The Rock

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“Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and he shall lift you up,” the Bible counsels believers. It’s a lesson that reverberates throughout Tracy Lawrence’s first-ever album of inspirational music, which emphasizes at all turns the shared imperfections that we all strive to overcome in order to be good people—whether in the sight of our chosen deity or just in the sight of one another. The point is driven home by a production style that treats these mostly new songs not much differently than any other Tracy Lawrence album, likably emphasizing the earthiness of their heavenly intent.

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