Christian singer/songwriter Christine Glass makes her solo debut with the 1997 release Human. The Louisiana native has a girlish, child-like voice and, despite the obvious spiritual aspects of Human, her message never becomes too heavy-handed allowing the album to be easily judged on its musical merits. The music, produced by Tommy Greer, who also plays keyboards and guitar on several tracks, is fairly standard adult alternative pop/rock in the vein of Belly or the Sundays. There is a warmth and charm to Glass, though, and Human is a highly listenable, if not extraordinary, effort. "Crazy All Around" alternates spoken word and singing against a driving guitar-laden chorus and "Stay with Me" features sprightly acoustic guitar over a drum loop. You'll find yourself humming along, even if you don't remember any of the songs once the album is over.
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