The Waiting Place
by Calee Reed
"…It takes a lot for me to be really moved by a new artist. I prefer singer-songwriters who have a unique voice or style and who has something important to say. Occasionally, an artist comes along that I fall in love with and I can’t help but spread the word. Enter Calee Reed." —Julie De Azevedo
The Waiting Place features songs that are surprisingly upbeat, considering Calee wrote them during one of her most difficult challenges of life: coping with her mother’s recent diagnosis of cancer.
Full of praise and rejoicing, this album showcases track after track of toe-tapping original music fit for worship on any day of the week.
- Give My Heart Your Peace
- Better Than a Hallelujah
- Called to Serve
- Time for Love
- Trust in God
- The Waiting Place
- Where Can I Turn for Peace?/Be Still, My Soul
- She Put the Music in Me
- Come, Thou Fount/I Am a Child of God
By Stacey, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I love this album. I listen to it while i'm getting ready for church on Sunday and these songs have brought me comfort, and peace. I love it.
By Amber, Submitted on 2015-02-25
For those who need to be uplifted while grieving for any reason. This CD has songs to cry to and then be comforted from.
Also some upbeat songs to let some sunshine in your soul!
By Suzanne, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I find myself singing Calee's words in the car, in the shower, in the kitchen, I love it! Her lyrics are fresh and feel so deep, she is great and I truly love every song on this CD (and even catch my husband listening to it)
By Nancy, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I found this album quite refreshing. Calee's voice, song writing, and the way the album was produced has that fresh, modern, sound getting slightly outside the box of the traditional sound of your mother's LDS inspirational album that some of us are craving, while staying true to a solid faith based message. Nice job Calee and Shadow Mountain Records!
By Jill, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I love this cd! It has a great mix of typical, slower Sunday music and upbeat songs as well. I especially love the song "She put the music in me" dedicated to her mother who passed. I recommend this to everyone.