The Reckoning is the fourth album from Christian rock group Pillar. It was released on October 3, 2006. Included on the new release are displays of the softer side of Pillar (with songs like "Angel In Disguise" and "Wherever the Wind Blows"), the pop side ("Sometimes") and the much heavier/screaming side ("Crossfire" and "Tragedy"). The album debuted at No. 70 on the Billboard 200.
The Reckoning (Needtobreathe album). The Reckoning is the fourth studio album from American rock band Needtobreathe, released on September 20, 2011, through Atlantic Records. It is the last album featuring drummer Joe Stillwell. It debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Christian Album chart, No. 1 on the Billboard Rock Albums chart, No. 4 on the Billboard Digital Albums chart and No. 6 on the Billboard 200 chart, selling 49,000 copies in its first week
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Artists Ethan Johns The Reckoning. The Reckoning Ethan Johns. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Reckoning. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing).
Acoustic Guitar – Ethan Johns. Electric Guitar – Ryan Adams. Electric Guitar – Ethan Johns. Harmonium – Ryan Adams. The Reckoning (CD, Album).
Released: May 30, 2014. 2014 Three Crows Records.
By: Ethan Johns (2014, Folk, World, & Country). More albums from Ethan Johns: If Not Now Then When? by Ethan Johns. Silver Liner by Ethan Johns. View all albums . The Reckoning. By: Ethan Johns (2014, Folk, World, & Country). 4. Among the Sugar Pines. 5. The Roses and the Dead. 6. Talking Talking Blues. 7. The Lo Down Ballad of James Younger.
Ethan Johns - 'The Reckoning'. Produced by Ryan Adams, who Johns himself has produced (as well as Kings Of Leon, Laura Marling, Macca and Tom Jones), ‘The Reckoning’ is a mix of English folk (‘Go Slow’), dusty American ballads (‘Among The Sugar Pines’), blues (‘Talking.
His sophomore album, The Reckoning is a loose concept album about a man tracking his brother through frontier America. That storyline is there if you want it, but its incidental to appreciating the album. What will seize your attention here is Johns’ atmospheric sense of songwriting. Dry Morning is all Nick Drake, a comparison Adams seems to knowingly cater with the addition of some subtle cello. Still, eight out of ten ain’t bad. Johns recorded his parts for The Reckoning in a matter of two days, and it’s no wonder: when the mind of a deft producer proves an equally talented creator, there’s few pieces out of place. Then again, producing a producer as seasoned as Johns would be enough to give anyone pause. Nonetheless, the resulting album is an accurate representative of Johns’ native sound: real, raw, and acutely felt.
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