"We are learning that worship is more than playing music or singing a chorus over and over....It ultimately comes down to understanding who God is, praising Him for being who He is, and giving Him the glory," says Caedmon's Call drummer Todd Braggs. It is from this heart of worship that the band's September 2001, all-worship release In the Company of Angels: A Call to Worship stems. Birthed out of the worship and community of Caedmon's Call's home church service, the album contains 12 praise and worship songs, each flavored with acoustic folk and verging on the style of contemporary hymns. For members Cliff Young, Danielle Young, Derek Webb, Jeff Miller, Josh Moore, Garrett Buell, Todd Bragg, and Aaron Tate, In the Company of Angels marks a new, collaborative songwriting effort. While past releases have featured tracks penned predominately by Tate and Webb, this project includes songs by Moore, Young's brother-in-law Aaron Senseman, and by the band's mentor Kemper Crabb. Tracks include "Before There Was Time," "God Who Saves," and a live recording of "God of Wonders," a song originally appearing on City on a Hill.
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AllMusic Review by Ashleigh Kittle