a group of young men to form this version of SinnerSaved. I met Gabriel Morton when he auditioned for the band at the age of thirteen. David Bergman and Cody Wood were already lifetime friends who played together for years. With these three guys, I began forging what was to become the number 1 Christian Rock band in the Rolla (Central Missouri) area.
"Sons of Adam" refers to Cain and Abel, and the rest of humanity. The title captures our vulnerability as humans born into sin and need for our Savior. struggling with sin and saved by Grace.
"Medication: Jesus" was the first song recorded in Rolla at The Barn studio with Brad Hayes as our engineer. This song springs from an earlier time in San Diego when SinnerSaved played Saturday nights at for Set Free El Cajon ministries. One of the Set Free yells was "Medication: Jesus!!! Oo-AH" Though the song doesn't hold the same Oo-AH energy, it does relate to the Spiritual Medicine that Jesus prescribes to us. Churches are hospitals and Jesus is the Great Healer.
The next two songs were recorded in Springfield, MO at Hope Studios with Grammy-nominated producer Matt Richards.
"Rock of My Salvation" is a vintage rocker that channels the rhythm and riffs of early 60's style banging rock. I remember showing Gabriel the style of piano I wanted on the piece. He was suspicious about the hammering style, but I knew what wanted. It took at least a month of convincing to get him to come around to it.
"I Believe" is more of a rhythmic progressive song. Like most of the songs on this album, it just tells it like it is.
"Some believe that miracles are few and far between.
I believe they're everywhere for those with eyes to see."
The words were written in about a week, but the chords, rhythm and melody took ten versions before it got to the style it is in now. I recently listened to one of the earlier versions and I still like it. Maybe one of these days it will come out as a Lights Out Jazz tune.
With three songs under our belt, we took the summer of 2014 to go do our "Whirled Tour" playing mostly ACS Relay For Life events in the counties around us. Then, about a year ago I met our next engineer, John Pratt who is in another band with me. His studio is in Rolla, so it was very convenient to record the second half of the album.
"Crystal Ship"" is the oldest song I have recorded so far. The majority of the words were written back in the 80's. It talks of the mistakes you make in life when deluded by sex, drugs and rock and roll. It ponders the God-shaped hole in your heart and implores the Lord to send His rain.
"Wisdom, She Walks" is quirky child in this album. When writing this I had the sonic image of punk samba, if a thing like that ever existed. It speaks of Wisdom being a woman who walks the gates of the city crying out for people to hear her words. Much of this is pulled from the book of Proverbs.
"Wings of Eagles" started out as a song snippet from many years back. I recall working through "from our knees, to the sky" many times to invoke inspiration. One day it came. Another example of "get real" preaching; I spend a lot of deliberation as to whether I should include the word cancer in this song. Once I sang it at a Relay For Life, I knew this was the right move. Unanswered prayers, confusion, all the things we go through in life. What we hold on to, and the hope found in Jesus gives perspective that this life is temporary, and there are vast riches ahead for those who are saved.
If you've made to this part of the text, I congratulate you, and thank you for your time and attention. I sincerely hope that you buy my music and derive from it the effort we put in to make this the best ever. Praise God from whom all blessings flow.
Bob Kraus



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