Reviewed by Kevan Breitinger @ about.com
Boldness and strength, two qualities that I adore in a Christian artist, are especially delightful in a woman. Pamela Clark has these qualities in spades, and "Ethos 7, her fourth album, rocks its way through bold truths with competence and joy. There's a nice variety to the songs, with a touch of swing sax here and there, some edgy hip-hop flavas scattered throughout, and the shoobie vocals of "Little More." She's not afraid to confront; the challenges of "Anymore" are boldly in your face. Not everyone will be comfortable with this song, but I don't know that that's necessarily negative. I have a feeling Clark would be happy to see some squirming in her audience.
Her mission field is her home of Panama and funds raised by CD sales will go to fulfill that work. Knowing this helped me enjoy my favorite track, the bonus untitled closer, even more. Passionate and intense, some of it in Spanish. But some things transcend language limitations, don't they? Pamela Clark is someone you don't want to miss.
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