Item description for Audio CD-Top 25 Praise Songs 2005 (Top 25) by Maranatha! Music...
Overview SONG TITLE 1. Open The Eyes Of My Heart Lord 2. Lord, I Lift Your Name On High 3. Shout To The Lord 4. Here I Am To Worship 5. Come, Now Is The Time to Worship 6. Breathe 7. You Are My King 8. God Of Wonders 9. You Are My All In All 10. The Heart Of Worship 11. Forever 12. Above All 13. You're Worthy Of My Praise 14. Trading My Sorrows 15. I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever 16. Draw Me Close 17. We Fall Down 18. Shine, Jesus, Shine (Lord, The Light Of Your Love) 19. As The Deer 20. I Love You, Lord 21. Change My Heart, Oh God 22. Lord, Reign In Me 23. He Is Exalted 24. Awesome God 25. Better Is One Day
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Record Label Maranatha! Music
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 4.92" Width: 5.56" Height: 0.41" Weight: 0.24 lbs.
Release Date Aug 31, 2004
Publisher PROVIDENT MUSIC DISTRIBUTION
Series Top 25
ISBN 390100680X ISBN13 9783901006807 UPC 738597182426
Availability 0 units.
More About Maranatha! Music
Maranatha! Music was founded in 1971 by Chuck Smith Sr. of Calvary Chapel, to promote the “Jesus Music” his young hippie followers were writing and singing, up and down the California coast. In the early years, Maranatha! Music started signing artists because of their passionate profession of faith through music. These songs became the influential calling card of the worship music genre of that time; they belong to the Maranatha! Song catalog today. Back then, the songs considered unsuitable for the ‘traditional church’ were still being sung by millions of young people around the world. Pastor Chuck Smith, Chuck Fromm and Tommy Coomes were among the leaders of Maranatha who were serving the church. The mission these faithful men began continues today: It is still the song of faith that leads people into the presence of God.
MARANATHA! MUSIC – THE SONG PUBLISHER
Maranatha! Music has become the most recognized, trusted name in churches across the nation and around the world. Songs from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s considered edgy and trend-setting back then, are now some of the most beloved worship songs in today’s church. The Maranatha! Music legacy was founded on the label’s rich history of expanding their song catalog by discovering and launching well-crafted new ‘songs of faith’. Powerful songs from Maranatha! are being included in thousands of churches weekly worship services.
As a result, the Maranatha! Music “Dove” is one of the most widely recognized brands in the world. Every week, millions of Christians see the Maranatha! Name on overheads as they sing these enduring songs.
MARANATHA! MUSIC – THE MUSIC LABEL
Maranatha! Music reaches out to the body of Christ by selling CDs and DVDs featuring their songs in retail outlets like Family Christian Stores, Lifeway Stores, Walmart and Target stores. All our products are also available on our website, along with digital downloads. Currently, Maranatha! Music is in a long-term distribution agreement with EMICMG, a leader in Christian Music Distribution. The priority of our label is to deliver the most well-known songs of faith in arrangements the church can easily sing: Our goal is to create recordings, charts and lead sheets that will assist the worship leader to minister to their congregations effectively.
Reviews - What do customers think about Audio CD-Top 25 Praise Songs 2005?
How the Mighty Have Fallen Mar 28, 2007
This is like buying a "Top Hits" CD only to find that it's not by the original artists. These are supposedly the songs tearing up churches, but these lounge band renditions are more of a snooze than the tired hymns they're meant to replace. Can this be the same Maranatha Music that once put out the Praise and Maranatha series of albums? That once had Tom Howard arranging their records? Does it have any relation to the Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa that put out the Altar Boys' Gut Level Music, Undercover's Boys and Girls Renounce the World and Leslie Phillips on Back to the Rock? When you want to put those out again, Maranatha, I'll be listening.
The good thing is that if you get a CCLI license, you can perform these songs at your own church, and some of them are strong songs when played by real bands like Third Day, Delirious, and the O.C. Supertones. This CD demonstrates the down side of cranking out praise songs as a cottage industry. Go listen to the Beatles (Ringo had talking drums, not a drum machine). You say you want a Reformation? Start with the music.
Great Listening Oct 25, 2005
I love this CD set! Its really easy listening and has great artists!