Unfortunately we had a video glitch from the service, but did you know Worship Choir starts back this coming Wednesday?
I’m pleased to offer our latest CD of live recordings at Oak Mountain. These recordings were all done in the context of a normal worship service, with some of the finest musicians in Birmingham. There’s a variety of styles represented – from full band and choir, band and praise team, and acoustic sets with fiddle.
You can download the new tunes from iTunes by clicking here. Enjoy!
Here’s a couple clips from last Sunday –
Son of God
Ring the Bells – this year, we added our youth choir – and an 80-piece orchestra….
I’m sure Chris Martin and Coldplay intended the song to be done like this… http://dl.dropbox.com/u/87743143/JS%20Blog/Site/Flash_Stuff_files/player.swf http://sample.mp3
Down – with Jon Harvill on vocals http://dl.dropbox.com/u/87743143/JS%20Blog/Site/Flash_Stuff_files/player.swf http://sample.mp3
Alright – with Calvin Nowell
Lament – with Tim Bennett and Lisa Moffett
Sorry for the audio glitch this morning. Here is the entire Revelation Song intro
http://sample.mp3Haven’t posted a tune from Oak Mountain worship services in a while. This was our offering song from our Easter Sunday morning services – Not Guilty Anymore by Aaron Keyes. Fantastic tune – and what a great reminder of the grace given to us, in Christ.
In case you’re interested – the band is:
Drums – Chris Forrest
Bass – Drew Taylor,
Electric Guitars – Josh Vigneulle and Jack Swaim,
Acoustic Guitar – Ben Burgess
Percussion – Michael Southerland
Vocals – Kristen Williams, Carlee Green, and Mandy Sears
Our Palm Sunday worship service was yesterday – entitled “Your Great Name.”
I’m not going to recap the whole service here – as I’m blessed to serve in a church that allows us, a couple times a year, to take the entire hour for a special worship service that includes music, drama, video…
I hope to have the audio mixed soon – and available… but in the meantime – i was sitting downstairs last night, and our middle son was in the shower – and I heard something, so I grabbed my phone… it’s his rendition of our opening song from yesterday – Your Great Name, by Natalie Grant.
Here’s a clip from last year’s service. It’s our choir version of a hymn re-write I did with Eric Gilbert called O Love that Will Not Let Me Go.
Last year’s Palm Sunday worship service CDs are still in post-production – hopefully to be released soon. If you’re interested in participating with us this year on Palm Sunday – it’s never too late to join the choir.
We sang one of Tommy Walker’s newer tunes “When i don’t know what to do.” Absolutely love it. Here’s a clip of that song. Carlee Green is the soloist.