“The Lord on high is mightier that the noise of many waters, yea, than the mighty waves of the sea…”
Psalm 93, recorded by the David/Asaph Project. Released in 2001 on the Psalmody album. Duration is 4:02.
Produced by John Piper
Musical composition by David Albracht
Recorded at 2nd Floor Studios, Dallas, Texas.
Engineered by John Piper
Mixed at Piper Projects by John Piper
Mastered by Ed Johnson
Recorded and Mixed on the Paris 24 bit DAW
Bass – Lou Harlas
Drums – Harrell Bosarge
Harmony Vocals – Jan Johnston
Keyboards – Ken Boome
Percussion – John Bryant
Rhythm & Lead Guitars – John Piper
Vocals – David Albracht
Image above: Backhuysen, Ludolf. Christ in the Storm on the Sea of Galilee. 1695. Oil on canvas. Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Psalm 93, the fifth track on the Psalmody album, was recorded by the David/Asaph Project at 2nd Floor Studios in Dallas, Texas, in the year 2000. This song features the text of the KJV translation set to new music. Song duration is 4:02.
Instruments chosen for this song included distorted electric guitar with organ. Heavy blues rock was the goal.
C.H. Spurgeon's Comments on the text of Psalm 93
This brief Psalm is without title or name of author, but its subject is obvious enough, being stated in the very first line. It is the Psalm of Omnipotent Sovereignty: Jehovah, despite all opposition, reigns supreme. Possibly at the time this sacred ode was written, the nation was in danger from its enemies, and the hopes of the people of God were encouraged by remembering that the Lord was still King. What sweeter and surer consolation could they desire?