"Thanks for the input. The piano part it is where it all started. The lyrical picture reflects, to me, a worshipful attitude. Not as celebratory as some of my worship writings but more intimate and personal. Imitation is the highest form of flattery…"
Hi all! my first post on here so be gentle!! JK seriously, not sure whether this song really is meant for corporate or private worship. like your opinions on everything EXCEPT the quality of the recording and the guitar work. The guitar part is meant to be guide to give my guitarist some ideas.
All good stuff, i think. First one really caught my attenion, lyrically and musically. it leads me to worship right off the bat. second is my least fav, good song but i just had a little trouble getting a clear direction.....(may just be me!).…"
"I like Alex's idea of bringing something with. I know as a song writer i have LOTS of unfinished ideas (can i get an AMEN???) and a chance to share these thoughts with other like-minded worshippers could prove a good starting point. Maybe start…"
"Uhhhhhh, man, you got a real late 60's early 70's sound goin there....especially the vocal sound! i like it! Worshipful?????? Corporately? not sure, possibly, indivually, DEFINETELY!!! i would you use it in personal time of worship for…"
"Song is nice. It has a very singable melody line on the verse & chorus. The word picture to me is much like a Hymn. The movement of the melody line is something that is easily anticipatable by the congregation. The lack of unusual chord…"
46 year old worshipleader with 9 children, 6 grandkids (#7 on the way) Born & raised for the first 20 yrs in Elmira New York. Sang in childrens choir @ church and school choirs. Started Piano around age 8, drums @ 10, picked up guitar in my early teens. Played in "garage bands" through 1984, joined the navy and didn't play much for several years. Gave my life to Christ in 1990 and picked up and acoustic and started playing/writing again. Started leading worship @ Maranatha Fellowship Church in Meridian MS in 1992 been there ever since!
Worship music! Lincoln Brester, Chris Tomlin, Kary Jobi, Wes King, Third Day, Mercy Me, Big Daddy Weave, my own stuff (is that okay to say?).
Favorite Bible Verses / Passages:
Psalms & Proverbs.
Psalms shows us how to relate to God
Proverbs shows us how to relate to and deal with each other.
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