Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Music Tuesday - Jeremy Riddle

I got Jeremy Riddle's Full Attention Album a few weeks ago and have started to really enjoy a couple of the tracks. Most people will be familiar with Sweetly Broken which is a tremendous worship song and probably the best song on the whole album.

The video clip The Gift of Worship uses Sweetly Broken for the background music and it fits so well. If you haven't shown this clip to your church, you should really check it out. You can watch it on Youtube or you can order it from Floodgate Productions.


More Than a Friend is also a song that I enjoyed previously on one of the WOW worship CD sets. (I think I like the WOW version better.) It is a mellow, quiet and reflective song. I think we may try to fit it into our worship service sometime in the near future as special music.

But something I've learned from listening to the whole album is that Riddle can rock. I think my favorite is A Call To Praise. "Truly we were made to praise the Lord." Amen! This song probably won't fit in most churches' song lists, but it is a powerful anthem calling us to sing from the depths of our soul.

Here is the Gift of Worship video:



Tuesday Giveaway:
First person to reply can pick out a free song from the Full Attention album.

Winner:

Calvary Setlist from April 20th.
Come Into His Presence
He Is Exalted
How Great Is Our God/How Great Thou Art
He's Been So Good To Me

2 comments:

Crystal said...

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Travis Penn said...

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I'll see if I can get this worked out.

Please be sure to let me know what you win. (I would have joined the sock drawing, but I already have a lot of socks!)