REVIEW: Tim Menzies – His Name Is Jesus

Producer: Ben Isaacs
Record Label: New Day Records

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On this, his second gospel album, Tim Menzies teams up with some big names in gospel music the Isaacs, Gaither Vocal Band, Karan Peck along with Vince Gill and Rhonda Vincent to put together a good mix of original songs and classic favorites all on a project that country fans will enjoy.

My top picks from this 14-track album are His Name Is Jesus featuring Mike Rogers and Ben Isaacs, Don’t Wait, featuring Brenda Anderson and Ben Isaacs and Little Is Much. His Name Is Jesus, is a touching song about heartbreak and sorrow and the One that can mend that broken heart and set us free. Don’t Wait reminds us not to put off making that decision for Christ, we don’t know how much time we have or when that time will run out. Little Is Much as long as we do it for Christ. Our smallest effort can return huge results as long as we do it in His name and not for ourselves.

Tim’s country roots and style shine through on each cut of this album, especially on the quartet standard, Walking In Jerusalem and Bill and Gloria Gaither’s, There’s Something About That Name. That old school country flavor really adds something special to the classic, Little Is Much. If you’re a fan of that 70’s style, country music, you’ll enjoy this newest album by Tim Menzies.

Track Listing:

His Name Is Jesus
That Little Crowded Room
Don’t Wait
There’s Something About That Name/Nothing But the Blood
Thirty Year Suicide
Hanging Out With Old Folks
He Didn’t Come That Night
Six Feet
I Know That Was You
I Hope You See Jesus
Thank God For Cowboys
Kentucky Coal
Walking In Jerusalem
Little Is Much


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Jeff Lowe

Jeff Lowe, from Massillon, Ohio, I love southern gospel music and have been involved in it in one way or another for 40+ years. I first started singing bass in The Soulseeker's as a young teen. I started the Master's Quartet in 1996. In 2009, I started Mercy River Quartet and ten years later we are still serving and praising the Lord. I love serving with Mercy River. He has blessed us greatly and we count it a privilege to be able to serve Him and present the gospel in song. I'm excited to back with and am looking forward to being here for a very long time!
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