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Smell the Color 9

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Questions for Heaven
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Smell the Color 9
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Belong
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The Face of Christ
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Home Tonight
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Magic Wand
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Sailing with Russell
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My Prayer
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Somebody's Watchin'
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Life Means So Much
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 36:43

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Deeper meanings

trxseanf

In life means so much. We find that life has a deeper meaning.

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Sailing with Chris Rice...

Clereece

is a deep simplicity that guides me to keep thanking my Saviour!

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You can just taste it...

robntru

You really can't lose with a Chris Rice album. Simple, tight storytelling combined with bare passion to grow and share makes for a rich collection of songs of encouragement, seeking and compassion. I'm reminded of James Taylor when I listen, and in the heart of each song you'll hear a place that you've probably been. My favorites from this album? It's not a fair question, but the title track, along with The Face of Christ are pretty remarkable. Still, Magic Wand, Sailing with Russel, and Home Tonight really capture something.... Give it a try--I can't get enough.

They Say All Music Guide

Just the title of Chris Rice’s 2000 Rocketown Records release — Smell the Color 9 — is enough to draw curiosity on the part of listeners. After all, what exactly is the singer/songwriter alluding to with such a title? In essence, he is addressing the intangibleness of God. The project combines CCM with touches of folk stylings. Rice’s reflective lyrics, which often ask more questions than they provide answers, are reminiscent of work by Rich Mullins or Nichole Nordeman. Songs include the musically circus-themed “Questions for Heaven” and the ’70s-flavored “Magic Wand.” – Ashleigh Kittle