People, this album is worth the money. How do I know? Well, consider “Child of the King” - a powerful Gospel song. The group delivers the lyrics powerfully and emphatically with a blissful Irish sound.
It just so happens that the album teaser on YouTube was enough to get me to PRE-ORDER; however, after listening to all 12 songs, I thought, “Now I KNOW it was worth the money!” Oh, and the title track is no disappointment to me, and it’s worth at least 2 minutes and 56 seconds of your time.
The group’s blend is well-executed, and it’s been that way through the decades, although with different members, obviously. In my opinion, these five guys and the whole production crew were able to make this album live up to its name: “Good Things Take Time.” I think that this is their best album since after “Greatly Blessed” (2010).
Adam carries the lead really well just like Michael English did in his career with the Vocal Band; Todd carries the baritone and bass in his rich, wholesome style; Wes continues to carry the tenor part with the sweet style he’s always had; Reggie carries the part that David Phelps used to have, but with unique southern grace; and Bill remains at the helm of the group and sings the bass as he’s done for almost all 38 years of the GVB’s tenure.
This epic, entertaining album helps me to gracefully keep moving forward, and it can help you to do the same!