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So Much Stuff I Can't Recall

Wednesday, March 23, 2005

Holy Moley! It's Holy Week at iTunes

Christian music is not a new category at iTunes Music Store, but I don't recall having seen so much added in a single week before. From old school to new, there's something for everyone (who has a computer and between 99 cents and a ten-spot). I've probably missed some, particularly in the straight-up gospel segment, and I've intentionally left off "kiddie music," but here's what's new at iTunes this week:

  • 2nd Chapter of Acts

  • Annie Herring

  • Audio Adrenaline

  • Barry McGuire

  • Bleach

  • Bride

  • Charlie Peacock

  • Chasing Furies

  • Cheri Keaggy

  • Chris Tomlin

  • Considering Lily

  • David Meece

  • DeGarmo & Key

  • Don Francisco

  • Eden's Bridge

  • The Elms

  • End Time Warriors

  • Geoff Moore

  • Grammatrain

  • Guardian

  • Iona

  • Jars of Clay

  • John Michael Talbot

  • John the Baptist

  • Jump5

  • Keith Green

  • Margaret Becker

  • Matt Redman

  • Michael Card

  • Mylon LeFevre

  • Newsboys

  • The Normals

  • Out of the Grey

  • Petra

  • PFR

  • Phil Keaggy

  • Point of Grace

  • Rebecca St. James

  • Ricky Warren

  • Sarah Masen

  • Scott Wesley Brown

  • Seven Day Jesus

  • Stephen Fry

  • Steve Camp

  • Steve Green

  • Steve Taylor

  • Steven Curtis Chapman

  • Stormie Omartian

  • Twila Paris

  • The Waiting

  • White Heart

  • Whitecross

  • ZOEgirl



There are a lot of compilations, too, including a personal favorite of mine: How the West Was One by A Band Called David/Phil Keaggy/2nd Chapter of Acts. I no longer have 36 free downloads and one track is available by album purchase only, so I may have to drop $17.00 for the double album.

Mikesell

1 Snarky Remarks:

You mention How the West Was One being available on iTunes and giving a dollar amount for the download. Last night I tried to download it and it said it wasn't available in the US. I found it in the UK store but I can't download from there evidently.

Any insights on why this isn't available in the US?
Anonymous Randy Chevrier, at 8:48 AM  

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