John Barnett | Eye of the Storm

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Eye of the Storm

by John Barnett

"Congregational Americana", worship music with musical flavors of country, folk and a little rock thrown in.
Genre: Spiritual: Alternative CCM
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1. Worthy Is the Lord
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2. Heaven Came Down
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3. All Things New
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4. Eye of the Storm
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5. You Are Worthy
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6. I Bless Your Name
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7. You Are Good
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8. All Is Well
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9. Blessed Lamb of God
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10. My Beloved
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
To say that John is a veteran songwriter is a bit of an understatement. For at least two decades John has stayed out of the limelight while quietly penning such songs as "Holy And Anointed One", "Father Of Lights" and "Throne Of Grace" among many others that are sung in churches around the world. This current project "Eye Of The Storm" was recorded and produced by John at his home studio in Montana. In describing the style of music, John says, "I call it Congregational Americana. Most of the songs are pretty congregational and there are a few that are extremely personal. I just wanted to capture who I am musically and at a deeper level the things I believe in".


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