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When you listen to a Lincoln Brewster record, the riveting guitar will become a centerpiece. You don’t play on rock icon Steve Perry’s tour without knowing how to handle the instrument. Brewster left the mainstream music scene a while ago, and now offers his 11th album, “Perfect Love.” “I hope this batch of songs encourages people and makes them feel motivated to live their best life and let God love them," he said in a release. "I hope it encourages people to let go of the myth of control and surrender to what God’s got for them, to function off of his strength and try to have a positive impact in this world in some way, shape, or form.” Yes, the recording displays Brewster’s guitar talents but it is so much more. Listeners will hear keys, other strings and a choir. The music percolates with pop and rock sounds, and a ballad is thrown in, too: “If Not for Christ.” “We All Need Jesus,” tackles division and says in part: “The cure for all the chaos; It’s in the hands that made us.”  Brewster’s effort scores high lyrically and musically. (Integrity Music)

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