Still Need Some Christmas Gifts? I’m only rarely very “commercial” with this blog, but . . .
These albums are available, and I can ship orders quickly!
$15 each, plus shipping & handling (and tax, if applicable).
For fastest service, just email me at email@example.com, or call me at(806) 946-8887.
Or order on the website at http://www.CurtisShelburne.com! Sample songs are available there, plus lots more info! (“Mary Sweet Mary,” a beautiful song, is available there for free download.)
For Sentimental Reasons (the brand new album–sweet classics such as “Unforgettable”)
One Christmas Night (some of the sweetest songs of the season)
A Place of Grace (beautiful songs that express our deepest hope)
Merry Christmas to you! May His deepest joy be yours!
This sweet “endorsement” just in from my friend, Houston attorney, theologian, author, and speaker Edward Fudge. I really appreciate it!
COLE, SINATRA, AND SHELBURNE — Picture your most comfy chair, your favorite beverage, and a private concert of standards like “Moonglow,” “The Very Thought of You,” and “The Way You Look Tonight.” This musical treat awaits you on the latest CD from singer and gracEmail subscriber Curtis Shelburne titled “For Sentimental Reasons.” On it, Shelburne faithfully delivers a dozen such classics, wrapped in pure, mellow tones reminiscent of Nat King Cole with a touch of Sinatra-style light jazz. And that is no exaggeration.
When the time came to produce the CD, Shelburne left his hometown of Muleshoe, Texas (take that, any haughty sophisticats who might be listening in–or any lurking city snobs), travelling eastward to Nashville, Tennessee, that magical dreamworld of all things musical. There the singer surveyed his options of studios and entrusted to his choice the full circle of tasks required for recording, mixing and producing the dozen favorites Shelburne had chosen for this CD.
An added benefit of being in Nashville was the availability of expert, experienced musicians and engineers, whose credits in many cases already included Grammy award-winning albums. It was only appropriate to bring such complementary talent onto the team–in terms of both substance and symbol. Shelburne’s own talent deserves as much, as the finished sound on this CD amply demonstrates.
In short, “For Sentimental Reasons” by Curtis Shelburne makes a wonderful stocking-stuffer or a featured gift for any occasion. You simply must go to http://www.curtisshelburne.com and enjoy a sample track. While there, don’t miss the bio, photos, details about scheduling a live concert, and information about ordering. As for Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole, they might always outdistance Curtis Shelburne in sales and other revenues, but that is quite okay. They did not get to read gracEmail, edit a monthly magazine called The Christian Appeal, or list Muleshoe, Texas as their return address.