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CHRIS MEDWAY: WATCH OUT! MUSIC Christian children kids praise, worship and theatrical songs. Strange & Beautiful, Weird & Wonderful music
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Peak in sub-genre #11
This is a totally rocky way for kids (and adults) to learn Deuteronomy 6:5. It's become very popular with kids in Sunday School and that's even without the insane 'guitar' solo in the middle.
Peak position #93
Wave those scarves in the air, stamp you feet to the rhythm and chant 'What a Champion' with hoards of other Jesus Fans, and make that stadium shake.
Peak position #50
Aharr. This be a song about findin' treasure - bootiful treasure that lasts forever. Yarr, and all ye landlubbers better remember that it be TALK LIKE A PIRATE DAY every Sptember 19th.
Peak position #95
The opening and title track from the exciting new kids concept album. "H.E Trains apologise for the timely running of this service and any inconvenience this may cause you". "ALL ABOARD...."
Peak in sub-genre #25
When our long journey ends, we shall see what God has prepared for us.... This is the final song from "All Aboard the Heaven Express".
Peak in sub-genre #43
Popular children's praise song with a deliciously catchy chorus served on a bed of marimba rhythm with panpipe side dish and seasoned with tribal percussion. Yummy.
Peak in sub-genre #5
BOO! HISS! In the musical, this is Daniel’s first encounter with the baddies who would later plot to throw him into the lions' den. When the song fades out at the end, put your head close to the speakers and listen carefully (tee hee hee).
Peak in sub-genre #32
In the musical Daniel and his friends refuse to eat meat served to Babylonian idols. Monsieur Ashpenaz was worried that they might look unfit. To prove their fitness they had this contest. The announcer is a lion (of course).
Peak in sub-genre #24
Although Belshazzar is the most wretched character in the musical 'DANIEL -WATCH OUT!', this song is one of my favourites due to the demented vocals and even more demented guitar, particularly the solo in the middle.
Peak in sub-genre #7
A lion leans against a piano played by another lion and sings. They are joined by the king and other lions all singing in top hat and tails. Just another night in a musical really.
Peak in sub-genre #4
BOO HISS again. The baddies are plottting to 'book a one way ticket into the Lion's den' for Daniel. However they can't frame him with a crime because Daniel is 'squeaky clean' - but he does have a bad habit of praying!...
Peak in sub-genre #54
THIS IS IT! The part where Daniel goes to the Lions' den. The lions are treating it as some kind of game show where the prize is a meal with them 'pussy-cats'. The king is reluctant, the lions are impatient and sing many funnies whilst waiting.
Peak in sub-genre #40
This 'Ethno Rock' styled congregational song appears on the Internet Evangelism Day website where there's sheet music etc. Check out: http://ied.gospelcom.net/music.php and scroll down to the bottom of section 4. IE Day is late April every year.
Peak in sub-genre #37
Ethereal sounds of dizi (bamboo) flute, panpipes, marimbas, koto etc accompany this evocative song that follows the peaks and falls of a journey through life and how God sustains and strengthens us through turbulent 'winds' of trials and adversity.
Peak in sub-genre #42
The title of the piece is as long as the piece itself. One day I'd like to compose a symphonic suite based on Nebuchadnezzar, King of Babylon; meanwhile this 1 min 30 sec of orchestral bombast gives a taster.