Saturday, February 11, 2006


Given that my Winds of Worship series has become the very embodiment of success, sweeping across the whole world with its subtle and moving lyrics, here, here, here, here, here and here, not to mention here, readers will be glad to know that there are now enough songs to make a CD.

To recap the contents:
  1. Only by works
  2. Hip hip
  3. Not satisfied, by Ben Myers.
  4. God
  5. Edomites, by Sean Winter (in the comments)
  6. Edomites (Myers’ Brain Remix), also in the comments
  7. Fluffy, by Simon H
  8. I love it, by Simon H
  9. Holy and you know it
  10. Dance Floor Diva


At 7/05/2007 8:30 AM, Anonymous Ross said...

A workmate told me about this. These songs are seriously warped.

At 7/05/2007 9:38 AM, Anonymous Chris Tilling said...

Hi Ross,
I assume the last word of your comment involves a typo and you meant to write "awesome". For a small fee (99.99€) you can purchase your own copy to listen on your walkman, introduce to your home group, play at parties etc.
You know you want to.

At 7/06/2007 6:57 AM, Anonymous Ross said...

Right you are. Who needs Graham Kendrick or Hillsong? These songs are the go. If I was in music ministry, I'd get my church to start singing them. The sentiments expressed in "Fluffy" aren't that far removed from some of their stuff.

At 7/06/2007 9:07 PM, Anonymous Chris Tilling said...


Roll over Hillsong, Wesley, etc.

But as you say, Fluffy was almost worthy of being sung in some churches!

At 7/14/2007 9:58 AM, Anonymous Robin Parry said...


These songs are wonderful! I especially love "Fluffy" - I must make sure we use it with the church!
If this kind of thing appeals to you then you will LOVE Nick Page's book "And Now Let's Move into a Time of Nonsense" (Authentic Books). It's all about how to write good worship lyrics. I split my sides laughing when I read it.


At 7/15/2007 12:36 PM, Anonymous Chris Tilling said...

Hi Robin,
Thanks! And my friend Simon wil be thrilled you liked 'Fluffy'! I really should get Nick Page's book ...


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