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BrianPaul
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 Puritan Devotional Music?

I was wondering if anyone knows the musician who sang the song on the Daily Puritan Devotionals? Im sure Greg knows seeing he most likely compiles it.
Any way let me know. Im try to find good music. I want hymns or something close to it. Im "currently" tired of Christian music with a story to it, or shallow lyrics, im looking for hymns redone, or musicians who really know God like the great men who have gone before us, who spoke of the depths of God. This is not to say that every musician now a days, is not good or godly. Just want to make that clear so no one misunderstands me. Let me know what you guys and gals got to recommend.


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 Re: Puritan Devotional Music?

I paid for it to be done you can contact Todd Gaddy and ask him:

Voice One Productions at todd@voiceonepro.com or (443) 823-9005.


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 Re: Puritan Devotional Music?

If you want hymns redone, there is a group called "Indelible Grace" who does just that. They take some really rich hymns and redo them in a more modern style.

You can listen to their newest CD here (be sure to check out the song "Abide with me": http://www.igracemusic.com/ig5/

Also, Sovereign Grace Ministries released a CD with lyrics inspired by the Puritan prayers in "Valley of Vision":
http://www.sovereigngracemusic.org/albums/category/sovereign_grace_music/valley_of_vision


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Taylor Otwell

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Wonderful. Thank you for both responses.


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No problem.

Another church that re-does old hymns is Red Mountain Church.

www.redmountainmusic.com

They have some very rich hymns to nice music. Also, they allow the downloading of individual songs. I personally like more mellow, softer music, so I have browsed through and bought some of those songs individually.


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Why can't we just sing the hymns like this?

[b]Evening Session Singing by Charity Leadership 2008[/b]
http://www.sermonindex.net/modules/mydownloads/singlefile.php?lid=16506&commentView=itemComments


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This is not exactly the same, but my friend, Erin, has recorded a number of hymns in a more modern style. Some of her songs are on sermonindex, but here is the whole lot:

[url=http://theopenlife.blogspot.com/2005/07/free-godly-music.html]Erin's Old Hymns and Original Spiritual Songs[/url]

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 Re: Puritan Devotional Music?

[url=http://www.redmountainchurch.org/rmm/]Red Mountain Music[/url] has some good music also.

My favorite is the Gadsby Project
[url=http://www.redmountainchurch.org/rmm/alb/gadsby.html]http://www.redmountainchurch.org/rmm/alb/gadsby.html[/url]

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Another church that re-does old hymns is Red Mountain Church.



Now how did I miss that ? Sorry, it really is a great site so a double recommendation can't hurt :)

KN


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Karsten Nordmo

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theopenlife wrote:
This is not exactly the same, but my friend, Erin, has recorded a number of hymns in a more modern style. Some of her songs are on sermonindex, but here is the whole lot:

[url=http://theopenlife.blogspot.com/2005/07/free-godly-music.html]Erin's Old Hymns and Original Spiritual Songs[/url]




Been listening to Erin's music. Thank you for sharing. Wonderful.


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