In the search for intimate but fresh worship music, it wouldn’t hurt to reach back a handful of years to 2001 when former 5 Minute Walk Records (anyone remember them?) singer/songwriter Justin McRoberts released his first worship project, Untitled EP. The stripped-down acoustic venture had only been recorded in a few days and showcased the singer’s wonderful and passionate vocals in a very personal, very vulnerable way that made worshipping in a quiet setting easy and intimate. The album title is beautifully simplistic — allowing the listener to use the songs as a tool for worship in a way becomes their own. McRoberts raised the bar with the Untitled EP… and I’d love to hear him try his hand at another release like this.
– John DiBiase
Untitled EP (2001)
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Our synopsis: “Stripped down, intimate acoustic worship for those necessary quiet times alone with God.” (Recommended by JFH’s John DiBiase)
Perfect For: Quiet Times, Worship
Song Highlights: “Learning To Need You,” “Making Noises,” “I Will Come”
So, what are your thoughts on and experiences with the album Untitled EP? Do you recommend it? If so, why?