Live from Austin Music Hall

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Live from Austin Music Hall
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Live album by Chris Tomlin
Released December 27, 2005
Recorded September 18, 2005
Venue Austin Music Hall in Austin, Texas, United States
Genre CCM, worship
Length 41:30
Label Sparrow / sixsteps / EMI CMG
Producer Ed Cash
Chris Tomlin chronology
Arriving
(2004)
Live from Austin Music Hall
(2005)
See the Morning
(2006)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
Jesus Freak Hideout 3.5/5 stars[2]

Live from Austin Music Hall is the first live album by Chris Tomlin, released in 2005. The album was recorded at Austin Music Hall on September 18, 2005. The Austin Music Hall was packed. The album was dedicated to the 2000 who were turned away at the door.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Original studio recording on Length
1. "Indescribable" Jesse Reeves, Laura Story Arriving 4:56
2. "Forever" Chris Tomlin The Noise We Make 5:46
3. "Kindness" Reeves, Tomlin, Louie Giglio The Noise We Make 4:25
4. "Unchanging (Raise Up Holy Hands)" Tomlin Not to Us 5:45
5. "On Our Side" Reeves, Tomlin, Ed Cash Arriving 5:20
6. "This Is Our God" (featuring David Crowder) Reeves, Tomlin The Noise We Make 5:57
7. "How Great Is Our God" Reeves, Tomlin, Cash Arriving 5:11
8. "Famous One" Reeves, Tomlin Not to Us 4:10
Total length: 41:30

Personnel[edit]

  • Chris Tomlin – lead vocals, acoustic guitar, piano
  • Daniel Carson – electric guitars, background vocals
  • Jesse Reeves – bass guitar, background vocals
  • Travis Nunn – drums
  • Ed Cash – acoustic guitar, mandolin, piano, background vocals, producer, mixing
  • David Crowder – acoustic guitar and guest vocals on "This Is Our God"
  • Seth Walker – guest vocals on "On Our Side"
  • Cary Pierce – background vocals on "How Great Is Our God"
  • Louie Giglio – executive producer
  • Brad O'Donnell – executive producer
  • David Habegger – mobile recording engineer
  • Watermark Communications – mobile recording facility
  • Russ Long – recording engineer
  • Tommy Kinnard – house engineer
  • Joseph Logsdon – assistant engineer
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • Gateway Mastering, Portland, Massachusetts – mastering location
  • Jess Chambers – A&R administration
  • Holly Meyers – A&R administration
  • Jan Cook – creative director
  • Marcus Melton – art direction and design
  • Kaysie Dorsey – photography

References[edit]

  1. ^ Live from Austin Music Hall at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Chris Tomlin, "Live From Austin Music Hall" Review". Jesusfreakhideout.com. 2005-12-27. Retrieved 2016-07-09.