Sean Forrest - Haiti (I Want to Know What You Know) - Catholic CD Review


Sean Forrest really rocks the house with his new release Haiti (I Want to Know What You Know). However, beneath the surface of the music lies a heart that is truly open to serving the Lord. Sean’s project was conceived as a fund raiser for his ministry Movin’ With The Spirit Mission Haiti ( to benefit the villages of Duverger and Dandann. MWTS is planning a four phase building project that will include a school, orphanage and clinic.

Nevertheless, the good work being done by MWTS is not the only reason you should want this CD. Sean’s songwriting and production skills are superior. His acoustic driven folk-rock style will have you singing along with nearly every track. I was particularly impressed with track #6 “Only So Many Days.” I think Sean’s version of the “Hail Mary” (track #3) comes in a close second in my book.

Sandwiched between the opening and closing songs recorded live in Haiti with local villagers, I found a humble soul who has the heart of Mother Teresa and the musical chops of John Cougar Mellencamp. For more information you can visit the MWTS website:

Reviewed by George Lower


About Author

Susan Bailey is an writer, speaker and musician. She is the author of River of Grace Creative Passages Through Difficult Times, published by Ave Maria Press, and Louisa May Alcott: Illuminated by The Message, part of the Literary Portals to Prayer series published by ACTA Publications. Along with her own blogs Be As One and Louisa May Alcott is My Passion), Susan frequently contributes to and the Association of Catholic Women Bloggers. She has also contributed to and Catholic Online. Susan writes articles and a monthly column known as Be as One for the Diocese of Worcester newspaper, The Catholic Free Press. Bailey, who works as a marketing/advertising assistant for a local real estate firm, is an associate member of the Commission for Women of the Diocese of Worcester, Massachusetts, where previously she served as chair and secretary, helping to organize the biennial “Gather Us In” women’s conference, one of the first major Catholic women’s conferences in the country. As part of her duties she wrote the monthly column for The Catholic Free Press known as “Concerning Women” and appeared on CatholicTV’s “This is the Day” to promote the conference. A professional musician and graphic artist, Bailey released four CDs, performed on EWTN, CatholicTV and World Youth Day 2002, and worked as a cantor in her parish of St. Luke the Evangelist for fifteen years. She earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education (with concentrations in US History and Music) from Bridgewater State University. She and her husband, Rich, have two grown children and live in North Grafton, Massachusetts. Susan invites you to join her email list where you will receive updates on exciting professional developments and speaking engagements. Email subscribers also receive special giveaways and previews of new projects. Susan loves a good conversation and looks forward to corresponding with you! Join here.

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