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Unread 10-12-2015, 01:26 PM   #1
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What say ye? Was this the most pivotal year for Christian Contemporary Music's growth and popularity?

How 1995 Changed Christian Music Forever (NRT)

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What say ye? Was this the most pivotal year for Christian Contemporary Music's growth and popularity?

How 1995 Changed Christian Music Forever (NRT)
The DC Talk and Jars Of Clay albums alone are enough to support the claim. And then, to top it off, 1996 brought Newsboys' Take Me To Your Leader.
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In 1995, I was a freshman in high school. It's hard for me to analyze whether things were changed because of Jesus Freak and Jars of Clay. For me, Jars of Clay in 1995 was life. To this day that album has had the biggest impact of any piece of music I have ever listened to. I probably listen to the complete album once or twice a year nowadays, but it moves me still. So amazing and incredibly powerful. I had many nonchristian friends whose lives were changed by listening to the songs from that album.
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In 1995, I was a freshman in high school. It's hard for me to analyze whether things were changed because of Jesus Freak and Jars of Clay. For me, Jars of Clay in 1995 was life. To this day that album has had the biggest impact of any piece of music I have ever listened to. I probably listen to the complete album once or twice a year nowadays, but it moves me still. So amazing and incredibly powerful. I had many nonchristian friends whose lives were changed by listening to the songs from that album.
I was 25 and had just dropped out of Bible College. My wife and I discovered that we were going to be parents. It was an interesting time for sure.
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