Kirk Franklin Concert Films
The Rebirth of Kirk Franklin
Runtime: 1 hr 41 minRecorded live at Houston's Lakewood Church, this collection of live performances and video clips features guest appearances by Bishop T.D. Jakes, Shirley Caesar, Crystal Lewis, Donnie McClurkin and more.
Whatcha Lookin' For
Kirk Franklin & the Family
Runtime: 1 hr 23 minSince his debut, 1993's Kirk Franklin & the Family, Kirk Franklin has been one of the brightest stars in contemporary gospel music. The album spent 100 weeks on the gospel charts (some of those on top), crossed over to the R&B charts, and became the first gospel debut album to go platinum. His second album, Kirk Franklin & the Family Christmas, became the genre's first Christmas album to make it to number one, and his 1996 album Whatcha Lookin' 4 went gold as soon as it was distributed.
The Gospel According to Jazz, Chapter IV
Runtime: 2 hr 27 minAfter a six-year wait, the much anticipated The Gospel According To Jazz, Chapter IV is finally here with a benchmark for live recording, nuanced performance and deep improvisation at the most profoundly felt, thoughtfully conceived, personal level. Kirk Whalum’s insightful and revelatory narrative enriches the whole experience, with an up-close and personal look at the heart of the artist and his art. The Gospel According to Jazz, Chapter IV is an invitation to pause, hear and “see” in a fresh, prescient way; it is also a tribute album that is uniquely gospel-centric. Honored are heads of state (Mandela and Obama), departed and greatly respected and loved artists (George Duke, Wayman Tisdale and John Coltrane), alongside mothers (Kirk’s, and yours if you like) and a homeless woman Whalum came to call friend (“Nannette”). In myriad ways, the gospel’s welcome is declared and displayed with eloquence and power.
Kirk Franklin Top Tracks
Sovereign: An Evening Of Worship
Michael W. Smith
Runtime: 1 hr 11 minSovereign: An Evening of Worship is a special concert filmed at Smith’s barn in Franklin, Tenn. features guest appearances from Kari Jobe and Leeland Mooring. The presentation also include special behind the scenes footage and content with Smith discussing the inspiration behind Sovereign.
Christmas in Nashville
Runtime: 45 minChristmas Live in Nashville was recorded in front of a live audience at the Pepsi Studio Gallery on the grounds of the historic Fontanel Mansion in Nashville, TN. It features a 45 minute concert performance utilizing the finest musicians in Nashville. A string section and horn ensemble bring to life 12 flawlessly performed Christmas songs
Deitrick Haddon's LXW (League of Xtraordinary Worshippers)
Runtime: 1 hr 12 minWith incredible foot-stompin hand clappin house rockin' songs, captivating choreography & swag, this full-length concert will put choir music back on the map; center stage! This concert release features guest performances by historical champions of choir music; award winning luminaries such as Donald Lawrence, Hezekiah Walker & Ricky Dillard all started by the hit "Great God" ...
Live in Concert An Unforgettable Evening
Runtime: 1 hr 56 minYolanda Adams Live In Concert - An Unforgettable Evening is a beautiful representation of Adams' enormous contribution to the world of gospel music. This set includes powerful renditions of "The Only Way," "My Everything" and "Let Us Worship Him."
Live In London And More
Runtime: 1 hr 46 minDonnie McClurkin's voice has become one of universal solace and encouragement. You now have a front-row seat to this concert event that features Donnie, his signature voice, and a captivated UK audience. This recording of Live in London and More... was filmed before a packed house at the famous Fairfield Hall in Croydon, England and offers Donnie's flawless and timeless renditions of the songs you have grown to love, including "Caribbean Medley," "Who Would've Thought..." featuring Marvin Winans, and "Just for Me." Also included is live and concept video footage of 2001's Gospel Song of the Year, "We Fall Down."
Runtime: 1 hr 26 minMultiple Stellar Award-winner, Grammy-nominee, and perennial gospel music favorite, Marvin Sapp, has succeeded in establishing himself as one of the most recognizable voices in gospel music. Sapp declared himself "not a singer who can preach, but rather a preacher who just happens to sing," and he does both with the case of Thirsty. For Thirsty, Sapp teamed up with producers Aaron Lindsey, Myron Butler, his choir Levi, and New Breed. The concert film was recorded live, before a capacity crowd. It also include a special, behind-the scenes montage.
Heart. Passion. Pursuit.: Live at Passion City Church
Tasha Cobbs Leonard
Runtime: 1 hr 14 minGRAMMY Award-winning worship singer songwriter Tasha Cobbs Leonard releases her most ambitious and intimate project to date 'Heart. Passion. Pursuit.' Gathering into one room a world-class group of musicians and singers, including 25 worship leaders of various cultures from around the nation, Cobbs Leonard embarked on an epic week of in-studio live recording at Atlanta's famed Doppler Studios. The result is a universal Kingdom sound of worship.
Of Dirt and Grace
Runtime: 1 hr 28 minThe essence and inspiration of the album Empires was the beatitudes and it was always an aspiration to film where Jesus preached the Sermon on the Mount and to present the songs in a live format. Filmed in Jerusalem and surrounding areas, this is a unique take on many of the songs from United's most recent release, Empires. With breathtaking imagery and impacting visuals and audio, this live project is one of the most unique to come out of Hillsong.
There is More
Runtime: 1 hr 12 minIn Genesis 32 we read the story of Jacob wrestling with God through the night. On the other side of Jacob’s divine encounter was a new name, a new blessing, a new identity and a new way of walking (literally). Will we be a worshipping people who are not content to sleep through the night (spiritually speaking) and wake in the morning unchanged? Like Jacob, will we enter into the wrestle with God, dare to know Him more intimately and be changed in the process? This is the premise for Hillsong Worship’s 26th live praise and worship album. The title, “THERE IS MORE”, truly is a statement-of-belief more than a record title. As Brooke Ligertwood writes, “THERE IS MORE at stake than we dare realize - souls, communities, families, nations on the other side of our wrestle through the night seasons. Our personal freedom is for corporate revival. THERE IS MORE of God and more to God and His love than we can possibly conceive of.” With songs such as, “Who You Say I Am”, “Be Still”, “The Passion” and “New Wine”, “THERE IS MORE” strikes the balance of contemplative devotion and powerful declarations of praise for both individuals and congregations alike.