I never would’ve thought of recording a song in an abandoned silo, but apparently Sounds Like Reign does it fairly often: nice acoustics. And someone did quite a job with the video portion, didn’t they?
Holy, Holy, Holy–a capella in a silo, by Sounds Like Reign.
I’m trying hard to provide you with a nooze-free weekend without losing my audience. Dare I say so far, so good?
This hymn, Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty, just popped into my head; and next thing I knew, I was wondering if I could find it performed on bagpipes. Had anybody ever done that?
Well, yes! And here it is.
Requested by “Thewhiterabbit,” an old church and Sunday school favorite–Holy, Holy, Holy, sung by the Altar of Praise Men’s Chorale. Background sets by God the Father, maker of heaven and earth.
This one’s on everybody’s list of favorite hymns–Holy, Holy, Holy. sung here by the Altar of Praise Men’s Chorale. It brings to life Chapter 4 of Revelation.
Several of you put this one on your list of favorite hymns, and I’m happy to post it today–Holy, Holy, Holy. I wish I could tell you who was singing it–beautiful, clear harmony–but that information isn’t given.
The symbol on the screen is an ancient Christian symbol, the “Chi Rho”–the first two letters of “Christos,” in the Greek alphabet.
We have a hymn request from Joshua, a classic hymn performed in a new way by Acapella–Holy, Holy, Holy. It was a favorite in the old Dutch Reformed Church in which I grew up.
This was the first hymn that popped into my head last night, so I’m going with it this morning: Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty, sung by Neil Rondina. A staple in our churches since 1826.
With modern technology it’s possible for one person to sing as a choir–as Sam Robson has done here. Requested by Joshua, Holy, Holy, Holy: a favorite in churches since 1861.
Here’s one by our own Joshua and Jeremy–Holy, Holy, Holy: traditional hymn, none the worse for being played on two guitars. Maybe if we cheer these guys enough, they’ll sing a verse or two.
I can’t stand one more minute, one more word, of pseudo “impeachment” and Democrat whining–and that’s all there is to the nooze lately.
How about this instead? Our friends Joshua and Jeremy Swanson teaming up to give us an instrumental of Holy, Holy, Holy? And just looking at the background brings my blood pressure back down. Thanks, guys, I needed that!