Psalm 51

Psalm 51 mp3

This is a tune that my friends Jeff, Dean and I did together. It’s a meditation on this Psalm. I’m actually going to work on a version with words… but this one I wanted to leave wide open for people to pray with.

I’m seeing this everywhere though. God’s renewal and rebirth. He rearranges our lives and handles us with great care and love. Our God is a big God!

But you read it… dwell on it… pray it.


6 thoughts on “Psalm 51

  1. Ted Yoder

    Hey John, this is so amazing. I was listening through it and turned to Donna and said, “he needs to put some HD to this” and then there it was. ๐Ÿ™‚ Very well done my friend. You did some great building in this song. It’s going to go straight to my ipod. Awesome rocky feel. It seems like a cross between Third Day and Rich. Very, very nice. If you do put words to this make sure and keep an instrumental version available. Keep playing bro. Love ya.

    1. John Cullimore Post author

      Ted, thanks so very much for the encouragement, what a compliment. Now I’ve got to go deflate my head. If I do a version with words, it’ll probably be mostly me, my guitar and hd… not all of the extras. I’ll leave this the way it is.

      1. Ted Yoder

        Did you do all the instruments? And did you do this at your place or did you go somewhere else? I have some HD songs that I need to put down and then I need some instrumentation behind them. I was thinking of guitars similar to what you did here. Maybe I could send them to you when I get them done and see if we could work some stuff out together.

      2. John Cullimore Post author

        Yes, my friends and I did all the instruments, but some are synth… I won’t tell which. HD is real ๐Ÿ˜‰ With a lot of stuff though, I’m really finding it to be fun to do some extreme mixing… ie; panning things exceedingly wide to make really spacious sounds. Steve Hindalong does this sort of thing often.

        I’d get a real kick out of putting guitars or your stuff, could be a lot of fun… Those guitars were just plugged in with a DI because I wanted a more jangly and thin sound… not much to eq.

        We record in my bedroom. It’s the best sounds I’ve ever had. We’ve tried building a studio environment and such… what a pain. Nothing beats the sound of your room with your bed, furniture and curtains and all in there to absorb excess echo. It’s great. We use cheap mics and we love it!

  2. Becky Milam

    I like it! Very fun and yet peaceful. Wish I had a whole cd of music like that. Can’t get enough instrumental stuff.


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