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by Root Worship Project

Intentional and introspective lyrics set to globally influenced music styles comprised of twenty different instruments.
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Christian
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1. Crown of Stars
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2. The Stain
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3. My Father's Garden
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4. Burning Bush (Song of Moses)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Root Worship Project. Three words. ROOT: A return to old world instruments, language and methods. WORSHIP: The primary reason we exist is to bring an offering to God. PROJECT: We want to bring ideas into play that are outside the norms you hear on the radio, Sunday service, or special event worship nights. The project side is where we really want to explore and experiment. Using native instruments like the Fujara, Saz, Tar, Duduk and more. Imagine a time of worship with a cello, kalimba, sitar and a hand pan (or hang drum). RWP hopes to bring this into local venues in your town, their town and that town.

RWP believes worship should also become more localized. Yes, its nice to sing what "the big guys" write, so that churches have a common voice lifting to heaven, but we need focused worship as well.
Its like farm to table. We buy local, shop local, watch local news channels etc. Why not worship local? Don't WE have something to say? Aren't there musicians and songwriters here, in this town that have something to say about or to the Father that is relatable?

RWP believes that worship Is testimony. If your testimony is constantly changing and growing to relate new experiences with God, your worship should reflect that growth and change.

Root Worship Project aims to be:

*Homegrown- it just tastes better.

*Organic- No cheap lyrics, or artificial intelligence.

*Intentional -It's an offering of time and self beyond our "10%" Sunday Church worship.

*Inward- not self worship, but between you and God. Soul speak, A"Hagah" moment, groanings and utterings.

Introspective- A conscious conversation with God about ones relationship and standing with Him.

Meditative-A look back in one's walk with God to see what He has done, is doing and will do. A reflection on His promises, faithfulness and character.

Scripture centered- We believe in doctrinally sound lyrics and story telling.

Self manifesting-This is the heart of RWP music. RWP does not create a place or time "for" worship. We surrender space for worship to manifest itself.

RWP music draws from every tribe, tongue and nation. Incorporating indigenous instruments, language, voice, dance and methods of worship and turns it toward the living God.

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