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David Krienke | Climbing Higher

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Climbing Higher

by David Krienke

Gospel Americana Roots Music
Genre: Spiritual: Inspirational
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1. Come, Ye Thankful People, Come
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2. I Need Thee Every Hour
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3. I Give You My Song
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4. Trust and Obey
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5. I Love to Tell the Story
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6. Climbing Higher
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7. I Know That My Redeemer Lives
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8. Tis so Sweet to Trust in Jesus
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9. I Remember
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10. At the Cross
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11. Deeper, Deeper
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Album Notes
I consider "Climbing Higher" by best album, production-wise. There's some interesting instrumentation included, like a pan flute riff on "At the Cross", harpsichord on "I Know That My Redeemer Lives", and a string ensemble joined by a ethereal choir on the title song.
The opening song is a variation on the classic Thanksgiving hymn, "Come, Ye Thankful People, Come". The rest of the album continues in the same tradition as my other releases, mostly with original variations of classic hymns. But, there are three original compositions in the mix.
"I Give You My Song" is of an autobiographical nature, and refers to my life journey, and ministry.
"I Remember" is actually one of my earliest compositions. It was written in 1980, the year I graduated high school. I used to play it with a local bar-band called "Justus", that I was with in the 80's. It was originally a love ballad called "What We're Missing", and the words were completely different.
The title song, "Climbing Higher" is my first instrumental composition, and has to do with a desire to attain greater heights in my spiritual walk. The melody I attribute to the Holy Spirit, since it just began flowing from me while I was playing during prayer at church. It still gives me goose-bumps when I hear it.

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