The 12 Mondays of Christmas - Week 7
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It's week seven of our Christmas countdown as we release a video a week for the songs from our new album, Christmas Songs. CDs are shipping out every day, and the album is available for download too, so get it now!
This week we bring you the brand new recording of What Kind of Throne, one of our most popular songs ever! This song by Joel Payne has been on the Resound website since the very beginning. It was one of our first attempts to focus in on worship at the heart of the Christmas experience. Since then we've produced a choir and orchestra score, remixed the mp3 and added a backing track.
And now we've got a brand new recording from Christmas Songs. This time we've stayed quite faithful to the original, but gone for a female lead - the fantastic Gemma White - and a really relaxed Nashville vibe.
The video has been produced by our friends at engageworship.org to go along with the other Christmas Songs videos. They're also offering a powerpoint version, and a downloadable video loop of the background that you can use for other things. So do check them out.
We'll be releasing a video for each of the 12 tracks on the album, every Monday until Christmas. And each week we'll give you the opportunity to bag freebie .If you don't already follow us on Facebook or Twitter, then now is the time to do so.
The full digital edition of Christmas Songs is available on CD and download now.
Christmas Songs is the album that you have made possible through your generous support of our crowdfunding campaign. Thanks to you, our subscribers, we have something very special that we're delighted to share with you!
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Do let us know what you think either through our contact page, or in the comments box on the song pages. It'd be great to hear what you find useful in your church and worship context.