Saviour King

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Saviour King
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Live album by Hillsong Worship
Released 1 July 2007
Recorded 18 March 2007
Venue Acer Arena, Sydney, Australia
Genre Contemporary worship music
Length 76:44
Label Hillsong
Producer Andrew Crawford, Joel Houston, Reuben Morgan
Hillsong Music Australia
Live praise & worship chronology
Mighty to Save
Saviour King
This Is Our God

Saviour King is the sixteenth album in the live praise and worship series of Christian Contemporary music by Hillsong Church. It debuted at No. 6 on the ARIA album chart on 9 July 2007,[1] while the DVD debuted at No. 2 on the DVD chart.[2] On the US Billboard Top Christian Albums Chart, it debuted at No. 5.

Making of the album[edit]

Saviour King was recorded live at the Acer Arena on 18 March 2007 by Darlene Zschech and the Hillsong team after the annual Hillsong Colour Conference. After many years at the Sydney Entertainment Centre, Hillsong Church moved the annual live album recording to the Acer Arena. This was also the last official album to feature Steve McPherson as a vocalist. McPherson is still a part of Hillsong Church as a publisher. Also, this was the last album in which Zschech appeared as a worship pastor.

The front cover depicts Hillsong Church congregation and the Hillsong Live logo, while the inverse side depicts Darlene Zschech, Reuben Morgan, Joel Houston and Marty Sampson.

Writing and composition[edit]

The album contains songs written and used in Hillsong Church from early 2006 to March 2007. Songs such as "I'm Not Ashamed" and "Here in My Life" were written earlier in 2006, while songs like "Lord of Lords", "In the Mystery" and "One Thing" were written around the time of the album recording. "Break Free", "Hosanna" and "Saviour King" were released on the Hillsong United album All of the Above.

The majority of songs were written by Marty Sampson, Reuben Morgan, Joel Houston, Brooke Fraser, Mia Fieldes and Ben Fielding. Matt Crocker from Hillsong United youth, who wrote songs on the Hillsong United EP In a Valley by the Sea, contributed to two songs.

Track listing (CD)[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Worship leader Length
1. "I'm Not Ashamed" Paul Andrew, Dylan Thomas Marty Sampson 4:25
2. "Break Free" Joel Houston, Matt Crocker, Scott Ligertwood Joel Houston 3:54
3. "In Your Freedom" Marty Sampson, Raymond Badham Marty Sampson 5:48
4. "You Are My Strength" Reuben Morgan Reuben Morgan 4:26
5. "Lord of Lords" Brooke Fraser Brooke Fraser 4:33
6. "One Thing" Marty Sampson, Darlene Zschech Darlene Zschech 6:16
7. "To Know Your Name" Matt Crocker Jad Gillies 5:55
8. "God of Ages" Ben Fielding Darlene Zschech, Reuben Morgan 4:50
9. "In the Mystery" Joel Houston Joel Houston 5:50
10. "You Saw Me" Reuben Morgan, Ben Fielding, Mia Fieldes Reuben Morgan 6:18
11. "Hosanna" Brooke Fraser Brooke Fraser, Darlene Zschech 6:16
12. "Here In My life" Mia Fieldes Darlene Zschech & Marcus Temu 5:53
13. "You are Faithful" Miriam Webster Darlene Zschech 4:37
14. "Saviour King" Marty Sampson, Mia Fieldes Marty Sampson 7:30
Total length: 76:44

Track listing (DVD)[edit]

  1. "Saviour King" [introduction] (Marty Sampson)
  2. "I'm Not Ashamed" (Marty Sampson)
  3. "Break Free" (Joel Houston)
  4. "Hosanna" (Brooke Fraser and Darlene Zschech)
  5. "Here in My Life" (Darlene Zschech)
  6. "You Are Faithful" (Darlene Zschech)
  7. "In Your Freedom" (Marty Sampson)
  8. "To Know Your Name" (Jad Gillies)
  9. "In the Mystery" (Joel Houston)
  10. "God of Ages" (Darlene Zschech and Reuben Morgan)
  11. "You Are My Strength" (Reuben Morgan)
  12. "One Thing" (Darlene Zschech)
  13. "Lord of Lords" (Brooke Fraser)
  14. "You Saw Me" (Reuben Morgan)
  15. "Saviour King" (Marty Sampson)


  • Darlene Zschech – worship pastor, executive producer, producer, senior worship leader, senior lead vocal
  • Phil Dooley – creative director, executive producer
  • Andrew Crawford – producer
  • Joel Houston – producer, United worship leader, acoustic guitar
  • Reuben Morgan – producer, worship leader, acoustic guitar, music director & arranger
  • Marty Sampson – worship leader, acoustic guitar
  • Jad Gillies – worship leader, acoustic guitar
  • Brooke Fraser – worship leader, acoustic guitar
  • Nigel Hendroff – electric guitar
  • Steve McPherson – other vocals
  • Paul Andrew – other vocals
  • Scott Bakken – other vocals
  • Julie Bassett – other vocals
  • Damian Bassett – other vocals
  • Debbie-Ann Bax – other vocals
  • Julie Cowdroy – other vocals
  • Kathryn De Araujo – other vocals
  • Jonathan Douglass (J.D) – other vocals
  • Katie Elmore – other vocals
  • Deborah Ezzy – other vocals
  • Mia Fields – other vocals
  • Karen Horn – other vocals
  • Sam Knock – other vocals
  • Kelista Puddle – other vocals
  • Katie Restivo – other vocals
  • Barry Southgate – other vocals
  • Katrina Tadman – other vocals
  • Marcus Temu – other vocals
  • Aaron Watson – other vocals
  • Holly Watson – other vocals
  • Ryan Watts Thomas – other vocals
  • Peter Kelly – percussion
  • Jason Blackbourn – percussion
  • Timon Klein – electric guitar
  • Nigel Henroff – electric guitar
  • Dylan Thomas – electric guitar
  • Mattew Tenikoff – bass guitar
  • Gian Peipman – bass guitar
  • Ntando MPofu – bass guitar
  • Ben Whincop – bass guitar
  • Dane Chrales – drums
  • Rolf Wam Fjell – drums
  • Simon Cobler – drums
  • Paul Mabury – drums
  • Hillsong Church Choir – choir


  1. ^ Australian Recording Industry Association. Top 50 Albums Chart. Australian Recording Industry Association; (9 July 2007). Retrieved 9 July 2007.
  2. ^ Australian Recording Industry Association. Top 40 DVD Chart. Australian Recording Industry Association; (9 July 2007). Retrieved 9 July 2007.

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