Light of the World - at Alpha.

posted: 5 Oct 2007 comments: 14category:

the-light-of-the-world-print-c10081280.jpeg Here we are with track 4 from the bookshop gig. Its called "Light of the World" Light of the World. It was truly one of the worst gigs of our career, but you know what, the sound engineer wasn't a christian, and he said he really enjoyed the banter and the music. Who knows what seeds were planted that night. I was at Alpha tonight and I was talking about how we can be sure about our faith. One of the points in the talk is that we can trust Jesus because when he makes...
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Hawks and Eagles

posted: 3 Oct 2007 comments: 0category:

who_burma.jpg Well the bookshop gig continues. In the next section recorded below, I begin to develop a bit of a rant. I start off talking about church going and end up introducing a song written by Ian Walker entitled "Hawks and Eagles fly like Doves." An amazingly sad song about the troubles in South Africa, yet full of hope. Desmond Tutu in his book , " No Future Without Forgiveness" at the very end, highlights the fact that no situation is ever too hopeless for God to step...
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Step out of the book shop and walk on water

posted: 29 Sep 2007 comments: 0category:

sunset-amazon.jpg I've always been attracted to bookshops and rivers. Here is a picture of the Amazon at Sunset. This picture reminds me that I'm always glad to be near the end of my journey when sunset happens on the Amazon. Sunset over the Amazon is also a time when you don't want to be stepping into the river. All kinds of wild life wakens up just after 5.30pm. Now if the river can be dangerous so can bookshops, as those who attended this concert can testify. Talking about...
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Bogle Band Tour 1998

posted: 28 Sep 2007 comments: 1category:

absings.jpg While preparing and doing some research for the next Bogle Band Album, I came across a pile of tapes from the Bogle Band Tour of the States in 1998. We spent a week in Minneapolis touring round Universities and Colleges. We even managed to play in Kieran's Irish Pub. However I discovered a recording of the day we played in the Edina Bookshop. I'll put some posts up over the next few days highlighting the concert. I think it was a classic. If you listen to my accent...
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