FREE Tim Hughes MultiTrack: We Must Go (God of Justice)

free-multitracksThe free MultiTrack for April is the Tim Hughes classic We Must Go (God of Justice).

Written back in 2005 after a Tear Fund trip to Tanzania where Tim and his wife met Joyce, a woman who walked all night, every night, to fetch water for her family, this beautiful song is a stirring reminder that God is not interested in our worship if we fail to first serve the poor.

Remember that you will need the Worship Backing Band MultiTrack Player to play the track.

There is also an EveryKey Chord Chart available which follows our arrangement of the song note-for-note.

Free MultiTrack and chord chart: Heaven’s Declaration

free-multitracksThis month’s free MultiTrack is Heavens Declaration, a wonderful pop based worship song with some unusual and refreshing chord changes that works great in MultiTrack format alongside a live band. It’s written by Mark Alan Schoolmeesters , Johan Åsgärde, Oliver Lundström and Chase Wagner (who also wrote last months free track). This is the second offering from Common Exchange, which is an online platform for songs from a growing movement that emphasizes the priesthood of all believers; that the church is a community in which everyone has a part to play, a story to tell and an idea to share. This movement is beginning to yield a growing community of worship leaders, songwriters and producers that have a desire to create worship songs that work well in smaller communities, meaning that production serves the song and not the other way around.

Familiar names on the site are United Pursuit, Aaron Keyes, Micah Massey and Stuart Townend but there are plenty of other contributors worth watching out for too including a few Brits like Matthew Macauley and even Musicademy regular, Matt Weeks.

Check out Common Exchange for the story of the song, as well as lyrics and a free downloadable chord chart.

Free MultiTrack: Desert Rain from Common Exchange

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This month’s free MultiTrack is Desert Rain by Chase Wagner and Ben Hardesty from Common Exchange, an online platform for a growing movement that emphasizes the priesthood of all believers, that the church is a community in which everyone has a part to play, a story to tell and an idea to share.

This movement is beginning to yield a growing community of worship leaders, songwriters and producers that have a desire to create worship songs that work well in smaller communities, meaning that production serves the song and not the other way around.

Familiar names on the site are United Pursuit, Aaron Keyes, Micah Massey and Stuart Townend but there are plenty of other contributors worth watching out for too including a few Brits like Matthew Macauley and even Musicademy regular, Matt Weeks.

Most Common Exchange recordings are stripped down acoustic versions designed to be accessible for smaller congregations, so by nature aren’t suitable for a MultiTrack format, but here Chase has given us access to his fabulous pop based, MultiTrack version full of great sounds and perfect for use alongside your worship bands.

Check out this link for a more acoustic version of the song, as well as lyrics and a free downloadable chord chart.

Get the free MultiTrack here. Remember you’ll need a copy of the MultiTrack Player for PC or Mac to play it on.

 

We hope to be featuring more songs from Common Exchange in the coming months so do have a look around the site and see if there are any songs you like that we can feature!

Free MultiTrack from Worship Backing Band: Impossible

Free MultiTrack of the month

This month’s free track comes from one of the members of the Musicademy Worship Community Facebook Group; independent UK artist and worship leader David Woodman.

David’s track ‘Impossible’ is the second of his songs to be featured in our Free Multitrack of the Month section.

This track is more pop/rock style than the country song we featured last time. Again it’s very congregational with a declarative theme and will be a valuable addition to your church’s repertoire of fast songs with lyrical depth and content. So check out the 30 sample here and download the MultiTrack. Remember you’ll need a copy of the MultiTrack Player for PC or Mac and David has even provided a free chord chart for all you good lovely folks! So please, also check out his full album and website!

Download the free track here.

David’s website is davidwoodmanmusic.com and the track is available on the album Looking Up. Physical CDs can be ordered via Bandcamp or downloaded via iTunes.

David Woodman Looking Up

David says:

Impossible is a declaration of faith and expectation, that we serve a risen Saviour, for whom nothing is too difficult. It’s been humbling to hear how people struggling with all sorts of life’s challenges have used it to lift their eyes off their circumstances and back onto the Lord.“