Russ Taff ‘Believe’ Album Review
4.0 Overall Score


(Sweetwater Studios/Fuel Music)

For Fans Of:

Michael English, Ashley Cleveland

We Like:

“No Longer Slaves”

Russ Taff ‘Believe’ Album Review

Russ Taff
(Sweetwater Studios/Fuel Music)

Coming hot on the heels of the documentary about his life and struggles with addiction and childhood trauma, legendary vocalist Russ Taff releases Believe, an album that showcases the artist’s passion and heart for his savior with twelve songs of bold worship. Drawing from the artist’s extensive discography, hymns, and the world of modern worship, the project delivers far more than one might expect from a worship covers project.

Much of that success is due to Taff’s signature vocals, sounding perhaps better than ever on tracks like “Your Love Never Fails” and “Same Power,” while his take on favorite “No Longer Slaves” rings as a powerful declaration of freedom. Longtime friend Amy Grant guests on the heartfelt “Don’t Try So Hard,” and David Crowder is ideally suited for his appearance on “I Am.” Elsewhere, Taff’s classic track “I Still Believe” shows that it can still deliver years after its original release.

With a voice infused with passion and experience, Russ Taff’s Believe delivers a listening experience that’ll have you reaching for “repeat” again and again.

–Andrew Greenhalgh

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About The Author

Andrew Greenhalgh is a guy who loves music in all shapes and forms and who has a special place in his heart for CCM. He's channelled that love of music into a journeyman writing career, having work published with outlets like StereoSubversion, The Sound Opinion, CCM Magazine, and Relevant. When he's not searching out the latest and greatest song to hit the airwaves, he can be found on the sands of southwest Florida playing beach volleyball or throwing another slab of ribs on the smoker.

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