Most of these songs were recorded in my small home studio using people I know that enrich my life. Several are from folks in churches I have pastored in the past. Technical quality varies, but I must say I am very pleased with several of them! For most of you merely clicking on the following links will automatically open a program to play these files. If it does not there are a number of free resources that allow you to listen to MP3 recordings via your web browser. Three of the most popular are Apple's QuickTimeTM, RealNetwork's RealPlayer BasicTM and Microsoft's Windows Media PlayerTM. Links* to each of these resources are provided below.
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Streaming audio - Plays immediately or within several seconds depending on connection speed.
MP3 - Downloads complete file to the computer then plays and can be saved for later listening.
Medley – A selection of the following songs played one after the other in streaming audio. This selection contains a lot of variety and also varies in technical quality as I am getting better at mixing and have purchased new equipment.
The Old Rugged Cross/At the Cross medley - Played by Brooksyne
“Breathe” – Sung by Yvette Pique and Linda Reid, two women from the church I served in New England.
“Heart of worship” – Sung by Regina Martin.
“Name of Jesus” – Written and sung by Mike Book, a friend of mine.
“Be Still My Soul” – An old hymn with harmonica accompaniment by Herb Basso, who attended the church I pastored in New England.
“Godliness with contentment” - Written and sung by Mike Book.
“Here I am to worship” - Sung by Regina Martin.
“Are you washed in the blood?” Dan Fry, a friend from church plays the banjo!
“His Passion” – A song written and sung by Mike Book concerning the Passion of Christ.
“I saw the light” - More banjo by Dan Fry.
“Come Ye Sinners” – An old hymn set to newer arrangement and sung by Regina Martin.