The Downbeat 6.14.09

Hello friends!

It’s that time again.  Sunday Setlists is now in it’s 4oth- something week of going on now.  That is just crazy!  I think I have missed 1 out of the last 30 or so.  Make sure to check out what everyone did at www.fredmckinnon.com, especially if you’re looking to introduce new songs to your congregation for praise and worship.  It’s a great resource.

This week is the first week of the “Life Unchained” series of sermons in June by Dr. Barry Roberts.  If you missed last weeks sermon entitled “It’s not for everyone” by Jason Harris.  Listen to it here: http://www.etpalestine.com/podcast.html It is a message that the entire church needs t hear.  Very powerful about how our American culture has snuck into and changed what the Bible actually says.

Alright, alright!  Here is the setlist from today:

Walk-In Burn for You – Fee

This was the first time we played this one for our congregation.  They seem to like it.  Obviously U2 influenced!  The first couple of listens to it and I was thinking “Where the Streets Have No Name” and the chorus to “I Will Follow” also could be sung as background vocals in there.  Great tune and a lot of fun to play if you’re an electric player with the dotted eighth note delay going.

Revival – Robin Mark

It has been a long time since we’ve done this one.  It’s at 140 bpm at 10 minutes long and poor Jason is keeping up with Metro Gnome pretty well but being worn down pretty quickly!  Sidenote here.  If your band isn’t playing with a metronome, it’s a great idea to start.  We attended the East Coast Worship Conference last June and Michael W. Smith’s drummer taught a class.  He said, “I will not play a single beat without a metronome in my in ears!”  That guy’s a big time pro and plays with one!  Oh yeah, and it’s made our drummer better!

You Are Enough – Eoghan Heaslip

Prayer/Offertory

Hear Us From Heaven – Jared Anderson

Yearn – Shane and Shane

Message – Dr. Barry Roberts “Life Unchained”

Altar:

Revelation Song – Kari Jobe

Thanks for dropping in and checking out what we do.  May God continue to bless your efforts at your church.

Keep the Son in your eyes,

BRAD

die Band:

Darren Goodman – Lead Sängers

Cavin Dorsey – Bassist/Musik Direktor

Drew Roberts – Percussionisten

Jason Stringfield – Der Trommler

Danna Hafner – Keyboarder/Hintergrund Sängerin

Vicki Stringfield – Keyboarder

Terry Garner – akustischer gitarrist

Johnie Adams – akustischer gitarrist/ Lead Sängers on “You Are Enough” and “Hear Us From Heaven”

Brad Hafner – elektrische gitarrist

Metro Gnome – Präzision Zeit Keeper Upper

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4 Responses

  1. Brad
    We have IE monitors and at first I was a little annoyed with a metronome in my ear…but now I depend on it!

    Great songs–some I haven’t heard yet–will check them out. How’s your P90X going?

  2. I always like finding songs I haven’t heard. Such a great way to find new songs. Thanks for sharing.

  3. “Burn for You” love it!
    “Yearn” great song!
    “Revelation Song” all time favorite!
    Nice set!

  4. Nice list! Sounds amazing!

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