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Music Inspired By the Story


Download links and information about Music Inspired By the Story. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Gospel genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:40:23 minutes.

Release date: 2011
Genre: Gospel
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:40:23
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No. Title Length
1. I Am (Creation) (Overture) 3:32
2. Good (Adam & Eve) (Leigh Nash, Matthew West) 6:04
3. Who But You (Abraham & Sarah) (Mark Hall) 5:04
4. Bend (Joseph) (Brandon Heath) 4:30
5. It Must Be You (Moses) (Bart Millard) 5:14
6. Bring Us Home (Joshua) (Tait, Lecrae) 4:59
7. I'm With You (Ruth & Naomi) (Amy Grant, Nichole Nordeman) 4:14
8. Your Heart (David) (Chris Tombling) 4:41
9. No Compromise (Daniel) (Peter Furler) 4:41
10. Born for This (Esther) (Mandisa) 4:16
11. Broken Praise (Job) (Todd Smith) 6:49
12. Be Born In Me (Mary) (Francesca Battistelli) 6:20
13. When Love Sees You (Jesus) (Mac Powell) 4:57
14. How Love Wins (Thief) (Steven Curtis Chapman) 6:55
15. Alive (Mary Magdalene) (Natalie Grant) 5:05
16. Empty (Disciples) (Matt Hammitt, Dan Haseltine) 5:55
17. Move In Me (Paul) (Jeremy Camp) 4:02
18. The Great Day (Second Coming) (Darlene Zschech, Michael W Smith) 6:46
19. Be Born In Me (Mary) (Francesca Battistelli) 6:19



This album (released in conjunction with the book series The Story) attempts to interpret the Old and New Testaments in two CDs’ worth of songs and features the compositions of veteran singer/songwriters Nichole Nordeman and Bernie Herms as interpreted by such stellar Christian artists as Casting Crowns’ Mark Hall, MercyMe’s Bart Millard, Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith, Chris Tomlin, Natalie Grant, and Steven Curtis Chapman. The music has a sweeping, cinematic feel, with forays into guitar-fueled rock (“No Compromise,” sung by Peter Furler) and twang-filled country (“Move in Me,” performed by Jeremy Camp) adding balance to this ballad-oriented set. Each track works to advance the dramatic narrative flow from the first moments of creation to Christ’s second coming. Standouts include Matthew West and Leigh Nash’s wide-eyed duet as Adam and Eve in “Good,” Todd Smith’s heroic interpretation of Job in “Broken Praise,” Francesca Barttistelli’s tender portrayal of Mary in “Be Born in Me,” and Mac Powell’s commanding embodiment of Jesus’ message in “When Love Sees You.”