Live Worship from Shepherds Bush, London
by Tim Hughes
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The first ever live worship album from Tim Hughes, the writer of ‘Here I am to worship’, still one of the top 10 songs in the CCLI charts all around the world.
Happy Day is great value for money, containing a CD and DVD in a special digipack. The DVD is a complete version of the concert, hosted by Al Gordon, recorded in the famous London Shepherds Bush Empire with 2000 worshippers. The specially commissioned visuals add another dynamic to the message of the songs.
The DVD also features a talk by Mike Pilavachi and a behind-the-scenes interview with Tim Hughes about his new songs. Tim is joined on the stage by a group of hand picked musicians and singers: Martin Smith (from Delirious?), Stu G (also from Delirious?), members of the 29th Chapter and the Sacred dance team London.
With four brand new songs (‘Remember’, ‘Jesus saves’, ‘We won’t stay silent’ and ‘Give us your courage’) and monumental live performances of the worship anthems that are resonating throughout Churches in the UK (‘Beautiful one’, ‘Consuming fire’, ‘Here I am to worship’, ‘Happy day’, ‘God of justice’ and ‘Dance’), this will be an unforgettable experience.
Produced by Nathan Nockels (Passion Live Albums) and directed by Andy Hutch (Delirious? and Facedown by Matt Redman), Happy Day will be the album everyone wants to own.
Happy Day by Tim Hughes was published by Survivor Kingsway in March 2009 and is our 9762nd best seller. The ISBN for Happy Day is SURCD5132.
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|Page last updated||1st July 2010|
|Author / Artist||Tim Hughes|
|Book Format||CD + DVD|
|Publisher||Survivor Kingsway (March 2009)|