Shout to the Lord 2000

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Shout to the Lord 2000
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Live album by
Released5 January 1999
Recorded6–10 July 1998
VenueHillsong '98 The Conference at the State Sports Centre
GenrePraise & worship
Length74:10
LabelIntegrity/Hosanna! Music/Word
ProducerRussell Fragar, Darlene Zschech, Chris Thomason (Executive), Don Moen (Executive)
Hillsong Music Australia
Hosanna! Music chronology
Shout to the Lord
(1996)
Shout to the Lord 2000
(1999)

Shout to the Lord 2000 is a live praise and worship album of contemporary worship music by Hillsong. The album appeared on the Billboard 200 and reached No. 8 on the Top Contemporary Christian Albums Chart.[1]

Making of the album[edit]

Shout to the Lord 2000 was recorded live at the 1998 Hillsong Conference by Darlene Zschech and the Hillsong team. Ron Kenoly and Alvin Slaughter also appear on this album. It was recorded at the State Sports Centre as well.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Can't Stop Talking" (Russell Fragar)
  2. "Friends in High Places" (Fragar)
  3. "God Is in the House" (Fragar & Darlene Zschech)
  4. "All Things Are Possible" (Zschech)
  5. "Jesus Is Alive" (Ron Kenoly)
  6. "Breathe on Me" (Lucy Fisher)
  7. "My Heart Will Trust" (Reuben Morgan)
  8. "The Potter's Hand" (Zschech)
  9. "Love You So Much" (Fragar)
  10. "That's What We Came Here For" (Fragar & Zschech)
  11. "My Redeemer Lives" (Morgan)
  12. "God Is Good" (Alvin Slaughter)
  13. "Shout to the Lord" (Zschech)
  14. "Glory to the King" (Zschech)
  15. "Eagle's Wings" (Morgan)
  16. "Hear Our Praises" (Morgan)

Credits[edit]

  • David Moyse - Guitar, Engineer
  • Jeff Todd - Engineer, Post Production Engineer
  • Darlene Zschech - Arranger, Producer, Worship Leader, Vocal Director
  • Chris Springer - A&R
  • Mark Stevens - Vocals
  • David Riley - Design
  • Reuben Morgan - Guitar (Acoustic)
  • Megan Parker - Saxophone
  • Russell Fragar - Piano, Engineer, Post Production Engineer, Producer, Arranger
  • Cameron Wade - Director, Technical Director
  • Matt Damico - Mixing Assistant
  • Ross Peacock - Drums
  • Chris Miline - Percussion
  • Rick Peteriet - Drums
  • Bart Elsmore - Engineer, Post Production Engineer
  • Greg Hughes - Trombone
  • Mark Gregory - Trumpet
  • Lisa Young- Vocals
  • Donia Gandjou - Vocals
  • Nick Asha - Engineer
  • Trevor Beck - Engineer, Post Production Engineer, Assistant Engineer
  • Erica Crocker - Vocals
  • Lucy Fisher - Vocals
  • Craig Gower - Keyboards, Vocals
  • Scott Haslem - Vocals, Vocal Director
  • Michael Cuthbertson - Director, Technical Director
  • Ruth Grant - Choir Director
  • Hills Christian Life Centre Choir - Choir, Chorus
  • Karen Parker -Saxophone
  • Chris Thomason - Executive Producer
  • Don Moen - Executive Producer
  • Ron Davis - Engineer, Mixing
  • Alvin Slaughter - Vocals, Performer
  • Matt Barnes - Engineer
  • Ron Kenoly - Leader, Performer

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hillsong Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved 21 June 2014.