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Enter the Worship Circle

Enter the Worship Circle

Enter the Worship Circle


This creative wellspring was established in 1993 by Ben and Robin Pasley, the creators and producers of the best selling Enter The Worship Circle family of recordings including the tribal First Circle, Second Circle, Third Circle and NEW RELEASE: Fourth Circle; and don't forget the electro-pop fusion Village Thrift featuring Todd Berger; and the acoustic Chair and Microphone, Vol. 1, Vol. 2, and Vol. 3. Their studios are in Woodland Park, CO. Ben and Robin began their musical careers as the highly acclaimed 100 Portraits. Read more on Last.fm
This creative wellspring was established in 1993 by Ben and Robin Pasley, the creators and producers of the best selling Enter The Worship Circle family of recordings including the tribal First Circle, Second Circle, Third Circle and NEW RELEASE: Fourth Circle; and don't forget the electro-pop fusion Village Thrift featuring Todd Berger; and the acoustic Chair and Microphone, Vol. 1, Vol. 2, and Vol. 3.

Their studios are in Woodland Park, CO. Ben and Robin began their musical careers as the highly acclaimed 100 Portraits. Enter the Worship Circle is a unique kind of worship recording. While most such recordings contain covers of the worship standards, all of the Worship Circle albums feature all original songs inspired by the Psalms, and a very talented collection of friends and fellow worshipers playing the music in a "one take" live recording.

http://www.entertheworshipcircle.com/ Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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