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  www.myspace.com/jarsofclay
For the first time in Jars of Clay history we are making available for download the multitracks for one of our songs.
It’s the dichotomy of living in the physical and human world that Jars of Clay explores in their new project Good Monsters, giving both longtime listeners and new fans a glimpse at the veteran band’s creative dichotomy as well.
While celebrated for its music and writing, Jars of Clay is most concerned with the needs in Africa.
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  Jars of Clay - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jars of Clay was first formed at Greenville College, Illinois in the early 90s, by Dan Haseltine, Steve Mason and Charlie Lowell.
Jars of Clay performing at The University of Texas at Austin.
Jars of Clay popularity has risen as their acclaimed song Flood became the theme song to AandE's documentary God or the Girl, tracking the lives of four young men deciding whether to become Catholic priests.
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 Jars Of Clay New Album Redemption Songs, Free Music Mp3, Lyrics, Videos, Downloads, Pics
Jars of Clay returns to the grandstand on the opening night of the fair, Thursday, as part of a three-act Christian music concert that also includes opener Joy Williams and headliner Steven Curtis Chapman.
Grammy award-winning band, Jars of Clay wowed the millions in the audience at Live 8 in Philadelphia, and shed some light on their Blood; Water Mission which is a non-profit project the band formed in early 2002 as an outreach to those in Africa.
Jars of Clay began in 1990 when a band of eager, but completely unprepared, young musicians came together in a sort of "dormitory acoustic group" at Greenville College in Illinois.
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 VH1.com : Jars of Clay : Biography
Jars of Clay were the breakout band of the so-called alternative CCM movement of the '90s, scoring an enormous mainstream hit with their debut single, "Flood." The group's
Jars of Clay were formed at Illinois' Greenville College in 1993 by singer/songwriter Dan Haseltine and keyboardist Charlie Lowell; they soon added guitarist Stephen Mason, who like Haseltine, was a big fan of Toad the Wet Sprocket (a good secular reference point for the typical Jars of Clay sound).
Jars of Clay self-produced their fourth album, The Eleventh Hour, which was released in early 2002 and followed by a live DVD.
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 CMCentral.com > RealMusic. RealArtists. RealLife.
Jars of Clay released in May 1995 and with the release came overnight success.
The Eleventh Hour, produced by Jars of Clay and mixed by Jack Joseph Puig, is a collection of emotionally charged anthems centered around the concept of human longing.
On this record Jars of Clay reconnect itself to the passions and convictions, the sorrow and the joy that permeate the human condition of faith and faithlessness.
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 Jars of Clay (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jars of Clay is the first full-length album of the band of the same name.
It was released in 1995 by Essential Records.
Ironically, Jars of Clay is considered to be a landmark album in Christian rock, even though very few electric guitars are used, leading some to categorize Jars of Clay as folk-rock, alternative folk, or even pop instead.
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 Jars of Clay - BIO / ChristianMusic.coms
Jars of Clay is comprised of Dan Haseltine, lead vocals, Stephen Mason, guitar/ background vocals, Matt Odmark, electric and acoustic guitars/background vocals, and Charlie Lowell, piano and keyboards/background vocals.
Jars of Clay were very busy this year, releasing two albums.
Multi-platinum, Grammy winners Jars of Clay have long been known as one of the premier live acts in music today, headlining their own tours, while also partnering with performers such as Sting and Sheryl Crow.
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 pf - Jars of Clay - Christian Music Artists - Corporate Entertainment Booking
Jars of Clay is one of the most acclaimed Christian acts to crack the secular market since Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith first charted crossover success.
Jars of Clay offer a tonic for crazy times with their own perfect mixture of pop-infused melodic rock.
Jars of Clay may be available for your next special event.
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 Jamsline Biography - Jars of Clay   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Comprised of Dan Haseltine, lead vocals, Stephen Mason, guitar/ background vocals, Matt Odmark, electric and acoustic guitars/background vocals, and Charlie Lowell, piano and keyboards/background vocals, Jars of Clay comes together with an excitement and spontaneity that is reflective of their youthful spirit and creative risk.
Most of Jars of Clay's fans are college-aged, yet the fact that the band was in town recording was kept secret.
Jars of Clay takes its name from II Corinthians 4:7.
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 Amazon.co.uk: Jars of Clay: Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Jars of Clay approach progressive Christian music from a refreshing angle, mixing a simple acoustic folk sound with a hip-hop beat and decidedly un-preachy yet powerfully religious lyrics.
