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Roisin-Teagan 
Posted: 24-Apr-2004, 04:49 AM
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HEY! I LIKE Shout to the Lord! When I got saved two and a half years ago, that was one of the first Christian songs that I heard (other than the hymns you hear in church), and it is what pulled me into Praise and Worship music, and from there into Contemporary Christian!


"Shout to the Lord" is one of my favorites to sing in church. Our church Worship Ministry is learning three new songs from Delirious's new CD "World Service" to be sung in our Sunday Praise and Worship service..."Inside Outside," "Majesty," and "Raindown." I have to admit we will be rockn' for Jesus. Heck, we jam every Sunday already. I love to worship the Lord, and like S.B. I also dance and worship at home...I think my kids think I'm alittle strange---Hopefully in a good way. tongue.gif wink.gif

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I, too, love Shout to the Lord! That is a really great song! I have the Songs for Worship Cd and just love it.

I also love the song, Shout to the North, on the Revival in Belfast CD! Just love it! thumbs_up.gif


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Posted: 24-Apr-2004, 08:26 PM
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I lkie that CD too! I think my favorite song is Days of Elijah. If you get the second CD, Come Heal This Land, I like What the Lord Has Done In Me. Beautiful song! I sing it sometimes at our prayer meetings!


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So many styles of music can all glorify God! A good friend of mine and I tease each other because we both are Christians but do like different kinds of music: she favors gospel and pop, while I love rock and roll and the occasional dose of industrial or techno. But we both know that good messages are at the core of it all.
Now my dad is another story; he doesn't really think any kind of music other than gospel or traditional church hymns is acceptable. But I've told him how dcTalk, Justifide, Seventh Day Slumber and Skillet give such powerful testimonies during their concerts even tho they rock the socks off the audience, and their songs talk about seeking & finding God instead of negative things...

I thank God that my eyes have been opened about music because otherwise I would have missed both a personal blessing and the chance to enjoy some 'unique' concert experiences with my kids and their friends!

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Posted: 26-Apr-2004, 05:05 PM
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QUOTE (CelticRose @ Apr 24 2004, 06:31 AM)
I also love the song, Shout to the North, on the Revival in Belfast CD! Just love it!  thumbs_up.gif

My favorite song is "When It's All Said And Done".

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You know, come to think of it I don't think that there are any songs on that CD that I DON'T like! smile.gif And the second one is very nearly as good as the first!
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Hallo a h-uile duine!
Hello everybody!

I got this in my e-mail today:

CD of psalms aims to take pop charts by Gael force
http://scotlandonsunday.scotsman.com/scotl...fm?id=463482004
BEN MCCONVILLE. Scotland on Sunday. 25th April, 2004.

JUST as Gregorian chants took the charts by storm in the 1990s, the
producer
of a new CD of Gaelic psalm singing is hoping to touch the public's
heart.

The music of more than 500 Gaelic speakers at Back Free Church on the
Isle
of Lewis was recorded last October and is being released this week by
Runrig
's label, Ridge Records.

The CD, Salm, the Gaelic for psalm - pronounced "salam" - will also
be a
boost for the battle to preserve the language and culture as it
catches a
wave of resurgent interest.

Calum Martin, an elder at Back, organised the event, which was
recorded by
one of Scotland's leading sound engineers, Calum Malcolm, who has
worked
with Capercaillie.

Martin said: "I knew there were a lot of good precentors in the
Hebrides and
I wanted the opportunity to record them.

"When I heard the quality of the CD I realised that it was good
enough to
tap into that market that was captured by the Gregorian chants CD
some years
ago.

"Although it's a totally different form of worship, similar elements
are
there. It's very moving and spiritual music with a universal appeal.
I think
it will do well."

He added: "This is a form of worship that is unfortunately dying out
and I
wanted to capture it for future generations. There have been
recordings made
by the BBC in the past, but this stands out because of the number of
people
involved and the excellent quality.

"It is hoped that as a result of our efforts, Gaelic psalm singing
will now
be given a real platform on the world ethnomusicologist stage and
beyond."

'Precenting the line', the form of praise featured on the CD, was
practised
all over Britain following the Reformation. Today metrical psalms,
sung
slowly, ornamentally and with precenting, are used only in Gaelic
services
in Presbyterian churches, and only in the Western Isles on a regular
basis.

Morag MacLeod, a musicologist from Edinburgh University,
said: "Lowland
Scots took well to ballad metre, which was familiar to them in folk
song,
and 'reading the line' became so much a part of the church's praise
that it
came to be regarded as a venerable Scottish custom.

"Later church music reformers campaigned to abolish it, and it
gradually
became extinct, except in Gaelic-speaking areas."
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Hello all,

I just wanted to give an update to an earlier post I made about the band Jason Morant---His new CD is coming out early June 2004 and he has a new Web Site (very cool) where you can listen to his whole new album entitled "Abandon" to get a preview. He just signed last year with Vertical Records in Nashville, so this is his first nationwide release. I hope you enjoy it. Go to www.jasonmorant.com

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Neat site Roisin, thanks!
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QUOTE (Annabelle @ May 1 2004, 08:00 PM)
Neat site Roisin, thanks!
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Your very welcome...A.
Jason Morant CD is wonderful, better than I thought it was going to be. Believe it or not he is 10x better live. Two of my new favorites on his CD "Abandon" are the songs "Fashion" and "Sing Over Me" which are new to me. Most of the other tracks I've heard at his concerts, which are all wonderful.

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Yesterday I finally got to listen to the new Delirious album 'Touch' and I really REALLY liked it alot... goodness me but that guitarist is outSTANDing and I do like those vocals too!! I like the rock sound of this album, not hard rock but powerful nonetheless; its got a shimmery sound sometimes that is amazing, lots of atmosphere & strength...

There is a second disc too that has live tracks of 'Deeper' (my all-time favorite song of theirs so far) and 'I Could Sing of Your Love Forever' - this recording of that last song is wonderful, its arranged differently so it sounds brand new.

Oh poo, I can't stand it - I'm going to run out to the truck and get it out of the cd player and listen to it some more!!

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Blue - is that their new one that has the song Rain Down on it? My daughter loves that song! (Dad likes it too, but don't tell her! wink.gif )
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Hey Blue and W.Fowls, Delirious's new album is entitled, "World Service." Yes "Rain down" is on this one---it is on the second track. If you guys want to go and give a listen go to www.delirious.co.uk

"Touch" is an old album, but younger than "King of Fools" album which the song "Deeper" debut on. Well, heck I have all their albums and I have so many favorites it's hard to choose---It depends what day of the week it is and what mood I'm in. But I have to say their latest "World Service" is one of their better albums. I love the tracks "Rain Down," "Majesty," and "Inside, Outside". "Rain Down" and "Inside, Outside" rock!!!!

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Roisin, is Delirious from the UK?
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Hi Rose!

Im not Rosin, but yes, Delirious is from the UK. I like their music!

Hiya Roisin!
"Hey Blue and W.Fowls" Cute, real cute!
To quote Han Solo in the original (and still the best) Star Wars movie, "Hyuck it up, fur ball! tongue.gif
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