Worship Duets (2013)
Graham's 2013 album is a unique and compelling project that goes further up and further in, drawing the worshipper in to songs of substance that enrich and inspire.
Worship Duets consists of 10 songs each written and recorded with another songwriter and worship leader. From Matt Redman to Reuben Morgan, Darlene Zschech to Paul Baloche, Stuart Townend, Michael W Smith and his British namesake Martin, plus Rend Collective Experiment and Jon Egan of Desperation Band, Worship Duets is a rich tapestry woven throughout so much of the global Church today.
Everybody knows that collaboration leads to innovation, and the creativity that seeps out of Worship Duets is tangible. These are special moments that have been created by Graham in collaboration with some of leading songwriters today. The album runs deep with significance as different ages, nations and theological backgrounds all unite around true worship of God.
Graham says "Of all the recording projects I have done [and I stopped counting some while ago] this is one of the most unusual. The idea was to collaborate with other worship writers, then record each song as a duet. I was excited and intrigued by the thought of fresh songs emerging from a community of worship leaders with such a diversity of writing style, musicianship, voice and generation. I am delighted with the outcome, and I hope you will be too."
June 2013 (Make Way Music/Integrity)
White Cabin Studios and Berwick Lane by Jim Dineen and Nathan Nockels
Neil Costello at ICC Studios
Drums: Ashley Appling
Bass: Pat Malone
Guitars, Keyboards, Percussion & Background Vocals: Nathan Nockels
The Servant King” features The Rend Collective Experiment
Drums on “The Servant King”: Gareth Gilkenson
Bass on “The Servant King”: Patrick Thompson
Electric and Acoustic Guitars on “The Servant King”: Chris Llewellyn