What sounds like an excellent representation of Don Cobb’s musical, vocal and songwriting style and production technique and, perhaps most importantly, a genuine reflection of Don’s joyful heart and hopeful encouragement – that is what Don Cobb’s new album appears to be.
With 5 more albums currently in the works, Don’s second album covers the broad spectrum that is Don’s life – Love and hope and faith and strength and an incredible love for sharing joyful musical expression, the greatest of these being Love.
All original compilations, those familiar with Don’s music will love the opportunity to take it with you in your car, in your home, in your cellphone/headphones and anywhere and everywhere you go in order to enjoy the joy and encouragement Don packs into every song!
Don’s voice – after a 2012 Stage 4 Cancer diagnosis and two surgeries, chemotherapy and radiation treatment – has fully recovered and his hopeful spirit never waned, throughout the recovery experience.
With joyful expressions of love in “Do You Believe (In That Thing Called Love?)” and “A Heart As Big As Pittsburgh” to Don’s sincere concern for Mankind in “I Cry” and “The Message”, Don pours it all out on this disc, his first solo effort.
A recovered addict (28 years) and an experienced Worship Pastor, Don also shares his faith and hope in his new single release of “You’re Mine”, as well as “I Praise Your Name” and Don’s original version of “The Lord’s Prayer”, and even clowns around a little bit with the fun, high-energy Blues rocker “Big Top Baby“ featuring guest saxophonist David Schrader (San Francisco Saxophone Quartet).
There truly is something for everyone, from Rock to Blues to Pop and then some. Check it out for yourself… Don Cobb’s new album dropped on January 25, 2020!