The First Review of ‘Faroe Islands’ Is In…

Please forgive this uncharacteristic self-tooting of our own horn, but this project has been SUCH a long time coming– and we are so very excited that it is finally here!

Prestigious publication CHRISTIANITY TODAY scored the first review of ‘Faroe Islands’ and rated it 4 out of 5 stars. Here’s a sample from their website:



Style: Southern soul; compare to Mike Farris, Jason Crabb, Michael English

Top tracks: “Heaven,” “God’s Love,” “Help Me”

Christian music’s most unique voice continues his legendary thirty-year recording legacy with a project inspired by friends from and recorded in the Faroe Islands. An amalgamation of his career’s genre-bending diversity, the bluesy singer covers southern rock (“Rock Bound”), pop (“Love Is a Cross”), alt-country (“Here Comes Jesus”), gospel (“Heaven”), and inspirational tearjerkers (“Help Me”) compellingly, while alternating original co-writes with his Faroe friends with high-profile covers of Larry Gatlin and Bob Dylan. Horn hits, ultimate background vocal soul, and funky tight band arrangements complete the stellar set. And though the album’s influences are varied, Taff’s scruffy vocal soul is constant.         Copyright © 2011 Christianity Today


One thought on “The First Review of ‘Faroe Islands’ Is In…”

  1. Having listened to and purchased every recording of Mr. Taff, I conclude that Faroe Islands is his best album to date. For me, that says a lot, because heretofore, my favorites have been his self-titled release and The Way Home, both now 20-plus years ago. Faroe Islands tops them all. Well done!

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