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QUOTE (CelticRose @ Apr 1 2004, 01:07 PM)
Roisin! I am very familiar with Delirious too!  I really like them a lot. I also love Jars of Clay.

Love your new avatar, Roisin.  thumbs_up.gif  I went back to my pre-raphaelite painting as I missed her since she is one of my very favorite PR paintings.

Thanks Rose! I forgot I had this avatar in the files on my computer.

I also love Jars of Clay's music. I want to get their latest CD. Do you have it yet?
Did you have a chance to go to Jason Morant's web site and check out his sound. His music streams in while your on his home page. Check him out and tell me what you think? Go to www.jasonmorant.com and listen. walkman.gif


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OMG! Roisin! I went to listen to Jason Morant on his website and LOVED his music! I must get it! I love music with a beat and he definitely has it. Plus he is a good singer and a cutie! biggrin.gif Thanks for introducing me to him!


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Am I stuck in a rut? Or am I just getting old? I still listen to mid to late 70's Phil Keaggy for my Christian Rock and Roll. Have not found any of the current Christian "POP" music to be that good (IMHO). I'm tempted to go dig out one of my old Larry Norman cassettes!

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PS: I did find, about 3-4 years ago, this great CD called "Revival in Belfast" which has a sort of Celtic Rock/Traditional Celtic sound I really like.


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I could go on and on, but let mention one of my favorite groups..."Delirious?" from the UK. Their new album is wonderful entitled "World Service". Their single "Inside Outside" is climbing the mainstream charts in Germany, and you can view the video on their Web Site. But the song I want you to hear is "Majesty (Here I Am)". It is so beautiful!! Go to their Web Site--www.delirious.co.uk/ You can down load two songs: "Rain Down" which is really wonderful, and "Majesty (Here I Am)". Tell me what you think.


I just saw Delirious in concert this past year! It was amazing... They sang Rain Down and I fell in love with it. I got their demo (with those two songs) and I love them both! Good taste

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I love Revival in Belfast too. Celtic music and worship seems to go hand in hand. Have you checked out the new one by Robin Mark? I think it's called Come heal this Land. It's also very good (Although i don't know if anything can beat Be Unto your name... It's so beautiful!) smile.gif


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QUOTE (MacEoghainn @ Apr 1 2004, 06:47 PM)
Am I stuck in a rut? Or am I just getting old? I still listen to mid to late 70's Phil Keaggy for my Christian Rock and Roll. Have not found any of the current Christian "POP" music to be that good (IMHO). I'm tempted to go dig out one of my old Larry Norman cassettes!

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PS: I did find, about 3-4 years ago, this great CD called "Revival in Belfast" which has a sort of Celtic Rock/Traditional Celtic sound I really like.

Oh Mac! I have that "Revival in Belfast" CD ! It is so wonderful, don't you think?

I love Phil Keagy and all, but there are so many other new artists out there that you need to learn about. I am a big Second Chapter of Acts fan and was so disappointed when they split. I saw them in concert once and they were wonderful!
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Hey, all this new music to check out - thanks for the recommendations ya'll!

If I can tear myself away from the new Switchfoot 'Live' dvd I just got, I'll go check them all out... man, this band is GOOD. Anybody who sounds as good live as they do on a cd gets my vote. Absolutely awesome!

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QUOTE (kelaorqu @ Apr 1 2004, 08:11 PM)
I love Revival in Belfast too. Celtic music and worship seems to go hand in hand. Have you checked out the new one by Robin Mark? I think it's called Come heal this Land. It's also very good (Although i don't know if anything can beat Be Unto your name... It's so beautiful!) smile.gif

What?????????????!He has a new CD? I just love Revival in Belfast. Such a great CD. I must check out his other CDs as well. Many thanks Kelaorqu. thumbs_up.gif
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I like DC talk one of the best musical performances that I have ever seen (Christian or not and I have been to a lot of shows), Audio Adrenalin, Jars of Clay, skillet, Julie Miller, Brian Duncan, Keith Green, Crystal Lewis, Larry Norman (I know the guy who plays lead guitar in his band).

I also like Randy Stonehill alot (I had the pleasure of meeting him and his family while on vacation a few years back and becoming friends), he is an excellant performer and a guitar player on the same level as Phil Keagy in my book, plus a kind and humble human being.

We are playing a show at the University of Indianapolis in July that is supposed to have Ceili Rain on the bill so I am looking forward to that and hope that it actually happens.

I used to run in those circles more but it has been a few years so I am a little out of touch with current events in Christian music.

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This looks like a great forum! I've always appreciated religious hymns and choirs. I actually learned to play keyboard through taking lessons on a pipe organ when I was much younger.

We listen to alot of music from a group called Family Worship. I believe they are based in the UK so they got that english choir sound. You can download all of their music from mp3.com.


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QUOTE (Raven @ Apr 14 2004, 02:52 PM)
I like DC talk one of the best musical performances that I have ever seen (Christian or not and I have been to a lot of shows...

Oh I agree with that assessment, 110%! We saw them live at the Fox Theater in Atlanta several years ago, on the Supernatural tour, and (only by the grace of God) got third row seats even though I did not order tickets as soon as they were available. This was our daughter's first real live concert and needless to say the band made quite an impression on us all!! We stood in our seats most of the show and never counted out loud with such enthusiasm before or since (Colored People, So Long My Friend)... what an evening.
Kevin Max was right in front of us, but all the guys moved around a lot so we got good looks at everybody. I know the guys are doing solo projects, and we've had the opportunity to see Toby as Toby Mac on tour and Michael Tait with his band 'Tait' last fall. But I still like them as a unit, as a band where their different styles compliment each other and they make such fine music.


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How about Punk/Alternative rock! walkman.gif
I love The Benjamin Gate, Switchfoot, and Relient K.

I also enjoy artists like Steven Curtis Chapman, FFH, and Third Day.

Celtic Christian music is good too... I used to be part of a dance ministry when I was in highschool. We used alot of celtic music for our dances. One of my favorite songs is "Lord of the Dance" - the one that goes "Dance, then, wherever you may be/ I am the Lord of the Dance said He/ and I'll lead you all/ wherever you may be/ and I'll lead you all in the Dance/ said he".

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Crowned1 I have heard of Switchfoot, but not the other bands. I must look into them all. I love alternative music.

I don't care for Steven Curtis Chapman music though..........sorry. Like some Third Day though.

I LOVE the song, Lord of the Dance. Have the Lord of the Dance Celtic CD.
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QUOTE (Siobhan Blues @ Apr 15 2004, 11:57 AM)
We stood in our seats most of the show and never counted out loud with such enthusiasm before or since (Colored People, So Long My Friend)... what an evening.

Colored people Rocks!!! I especially like it as I am color blind and I have always looked at people without regard to their color. It's kind of wierd but I feel like it is a tremendous gift.

Another band that I really like (no longer together) Dakota Motor Company. There is a Celtic Punk Band that is pretty hip from JEPUSA the Ballydouse. We played a gig with them and Glen Kaiser about 6 years ago in Menomonie,WI.

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Celtic Punk band eh??? What are they called? That sounds like something that I would really like! lol
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Mike, I am color blind when it comes to people too. I have friends from all races, cultures, etc. I just love it cause I get to learn all about them and what makes us different in "other" people's eyes. If I had to do it all over again, I would have studied social psycology in college. I studied some anthroplogy, but sure would have loved to have studied social psychology, but back then I was such a dope. Being on the internet makes it really fun for me cause I get to meet people from all backgrounds and races and I learn so much and have great fun sharing our likes and differences. Maybe if we learned more about each other, there would be less wars......................she says positively. cool.gif
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