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Sing A Hymn - Album on CD



We set our writers the challenge of searching the archives of British hymn publisher Jubilate to find texts that inspired them and then to write new tunes they would sing in their own churches. This collection is the result of that work.

Most of the texts are from the mid to late 20th century British writers, with a handful from recent years, and one Resound Worship original. We deliberately focused on some of those that were lesser known but deserved to be sung. The album was recorded in a village Baptist Church in the East Midlands. We a took deliberately lo-fi approach, building the whole thing around a trio of piano, bass and drums, with minimal monitoring and everything captured live. We wanted the hymns to have an authentic, congregational feel, complete with creaks from the piano pedal and the occasional rumble of a passing lorry. The resulting recording captures the vibrancy and intimacy of the sound of worshippers together.  



1 All who are thirsty
2 Sing a hymn to God's great glory
3 Tell all the world of Jesus
4 Come to God's table
5 How delightful is your dwelling
6 God of all comfort
7 For the gift of life on waking
8 Christ who for our salvation came
9 May the mind of Christ my saviour
10 One thing I know
11 Your feet O Lord have walked this earth
12 The Spirit came as promised
13 O God of love


Lead Vocals: Eve Dawson, Freddie Kofi, Gemma Scharnowski, Matt Tinsley
Backing Vocals: Eve Dawson, Freddie Kofi, Gemma Scharnowski, Matt Weeks
Guitars: Sam Hargreaves, Matt Weeks
Piano, Wurlitzer & Accordion: Mark Edwards
Bass guitar: Matt Weeks
Drums: Tom Hooper
Glockenspiel: Joel Payne
Congregation: 12 Song Challenge writers
Additional group vocals: students from Nexus Institute of Creative Arts

Recorded live at Woodhouse Eaves Baptist Church.
Engineered by Archie Clifford.
Produced by Matt Weeks
Mixed by Adrian Hall.