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|Paul Wilbur||Primary Artist|
|Mark Baldwin||Acoustic Guitar, Bouzouki, Electric Guitar, Classical Guitar|
|Denise Johnson||Background Vocals|
|Blair Masters||Organ, Keyboard Accordian|
|The Nashville String Machine||Strings|
|Leslie Norton||French Horn|
|Jimmie Lee Sloas||Bass|
|Chris Rodriguez||Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar|
|Karthi Masters||Background Vocals|
|Klaus Meyer||Double Bass|
|Teresa Morton||Choir Director|
|Tim Davis||Background Vocals|
|Michael Coleman||Liner Notes|
|Mark Baldwin||overdub engineer|
|Don Moen||Executive Producer|
|Chuck King||Music Direction|
|Paul Mills||Arranger, Producer, Vocal Arrangements, overdub engineer, Vocal Engineer|
|Buddy Jackson||Art Direction|
|Jeff Pitzer||Engineer, Piano Engineer|
|Chris Thomason||Executive Producer|
|Tim Davis||Vocal Arrangements|
Posted October 1, 2010
The album is fantastic. For worship, driving music, or background, it provides spiritual nourishment. Messianic Jews and Christians alike will find something of real value, plus the entertainment factor is WOW.
The fact that it was performed in Israel at the first Jubilee in about 2000 years makes it very significant for me. I have the DVD of Paul Wilbur's 'A Night of Extravagant Worship' and can just imagine the stage performance of 'Jerusalem Alive' - makes me really want to go to Israel.
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Posted May 3, 2014
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