FFH – Have I Ever Told You

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Track Listings

  1. You Write The Words
  2. Fly Away
  3. We Sing Alleluia
  4. Jesus Speak To Me
  5. Astronaut
  6. Have I Ever Told You
  7. I’m Amazed
  8. Millionaire
  9. Open Up The Sky
  10. Before It Was Said
  11. On My Cross
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FFH – Have I Ever Told You

Jeromy Deibler,  Jennifer Deibler, Brian Smith,  Michael Boggs

FFH built its foundation on an aggressive tour schedule, a commitment to sweet-sounding melodies, and a constant dedication to ministry. All three elements come to play on Have I Ever Told You, the group’s third major-label release. They don’t venture far into new musical territory, but FFH know what they do best: build concise pop around well-crafted harmonies. The opener, ”Watching over Me,” and the praise-and-worship anthem ”We Sing Alleluia” capture this essence well. Producers Scott Williamson and David Hamilton don’t mess with a good thing, though they do employ more keyboards and strings here than on previous FFH releases. The upbeat and playful ”Astronaut” and the whimsical ”Millionaire” are certainly changes of pace as well. But overall it’s the tight singing arrangements and lyrics centered on one’s relationship to God that placed FFH on the national stage, and they continue admirably in that vein on this pleasing release. –Michael Lyttle

FFH built its foundation on an aggressive tour schedule, a commitment to sweet-sounding melodies, and a constant dedication to ministry. All three elements come to play on Have I Ever Told You, the group’s third major-label release. They don’t venture far into new musical territory, but FFH know what they do best: build concise pop around well-crafted harmonies. The opener, ”Watching over Me,” and the praise-and-worship anthem ”We Sing Alleluia” capture this essence well. Producers Scott Williamson and David Hamilton don’t mess with a good thing, though they do employ more keyboards and strings here than on previous FFH releases. The upbeat and playful ”Astronaut” and the whimsical ”Millionaire” are certainly changes of pace as well. But overall it’s the tight singing arrangements and lyrics centered on one’s relationship to God that placed FFH on the national stage, and they continue admirably in that vein on this pleasing release. –Michael Lyttle

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