MP3 Jason Bare - Beautiful Design
Contemporary Christian Artist Jason Bare delivers this remarkable collection of songs with driving rhythms and soaring vocals, combined with a positive message that is sure to lift your heart!
11 MP3 Songs in this album (47:48) !
Related styles: Spiritual: Contemporary Christian, Spiritual: Inspirational, Christian
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On his new CD, Beautiful Design, produced by Loren Barton (Coko, Felicia Barton) and Nathan Walters (former vocalist with Plus One), Jason melds his love of worship with what he describes as his “need to wail.” After spending a lifetime growing up in church as a preacher’s kid, attending Lee University and traveling as part of the Lee Singers, honing his songwriter skills and releasing two national songs, and dedicating 14 years to leading congregations in corporate praise & worship, Jason is moving in a bolder direction with his music.
The title song of the CD reflects Jason’s new-found courage of conviction. He explains, “I’ve struggled for many years with a low self-confidence and a fear that I was unable to accomplish what I believed was God’s calling on my life. This song reflects the realization that I am God’s creation and His design never fails. I hope it reminds listeners that they are fearfully and wonderfully made and encourages them to ask God to paint in them what He would have them to be.”
Indeed, encouragement abounds on Beautiful Design with tunes such as “Touch the Sky,” “You Found Me,” and “I Can’t Escape You,” all co-penned by Jason. The two tunes co-written with Nathan Walters are truly polar opposites. “Blame” is a haunting introspective song with lyrics such as “Lost my way and sense of direction / Faded away with the time I was wasting / I keep placing fault on someone else / I’m making excuses for myself / Drowning out the voice inside that says/You’ve got nobody else to blame.” The second Walters/Bare song is the bonus Christmas tune “For the First Time.”