Essentials 2003-2011

An Album By

Pastor Brad

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A “best of” collection from 11 albums, Essentials 2003-2011 has enough licks and leads to satisfy many a rock guitar fan, particularly those who revere the art of shredding. Pastor Brad’s release is lavishly filled with hardrockin’ songs of praise and instrumentals. Pastor Brad is a talented songwriter with amazing ability on the axe, as the contents of his discography reveal, yet in an age of attention-deficit, 40 tracks is a bit excessive.



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