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MEMBERS
Marty Sampson (acoustic guitar, vocals)
Mark Stevens (vocals)
Holly Dawson (vocals)
Reuben Morgan (acoustic guitar)
Mark Parrott (electric guitar)
Joel Houston (bass guitar)
Andrew Wells (keyboards)
Luke Munns (drums)
Steve Kemsley (percussion)

NEWS
DISCOGRAPHY
I Love Your Presence - Click to view! I LOVE YOUR PRESENCE (2001)
Anointing, as a Biblical principle, is misunderstood by far too many outside of and within the Church. Little discussed in practical terms, it is the inspiration, or breath, of the Holy Spirit on an individual's life and giftings; thus, the more hours spent in practical learning and skill sharpening, the more there is for the Spirit to breathe on and mold. It is with that premise that projects like this should be viewed: makeovers of popular songs in a "reflective intimate assembly" or a "charged live atmosphere". Read full review...

Surrender - Click to view!
SURRENDER (2000)
Given international attention with their significant debut project, the UK Vineyard group attempt to recreate Hungry's buoyant spirit and Celtic/contemporary balance on Surrender, with varied results. Reading the lyrics is a worship experience in itself, as every song is a dynamo of willful glorification directed to God in an intimate, meek manner; their backing instruments aren't always as stunning. Read full review...

Hungry [falling on my knees] - Click to view!
HUNGRY [FALLING ON MY KNEES] (1999)
Craving a close, face-to-face relationship with God, hungry [falling on my knees] combines the youthful zeal of a 20-something worship team with the experience and oversight of Vineyard songwriter Brian Doerkson for a free and fresh atmosphere of drastic devotion. Because of this and it being a cross between a studio album's excellence and a live concert's emotion, I will long be a proponent of hungry [falling on my knees], an anointed effort of virtually unknown worshipers. Read full review...

Winds of Worship 12: Live from London - Click to view!
WINDS OF WORSHIP 12: LIVE FROM LONDON (1998)
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LIVE
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LINKS
www.vmg.com
The Vineyard Music label site has information on upcoming and current releases, plus a store with a complete catalog of Vineyard releases.

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