“For The Faithful”

Vocals of Popular Church Hymns with Instrumental Combo

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My worship CD, "For The Faithful," is finally finished. I began selecting and writing songs for this in 2007. The biggest part of the delay was because I lost my house, recording studio, and all my music and recording equipment in the "Harris Fire" on October 21, 2007. After I was able to rebuild the house and construct a workable studio in a spare bedroom, I started working on the project once again. It is a collection of twelve praise and worship songs, including four originals. The rest of the songs are popular church hymns from "a few years ago," before all the modern music took over the worship service in the church. We sang some great timeless hymns back then, and I hope you will enjoy hearing some of them again.

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Track List

Somebody Touched Me

The Old Rugged Cross

The Merciful Plea

How Great Thou Art


High Time In My Life

The Full Armor Of God

Just A Closer Walk With Thee

The Lily Of The Valley

Softly And Tenderly

I'll Fly Away

Why Me, Lord?

Color CD Cover Art

Print your own CD J-case inserts to give your free CD a professional look. Feel welcome to make copies of the CD for your friends and family as gifts.

For The Faithful CD Case Inserts

For The Faithful CD Inside Liner Notes

Album Credits

Guitars, vocals and Yamaha keyboard: Tom Smerk
Backing vocals: Linda Lee Burnett, Don Thompson, Billy Madla, Tom Smerk
Mixing & Engineering: Tom Smerk - Audio Barn Studio, Dulzura, CA
Mastering: Jim Burnett - Upper Room Studio, Santee, CA

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