Your favorite album(s)?

Discussion in 'Music Ministry' started by Ivon Denosovich, Nov 16, 2007.

  1. Ivon Denosovich

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    oh there's so many!

    mmmm. Do You Feel - by The Rocket Summer
    is a fav. right now..
     
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    All three of Casting Crowns.. (4 if you count their live one)
     
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    Currently -

    Alive Forever by Travis Cottrell. It's a good blended worship service. Some hymns, some popular contemporary songs, and several original songs from Mr. Cottrell. I love this CD, and come back to it alot.
     
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    Michael W Smith's "Worship Again" since i had the opportunity to be there when he recorded it live.
    Rich Mullins "World as Best as I can Remember it" vol. 1 and 2 are always within reach as well as Keith Green's "The Ultimate Collection"
     
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    Right now I'm listening to Watermark in my car - I really like their sound.

    I LOVE the Passion CD - "The Best of Passion...So Far". GREAT worship stuff!
     
  7. Andy T.

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    Beyond Nature by Phil Keaggy (instrumental acoustic guitar)

    A few by Fernando Ortega:

    This Bright Hour
    Home
    Storm
    Self-Titled
    The Shadow of Your Wings

    Michael Card's Greatest Hits
     
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    Secular-Too many, some tops....

    The Police-Regatta de Blanc
    Jimi Hendrix-Live at the BBC
    Amazing Rhythm Aces-Stacked Deck
    Frank Zappa-Live in New York '77
    Little Feat-Feats Don't Fail Me Now
    Ricky Skaggs-Ancient Tones


    Christian...

    Handel's Messiah
    Doc Watson-On Praying Ground
    Phil Keaggy-What a Day
    Anything by Randy Stonehill
    Stanley Brothers-All Bluegrass, All Gospel
     
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    So many, but somewhere in there has to be

    Seventh Sojourn by The Moody Blues
     

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