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Sunday, September 18, 2011

Jeremy Riddle CD Review and Give Away!

More music!  Yay!!  Up next for your listening pleasure is the new release from Jeremy Riddle entitled Furious.  Don't freak out, it's not heavy metal with lots of angry screaming in it. lol  It is actually an easy listening album of praise music.

This album was a little harder for us to get into but I can totally see having this album playing in the background while I am doing my Bible study or devotion time.  It is mellow and full of wonderful lyrics about Christ and His love.

Vineyard Worship artist and worship leader Jeremy Riddle has announced the release of his new studio album entitled, Furious.  The album is set for release on September 20 via NewDay Distribution.

Riddle began production on the album nearly a year ago with Dove Award winning producer Ed Cash (Chris Tomlin, Matthew West, David Crowder Band) at the helm. Cash’s contribution forms the backbone of the album which also features production from Bobby Hartry, a long time Riddle collaborator.  The project follows Prepare The Way: Live, an album recorded in front of a live audience in Corpus Christi, Tex., earlier this year from Vineyard.

Riddle describes Furious saying, “It’s hard to come up with words that depict the magnitude of Christ’s love – the depth and width of it. Furious doesn’t work outside of the context of love; we tend to translate the word as angry, but I see it as a super-powerful force; stronger, deeper, broader than our vocabulary can fully describe."

Four years on the road as a touring worship leader eventually took its toll on Jeremy, so in January 2011, the former jr. high youth pastor came on staff as worship community pastor at Bethel Church in Redding, Calif. Working under pastors Brian and Jenn Johnson, Jeremy facilitates a worship community of over 200 people within the church.

“My wife (Katie) and I have always had a heart to serve the local church and never wanted to do the full-time travel thing for very long, so it felt like a good time to transition into something different,” Jeremy says. “I’ve developed such an appreciation for the fruit that has been sowed from my life – personally and artistically – by being part of a local community.”

Consequently, several of the tracks on Furious are also featured on Be Lifted High, the most recent album from Bethel Church.

“These songs are a reflection of being part of something bigger than just me,” Jeremy says. “Through some significant growth in understanding and living out humility from a very independent place, I’ve shifted into a place where I can’t even claim this record is completely inspired by me. There are so many elements of the album that could never have flowed from me had I not been connected to people walking out life with me.

If you want to check it out for yourself, head on over to one or all of these websites and hear it for yourself.


**Better than that, if you want to win a copy leave me a comment telling me your favorite praise and worship song and your email.  :)  I will draw a winner on Sept. 25th.

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1 comment:

Karen said...

I can't come up with just one favorite Praise song....I really love the music from Sovereign Grace though. I am visiting from the crew and following you. I'd love for you to drop by and follow me if you're not already. Thanks!
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