Audio Music CD Of Kim Stout From Freeport Illinios Album KEEP CHRIST IN CHRISTMAS. Christian Music.

Audio Music CD Of Kim Stout From Freeport Illinios Album KEEP CHRIST IN CHRISTMAS. Christian Music.

  • 10 Songs About Jesus Christ From Kim Stout of Freeport Illinios.
  • Kim Stout Ministries.

1. Grown up Christmas list 2. Away in a manger 3. Sing Hallelujah 4. The Christmas Tree 5. the Christmas Story 6. The Best gift of all 7. One Small Child 8. Come On Ring those Bells 9. The First Noel 10. Keep Christ In Christmas.


Daimon Brunton Quartet – Album Launch “My Favourite Things”

This is a live recording of The Daimon Brunton Quartet performing at the Paris Jazz Cat Club on 19th of July 2008. DBQ has been performing in Melbourne area for the past 12 years. This video is a short compilation of the tunes that were performed. For more information go to: Featuring Daimon Brunton – Trumpet Daniel Gassin – Piano Mark Lockett – Drums Michael Story – Acoustic double bass Special guest: Ron Romero – Saxophone George Butrumlis – Piano accordion Featuring tunes: 1. The Wizer 2. 3 people, 2 chairs, 1 hof 3. And we’re goin’ to church 4. Bitter Dose 5. Hayley 6. Elroy Filmed by Jenna Tuckett and Daniel Staud Edited by Daniel Staud
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Name Above All Names (from the Risen album)

“Name above All Names” From Sovereign Grace Music’s album, Risen. Sung by David Gilland and Erin Hill. Written by Pat Sczebel and Joel Sczebel. © 2011 Sovereign Grace Worship (ASCAP) Sovereign Grace Music, a division of Sovereign Grace Ministries.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Luke Parkin releases the Winter Journal Album On Pacific Music

(PRWEB) December 22, 2005

Winter Journal, released on the Pacific Music Record Label, is the 68th opus number in the pianist’s large recording catalog.

The album’s 14 tracks uses references to Gregorian Chant and church modes as well as winter vistas and programs as inspiration. Comprised of 14 tracks and an hour of music, this latest addition is a distinctly different offering from the composer’s previous works which highlight, Contemporary Classical and electronic music.

The album can be bought at the artist’s website and on the official website of Pacific Music.

Luke Parkin is a prolific composer and recording artist who is based in Victoria, British Columbia Canada. He studied classical music from childhood where he excelled in keyboard music of the piano and also the organ. His tremendous aptitude for improvisation of classical forms and composition later manifested itself in electronic and production music for television and film. His collection of albums includes some 68 opus numbers that are inclusive of genres ranging from electronica to contemporary classical music. Luke lives a musical double life. His professional activities are divided between classical, contemporary, church and the commercial worlds of music. He is also the Senior Organ Scholar at Christ Church Cathedral, Anglican, Victoria, B.C., under Director of Music Michael Gormley, formerly a conductor of the Vienna Choir Boys.

Luke Parkin’s catalog contains some 18 hours of audio that can be previewed in streaming formats on his URL. Domestic and International licensing deals are currently underway with licensing agents in Canada and the U.S. Parkin hopes to launch a tour to support the Winter Journal and other albums in late 2006. Luke Parkin is also associated with MOH productions Canada

The artist and his manager Christopher Armstrong, of Vancouver recently teamed up with Pacific Music with the intention of issuing parts of the recording catalog separately on CD.

Pacific Music is a wholesaler supplying Bookstores, Drugstores, Toy Stores, Record Stores and Specialty Markets with a wide spectrum of music, videos and DVDs.

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David Crowder* Band “Church Music” Album Review

In the 3rd instalment of God Tunes Reviews, it’s time to review David Crowder* Band’s new album released on September 29, 2009 titled “Church Music”. Sorry if the video is a bit quiet. Hope you enjoy the review. Remember you can leave an album review requests in the comments below or fill out a request form at my website. Please comment, rate and subscribe. See you at the next album review coming soon. TWITTER: WEB:
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