Broken and Poured Out – free MP3
In the past I had written a piece on the Bueltmann’s band known as “Sibling Harmony.” The write-up focused on a song called “Broken and Poured Out”; a song about the Lord’s Supper and it’s meaning in our lives. You can now get your own copy of the song for free at Thrivent.com (scroll down to the bottom row of the table) at the following website:
This song is a must have for your musical library for several reasons; it’s biblical, it’s singable in a corporate setting, the music is well suited to the lyrics and it’s subject matter is a sacrament (Communion); but my favorite reason is that the song includes a spoken scripture reading buried into the lyrics which is something that you don’t find very often. As a matter of fact, my MP3 player is loaded with Christian music and the only other song that I own that includes a scripture reading is Jennie Riddle’s “Revelation Song” where Don Moen reads from Rev 4, so this is indeed a unique feature.
“Broken and Poured Out” is closely based on Matthew 26:26-29, Mark 14:22-24, Luke 22:14-20 and 1 Corinthians 10:16-17; 11:23-29.
You can read a thorough review of the song at the following blogsite:
As an added bonus, Sibling Harmony is offering three free downloads of their latest CD for the first three readers of this blog post who visit www.CDBaby.com and use one of the following codes:
At the very bottom of the page; click on: “Redeem Download Cards” then type in one of the codes above (or use copy and paste). Each code is good for only one download, so the first three people will get the song files. You will have to register to receive the music but CDBaby will not ask for a credit card.
I’m told that a lead sheet will also be available for download at their webiste in the near future (www.siblingharmony.com).
Nice job Sibling Harmony and thanks for sharing your music.