Ancient and modern, old yet new, the four traditional hymns on the King Of Love EP have been given inspirational contemporary interpretations.
The King Of Love was first worked on in London for a TV broadcast and this updated version has been reworked and re-mastered. When I Survey The Wondrous Cross, Take My Life And Let It Be and There Is A Green Hill are all well known hymns, and have been re-imagined with new melodies and poetic additions illuminating the familiar texts.
Featuring Nick Beggs and Troy Donockley.
The King Of Love
Words: H.W. Baker, 1868.
Music: Traditional Irish folk melody arranged David Clifton © 1996 IQ Music
David Clifton: Vocals, Acoustic & Electric Guitars, Mandolin
Steve Creese: Drums and Percussion
Nick Beggs: Bass Guitar
Tim Oliver: Keyboards
Troy Donockley: Uilleaun Pipes
When I Survey The Wondrous Cross
Words: Isaac Watts, 1707.
Music: Traditional folk melody arranged David Clifton © 2018 IQ Music
David Clifton: Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Drums: Jason Roller
Double Bass: Preston Davis
Violin: Bethany Hankins
Take My Life And Let It Be
Words: Francis R Havergal 1874.
Music: David Clifton & Phil Baggaley © 1999 IQ Music/Little Room Music
David Clifton: Vocals, Acoustic, Electric & Bass Guitars, Percussion
Cello: Jo Garcia
There Is A Green Hill (acoustic version)
Words: Adapted from the hymn by C.F Alexander
Music: David Clifton, Phil Baggaley, Ian Blythe © 2001 IQ Music/Little Room Music
David Clifton: Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin
Art & Design: Hope Fishburn
Recorded in London, England UK and Knoxville, Tennessee USA
LRMCD12 (P) & © Little Room Recordings 2018