…as worship albums go…
I get stuck on one or the other for awhile. I have been listening to this one – on and off – for over a year. Whenever I come back to it, I am impressed at how refreshing it is. I do know some of the artists and the back-story and I’m equally impressed with the really-really trained musicians and the “untrained” on this CD.
I was able to obtain the CD, which might be hard to do if you aren’t local. Today I am posting the link to the Ellensburg Album on iTunes here.
I especially recommend track 11 – “Sweetest Name I Know”. Maybe it just stands out as the final touch to an album well done.
I will be listening for more from this church. I wish them the Lord’s blessing on all future projects.
For the past few days I have been listening to this music. I thought I would share it with anyone who is interested. It is music from the Public Domain that has been redone for contemporary worship services.
We do like this.
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There’s nothing quite like a statistic to make you feel in touch with your world. And there is nothing quite like a statistic to make you feel out-of-touch with your world.
250,000,000 photos is a lot of pixels
Barack Obama’s victory tweet was the most retweeted tweet ever with over 800K retweets. (source: The Guardian) This really was predictable and did not surprise me.
But, I find this hard to believe (NOT) = 85 percent of women are annoyed by their friends on Facebook. (source: AllTwitter)
The top 5 of the top 100 hash tags on Instagram are #love, #instagood, #me, #tbt and #cute. (source: Statigram) #love is before #me? Well, that might be #instagood.
I want to linger – Girl Scout Campfire Song
Mmm-mm I want to linger
Mmm-mm a little longer
Mmm-mm a little longer here with you
Mmm-mm It’s such a perfect night
Mmm-mm it doesn’t seem quite right
Mmm-mm this is our very last night with you
Mmm-mm And come September
Mmm-mm we’ll all remember
Mmm-mm Camp Wintaka friendships true
Mmm-mm And as the years go by
Mmm-mm I’ll think of you and sigh
Mmm-mm this is good night but not good-bye