10 brand new backing tracks in MultiTrack and Split Track format. We have selected song keys and arrangements to suit congregational worship. The song choice represents a nice mix of genres with old and new hymns, newer songs, some gospel tracks and a couple of older favourites.
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Behold Our God – Sovereign Grace Music
Originally recorded by Sovereign Grace Music, this arrangement has been transposed to a congregational friendly key and can feature a female lead. The lyrics focus on God’s majesty and authority.
I Call You Faithful – Donnie McClurkin
From American Gospel singer and minister, Donnie McClurkin, comes this popular praise song with easy to follow lyrics and up-beat rhythms and grooves. A great song to introduce a different style of music into your worship service.
Once Again – Matt Redman
A classic praise and worship song written and recorded by one the Contemporary Christian Music pioneers, Matt Redman. A great message of God’s mercy and faithfulness in our times of need.
He Will Hold Me Fast – Keith and Kristyn Getty
A beautiful and emotional arrangement based on Keith and Kristyn Getty’s rendition. The lyrics are a powerful message and assurance of Christ’s faithfulness to us.
I Speak Jesus – Here Be Lions / Charity Gayle
A powerful new worship song originally written and recorded by the group, “Here Be Lions,” and more recently performed by Charity Gayle. This arrangement follows the original recording, but is transposed into a more congregational friendly key for both male an female voices.
Resurrection Hymn – Stuart Townend & Keith Getty
An upbeat modern hymn based on Stuart Townend’s live recording. Perfect for Easter or with any message about resurrection or defeating death. Super congregational friendly!
Because of Who You Are – Martha Munizzi / Vicki Yohe
This powerful gospel ballad has been recorded by many artists, but probably most recognised by Vicki Yohe’s version. This arrangement is based on her recording, but placed in a slightly lower/more congregationally friendly key.
Yes I Will – Vertical Worship
One of the most well-known praise and worship songs from the group “Vertical Worship.” The lyrics are filled with the theme of standing firm in our faith and speaking the name of Jesus with confidence.
To God Be the Glory – traditional hymn
This arrangement of the popular traditional hymn, “To God Be the Glory,” is based on the triple-meter swing feel of the recording by Stuart Townend. An easy to sing congregational favourite!
Every Praise – Bishop Hezekiah Walker / Love Fellowship Tabernacle
Get ready to clap your hands and stomp your feet! This up-beat Gospel praise song comes from the Love Fellowship Tabernacle in New York led by Bishop Hezekiah Walker.