The Praise and Worship Band Bassists Club part 32

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  1. David Wilson

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  2. SoVeryTired

    SoVeryTired Endorsing nothing, recommending much Supporting Member

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    In, subbed, and thanks David!
  3. theLimeyBrit

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    Do any of you lot deliberately do anything different worship-wise during Lent? In the Episcopal tradition we "bury" the word "Hallelujah" until Easter Sunday, so that means no songs featuring that word for the next 6 weeks. I was just wondering if anyone else had similar traditions that are reserved for this season.
  4. LightGroove

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    Neat idea!
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  6. SoVeryTired

    SoVeryTired Endorsing nothing, recommending much Supporting Member

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    No traditions particularly. I'm looking forward to our Good Friday evening service though. It was our first one last year and was a 'why haven't we done this before?' moment.
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    ExaltBass Just a BassGuy! Gold Supporting Member

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    Also in & subbed. We have a new Kari Jobe song on the docket this week... "Forever" (not that one) and a new electric guitarist... should be fun.

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    Basically those denominations which follow a liturgical calendar do. At times in the evangelical world you have leaders who were raised in and/or influenced by the mainline churches. The Catholic, Lutheran, Anglican, Methodist. ...
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    what do you all mean by "in, subbed"?
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    Subbed means subscribed. Once they post on the thread the forum software subscribes them to the thread so they get notifications and is easier to find.
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  12. R&B

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    Yes, Anglican here, we are in no-frills mode until Easter. No alleluias, and stripped-down music. It makes the joy of the Resurrection that much sweeter.

    As for me, my Lenten plan is to stay off those addictive TB Classifieds...except to sell. :p
  13. theLimeyBrit

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    What do you mean by stripped-down music? Less of it? Fewer instruments? Introspective, minor-key songs instead of raise-the-roof anthems?

  14. bassman314

    bassman314 I seem to be a verb, an evolutionary process... Gold Supporting Member

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    This.

    It's what we used to do under our old Choir director/music director. He grew up Methodist, but realy felt like we was a closet Anglican and worked in Presbyterian churches.

    No drums, other than possibly cajon or Djembe. I'd play fretless dialed in to sound more like an upright than an electric.
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    We get pretty blah until Easter now was well. No alleluias, not stripped down but definitely not as rocking' as we're used to.
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    Anybody listened to the Paul Baloche "He is Risen". I couldn't listen to the whole thing. It came across Facebook.
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    Good song, the kind a congregation could really sing
  18. chuck norriss

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    I love stripped down music my gf and i do hymns and worship songs stripped down.

    I went to Hillsong United L.A. last night. I wanted to check it out & worship with them. The problem is so did the rest of L.A. They're going to need a bigger boat. People were cutting in line; once we were in people were shoving. It was like being at a rock concert no actually people behave a little better at concerts. They added a third service because there were still people waiting outside. The line wrapped around the block when I was waiting.
    The band was great, the sound mix was crap--all skull vibrating bass & some vocals couldn't hear anything else. I didn't stay for the message. I'll go back once the dust settles. I'll have to go early to get a good seat but i'm not leaving my church; I just want to worship on a tue night. [cranky voice] Immmm tooooo ooooooolllllllld furrrrr hiillllllsoooooooonnnnnnnng
  19. chuck norriss

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    It will be good for people looking for God or a place to worship God but I hope Hillsong don't take people from their current churches, just new believers.
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    It will probably happen. It happened in our small town (Anderson, SC) when Newspring church started taking off.

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