We Cry Out: The Worship Project

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We Cry Out: The Worship Project
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Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 24, 2010
GenreCCM, praise and worship music
Length50:04
LabelBEC
ProducerBrown Bannister, Jeremy Camp
Jeremy Camp chronology
Jeremy Camp Live
(2009)
We Cry Out: The Worship Project
(2010)
Christmas: God With Us
(2012)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Christian Music Zine4/5 stars[1]
Jesus Freak Hideout2.5/5 stars[2]

We Cry Out: The Worship Project is the seventh studio album from contemporary Christian musician Jeremy Camp. It was released on August 24, 2010, and peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Christian Albums Charts and No. 15 on the Billboard 200.[3]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Jesus Saves"Nick Herbert, Tim Hughes3:48
2."Not Ashamed"Jeremy Camp, Jon Egan4:15
3."The Way"Jeremy Camp, Grant Dryden, Brad Peens, Rob Williams3:57
4."Mighty to Save"Ben Fielding, Reuben Morgan5:23
5."We Cry Out"Brenton Brown, Jeremy Camp3:57
6."You Are the Lord"Jeremy Camp, Matt Maher4:22
7."Everlasting God"Brenton Brown, Ken Riley4:06
8."Overcome"Jon Egan8:04
9."You Never Let Go"Beth Redman, Matt Redman4:30
10."Unrestrained"Jeremy Camp3:15
11."King Jesus"Jeremy Camp4:42
Total length:50:04

The deluxe edition of We Cry Out features three acoustic versions of songs from the album, and one new song.

Personnel[edit]

  • Lead vocals: Jeremy Camp
  • Drums: Leif Skartland
  • Percussion: Ken Lewis and Eric Darken
  • Bass guitar: Walton B. Smith
  • Electric guitars: Randy Williams, Andy Davis and Jerry McPherson
  • Acoustic guitar: Scott Dente
  • Piano and keyboards: Jacob Sooter, Blair Masters and Brown Bannister
  • Additional programming, percussion and keyboards: Brown Bannister
  • Background vocals: Adrienne Camp, Luke Brown and Jeremy Camp
  • Choir on "Jesus Saves", "Overcome", and "Mighty to Save": Debi Selby, Michelle Swift, Terry White, Aimee Joy Weimer, Jennifer Paige, Missi Hale, Felicia Wolfe and Tom Lane
  • Choir on "The Way": Joy of Africa Choir; directed by Hector Mjana and Brad Peens
Production
  • Produced by Brown Bannister
  • Co-produced by Jeremy Camp
  • Executive Producers: Brandon Ebel and Tyson Paoletti
  • Tracked by Steve Bishir at Dark Horse Studio (Franklin, TN), assisted by Colin Heldt and Nick Kallstrom.
  • Overdubs recorded by Brown Bannister, Billy Whittington, Doug Sarrett and Colin Heldt.
  • Digital Editing by John Bannister, Billy Whittington, Buckley Miller, Chuck Butler, Dave Dillbeck and Robin Ghosh.
  • Joy of Africa Choir engineered by Rob Williams at Fountaineye Studios (Port Elizabeth, South Africa).
  • Mixed by JR McNeely at Elm South Studios (Franklin, TN), assisted by Adam Hall.
  • "Jesus Saves" and "Not Ashamed" mixed by Chris Lord-Alge at Mix LA, assisted by Kirk Armstrong and Nik Karpen; additional engineering by Brad Townsend and Andrew Schubert.
  • Mastered by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound (NYC, NY).
  • Management: Matt Balm
  • A&R: Tyson Paoletti, assisted by Brian Kroll
  • Art Direction and Design by Jordan Butcher
  • Artist Photography by Laura Dart

Accolades[edit]

The album was nominated for two Dove Awards: Praise & Worship Album of the Year and Recorded Music Packaging of the Year (for the Deluxe Edition), at the 42nd GMA Dove Awards.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Christian Music Zine review". christianmusiczine.com. Retrieved July 15, 2015.
  2. ^ "Jeremy Camp, "We Cry Out The Worship Project" Review". jesusfreakhideout.com. Retrieved July 15, 2015.
  3. ^ We Cry Out on Billboard
  4. ^ 42nd Annual GMA Dove Awards Nominees on DoveAwards.com

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