Cooking Breakfast for the One I Love: Annette Hanshaw

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  1. Spaceman Says:

    Es Domingo, some worship musica

  2. Spaceman Says:

    My nephew Greg on the right hand side of the screen – hat, yellow stratocaster. Traveled with St. James a couple a couple of years afore having to make an actual living. Music a tough biz.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJ0PjTYDwS8

    This song is a worship standard done by many groups – check out the Newsboys live from Dallas version. Song structure strikes me remarkably akin to U2 – With or Without You.

    • katry Says:

      Spaceman,
      At first it was too dark to make him out then the singer walked over and there he was. I think that traveling and doing music is a great way to live before starting a living.

      I listened to the whole song. The youtubes you have sent me to have given me an entirely different view of Christian music. I was of the don’t they sing hymns school of thought.

  3. Spaceman Says:

    Raised Presbyterian. Mostly Methodist as adult. Started migrating away from traditional services maybe a dozen years ago. Non-denominational now and I don’t think I could ever go back to traditional. The Word is unchanging, but the manner in which it is presented does and should. Many Catholic churches now have a contemporary service.

    • katry Says:

      Spaceman,
      Raised Catholic but veered away during college. The world was changing and the Catholic church didn’t recognize the need to change, still doesn’t in many ways. I can’t abide a church of exclusion.

  4. Spaceman Says:

    Catholic church is modernizing especially as driven by the Church in South America and the Church in Africa. I think the new Pope will accelerate that process. I also wandered away from college for a couple decades.

    • katry Says:

      Spaceman,
      The Catholic church in Africa is a hybrid. It is not the same Catholic church I know but one with elements from traditions, tribal traditions, which gives it strength in numbers. The Catholic church here hasn’t fundamentally changed-its trappings have but not its credo.


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