Worship Songs of the Vineyard | All the Earth Shall Worship

Early Vineyard recording which is extremely hard to find these days. Michael Knott’s name was misspelled on this release. Knott was a background vocalist for some or all of these songs.

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Label: Mercy Records
Format: Vinyl
Released: 1982
Genre: Worship
Producer: Ron Tutt
Singers: Albert Barry, Eddie Espinosa, Corlis Hutchinson, Joseph Key, Dave Kitchens, Rex & Chris Lynch, Marilyn Marvin, Mark Marvin, Jeanne Mayer, Valerie Rosenau, Greg Schauer, Jo Ann Seel, Diane Stauber, Ron Tutt, Carl Tuttle, Eloise Willey, John Wimber, John Lei, Michael Knot
Ron Tutt: Drums
John Wimber: Keyboards
Don Gerber: Guitars
Eddie Espinosa: Guitars
David Coy: Electric Bass
Jeff Lams: Keyboards & Synthesizers
01) Exodus XV 4:01 Frank Gallian
02) I Worship You 4:04 Tuttle
03) I Sing A New Song 2:35 Tuttle, Wimber
04) Holy Is The Lord 3:41 Brian L. Beshears
05) The Lord God Most High 3:13 Tuttle
06) Closer To Thee 3:36 Espinosa
07) I Only Want To Love You 3:21 Espinosa
08) Sweet Perfume 3:04 Wimber
09) All The Earth Shall Worship 6:01 Tuttle
10) Alleluia 3:39 Tuttle

3 thoughts on “Worship Songs of the Vineyard | All the Earth Shall Worship

  1. I have a copy of this on vinyl. Also, a copy of He’s worthy to be praised. Looking for the value of either, if you have any idea. As for misspelling Michael Knott’s name, they also misspelled John Lai’s last name on both albums. If you’d have any idea of what they’re worth (a very specialized market niche, I understand) I would appreciate your input.

    Thanks in advance.

    Ted Stevens

  2. I do know I have the cassette somewhere and I heard John Wimber remark at the Let Your Glory Fall worship conference in Columbus, OH in 1995 that the whole worship thing taking off like it did was a surprise to him when it happened. H referred to asking the guy selling these albums out of the trunk of his car how the sales were doing on the albums and the response was that they were on the third set of making them! I’ve never seen the Vinyl. I started picking the cassettes up when I joined the Vineyard in 1989. They are vinyl, so I would suggest checking with an actual record shop.

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