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Some People Change

by Michael English

Some People Change by Michael English

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Some People Change

by Michael English

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Label: Curb Records
When it comes to Michael English, it's always been all about the voice. Throughout his long, winding journey, he's been a gospel artist, a CCM heartthrob and a pop star. On Some People Change he tries to do it all. Tracks like "Come to the River" are straight-up gospel songs, while "Some People Change" is a soaring ballad. Then he veers again. "I Wouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey" and English's cover of "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)" take a funky turn. After all these years, English still seems like he's trying to find where he fits -- or maybe, with that voice, he's at home anywhere.

About This Album

When it comes to Michael English, it's always been all about the voice. Throughout his long, winding journey, he's been a gospel artist, a CCM heartthrob and a pop star. On Some People Change he tries to do it all. Tracks like "Come to the River" are straight-up gospel songs, while "Some People Change" is a soaring ballad. Then he veers again. "I Wouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey" and English's cover of "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)" take a funky turn. After all these years, English still seems like he's trying to find where he fits -- or maybe, with that voice, he's at home anywhere.

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About This Album

When it comes to Michael English, it's always been all about the voice. Throughout his long, winding journey, he's been a gospel artist, a CCM heartthrob and a pop star. On Some People Change he tries to do it all. Tracks like "Come to the River" are straight-up gospel songs, while "Some People Change" is a soaring ballad. Then he veers again. "I Wouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey" and English's cover of "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)" take a funky turn. After all these years, English still seems like he's trying to find where he fits -- or maybe, with that voice, he's at home anywhere.