The CallJoy Enriquez
Once poised to become the next big thing in the pop/R&B realm, Joy Enriquez is now following her true calling with The Call. Combining well-crafted songs and stellar vocals, Enriquez delivers a truly inspiring album.Track ListHallelujahShelterNothing But The BloodThe Call70,... Read More
Nothing But The Blood
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- Store Only: Yes
- Product type: Music
- Format: CD
- Release Date: Jan 15, 2016
- UPC: 867132000168
- Volumes/Discs: 1
- CMTA Code: Not Available
Customer ReviewsWrite your own review
- Love this CD! by Jess on 2/2/2016
I got this CD yesterday and I listened to it in my car on my way to the dentist. By the time I got home, the entire CD (14 songs) had played 4 times.
With the first song, my mood immediately improved, and I fell in love with this CD. There were several songs that were very upbeat and motivational, and several others were very relate-able. Normally on CD's there are several songs that I feel the desire to skip over, but with this one, I loved every single song on the disc.
I loved that Joy had her daughter (who I saw perform on a youtube video) singing a few lines in several of the songs, because it made me smile.
I would highly recommend this CD to anyone that wants an awesome upbeat album that the whole family can dance to.
(I received this album from Family Christian for free in return for my honest review. All opinions are my own.)
- Powerful Gospel Message with Toe-tapping Rhythm by Suzie on 2/1/2016
I popped this CD in my player on Saturday morning as I cleaned the house, and it was the perfect accompaniment to my chores. Filled with upbeat songs with a good beat, Joy Enriquez’s “The Call” combines pop and R&B melodies that had me singing right along by the third listening. The message in Joy’s songs are full of hope, strength, and fight.
With songs like “Conquer” (the title alone fills me with the sense of anticipation) and “Shelter” give listeners an important reminder that God is in control. “Hallelujah” (with guests Kirk Franklin and Lindsey Stirling) has a little bit of bluegrass feel—especially with the additional banjo and violin (or should I say fiddle) accompaniment. Add in Kirk Franklin’s gospel preaching, and you’ve got a song any southern can appreciate.
My only complaint about this album is that I felt like Joy Enriquez sounded like a little girl in a couple spots when she attacks the high notes, but that is such a small part of the entire album, it only takes away from the desire to tap your toes and sing along for a handful of seconds in the two songs I notice this.
“The Call” will definitely find itself in my music rotation again.
***Family Christian provided me with a complimentary copy of the album in exchange for an honest and fair review. All opinions expressed are my own.