give me one song that has moved you lately. it can be by anything.
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Tags: elf, jessica simpson, nick lachey, nsync
pt. 2 i mixed in some scenes from elf, and also 2 of my all time favorite christmas music videos. enjoy.
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cheers, merry christmas, and happy hanukkah.
Tags: bela fleck, brian setzer, chris botti, christmas music, frank sinatra, kenny g, michael buble, sarah mclachlan, shane and shane, sixpence none the richer, trans siberian orchestra
it’s not truly the Christmas season unless at starbucks you get a Christmasy red cup. and then there are those adds on tv. well there’s nothing like a little music to get you in the spirit before thanksgiving. so here’s my all time top 10 Christmas albums to get you in season (click the album art for itunes link, and the name underneath for the amazon link):
as you can tell, i dig the jazz and orchestra Christmas stuff.
these are mine. hit me with yours.
my buddy jco always asks me for what’s currently popular in the music industry, well please allow me to submit to you my current playlist: (click on the graphic to increase the size)
Tags: fellowship church, smoke
i know all i ever do is post video’s or link to other people’s awesomeness, but i thought i needed to share these.
once upon a time, i wrote on this very blog, “i know what church could look like because i can see it in my head.” that may not be a direct quote, but it’s close.
well the folks at fellowship church pay attention to the worship environment, and they do it in incredible ways. i already posted the video “new creation” (see what wasn’t live on the video element), so that’ll be exhibit a. pay close attention to the backing video elements in these next 2 videos. these kinds of supporting elements are what i see in that vision. not many people are doing it now, and i’m not a fan of doing it every song but… i think it can enhance some thoughts like only images can. you can hear a song a million times, but once you “see” that song, i think it changes everything.
here’s their version of phil wickham’s “true love”:
and their version of a trans siberian orchestra classic:
ps-the trans siberian stuff was created in smoke (which we demo’d at work last year) which is basically so expensive you have to contact somebody for pricing, but i’m told from our demo that not only is it one of the most complex editing format’s available, it’s upwards of $30k
today is the release date for jon mclaughlin‘s OK NOW. go get it. i know i say this a lot, and if you truly did go get it every time i told you to, you’d be as broke as i am. at least itunes preview it.
oh btw-new site is up. looks like i spent hours slaving over css and html and php and all those other useful codes. wadda you think?