Indie Spotlight Review – Luke Parker – Home

Released Feb 21 2011

Reviewed By Lonnie Pando

Luke Parker’s album “Home” is a wonderful compilation of an intimate conversation with God and the soundtrack that goes along with it. You get a glimpse into Luke’s heart as he serenades the Lord with each song. It has a mellow, Simon & Garfunkel feel with a pinch of Enya from time to time.
His single “Sweet Surrender” is a fantastic prayer, and I can easily see it used in churches for their times of worship. Its simple guitar gives Luke’s heart a chance to converse with His Father yet the music is free flowing and not forced to the lyrics. I love how he has explored his talent as a conduit to praising the Father. If you get a chance pick up a copy of Luke Parker’s “Home”, grab a cup of coffee, curl up on the couch and enjoy!

Band Camp



One response to “Indie Spotlight Review – Luke Parker – Home

  1. Redeemer's Bride July 14, 2011 at 12:24 pm

    Wow! From what we just heard via iTunes, this is beautiful! Luke really captures the heart of God through simple and heartfelt worship. We enjoy listening to acoustic worship music while we’re working in the evening, and we’ll be picking this album up in the near future!

    Andy and Miranda – Redeemer’s Bride

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