JARS OF CLAY is a mature effort by a fiercely devout group of musicians with a commanding yet humble religious message to convey.
Jars of Clay took the Christian music industry by storm in 1995 when they burst onto the scene with this CD.
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 jars-of-clay Mp3 Albums Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Jars of Clay's acoustic, organic sound is an ideal approach to presenting "very old words set to almost completely modern music" as never once does the music overshadow the power of the words.
Jars of Clay admirably stretched the boundaries of Christian pop music when their self-titled debut scaled the charts in 1995.
Jars of Clay are well established as one of Christian music's pre-eminent bands.
www.mp3-find.com /albums_review_jars-of-clay.asp   (3078 words)

  
 Jars of Clay: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Jars of Clay is a four-member Christian rock band Christian rock band quick summary:
(Jars of Clay was much less visible in mainstream music than they had been in the mid-nineties.
City upon a hill is the phrase often used to refer to john winthrops famous sermon, "a model of christian charity," based on matthew 5:14 ("you are the light...
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 Profile - Jars of Clay
This is a record that reclaims the passion and honesty that captivated millions of music fans introduced to their innovative blend of harmonious folk, techno and alt-rock stylings in the mid-1990s.
Jars of Clay performed 300 shows in one year and staked their claim as a dynamic and engaging live band.
Jars of Clay returns with one of the most innovative and provocative albums of our decade.
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 Jars Of Clay Discography at CD Universe
In 1995, Jars of Clay released their self-titled album, a landmark Christian-rock record that was one of the first to achieve mainstream success, in part because its themes were couched...
JARS OF CLAY was nominated for a 1996 Grammy Award for Best Rock Gospel Album.
When Christian rockers Jars of Clay first made a splash back in '95, though, this was not the case.
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 Jars Of Clay : Redemption Songs CD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
As part of a church community that believed passionately the blessing of understanding the story of redemption through early church songs and ancient hymns, Jars of Clay found themselves a part of a growing renaissance, one that inspired them to write new songs using the rich hymn texts as the foundation.
Jars of Clay is one of the few bands that care about making good music.
Jars Of Clay is an awesome band, I recently bought 2 of their CDs (Jars of Clay and The Eleventh Hour).
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 NPR : Jars of Clay   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Listen to Scott Simon's interview with Jars of Clay.
Jars of Clay, from their first and from their latest.
Jars of Clay doesn't try to meet the quota.
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 JARS OF CLAY
Even though the members of the band are a few hundred miles away, their hearts and minds are back home in Tennessee, where an entire state has cast curtains over the windows for a day to mourn the long-anticipated, but no less earth-shaking, loss of an American institution...
Jars’ unflinching approach to songwriting was the same type of raw-boned honesty that marked the career of Cash and other stalwarts of the roots and folk scene.
One thing that hasn’t changed, however, is Jars of Clay’s ability to craft out-of-the-box rock songs that bleed deeper meaning from a sometimes shallow world.
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 Sheet Music Plus Results   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Jars of Clay: Redemption Songs Performed by Jars of Clay.
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Jars of Clay - Who We Are Instead Performed by Jars of Clay.
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 Jars Of Clay   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Jars Of Clay - Five candles (you were there)
Jars Of Clay - Portrait of an apology
Jars Of Clay - The edge of water
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 CMCentral.com > RealMusic. RealArtists. RealLife.
Jars of Clay will release its first DVD, 11 Live: Jars of Clay in Concert, August 20.
In addition to the brand new staging, Jars of Clay introduces its first multi-media production, including clips from the We Were Soldiers movie staring Mel Gibson for both the DVD/VHS and the tour.
The clips are shown while the band performs "The Widowing Field," a song Jars of Clay wrote exclusively for a recording inspired by the feature film.
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 Jars of Clay: The Eleventh Hour: Pitchfork Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
No words could better describe the last two substandard LPs by heralded Christian contemporary artists Jars of Clay, once purported to be their genre's artistic torchbearers.
If Jars of Clay's mission was to prove that Christians really aren't lame, they were fighting a losing battle.
Jars of Clay's newest disc, The Eleventh Hour, is triumphant, just as likely as their debut to tug at your heartstrings and stoke your inner-burning flame.
www.pitchforkmedia.com /record-reviews/j/jars-of-clay/eleventh-hour.shtml   (352 words)

  
 Jars Of Clay!!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Jars of Clay is a well known group of guys, who are known for their lyrics and style of music.
Jars of Clay get their name from 2 Corinthians 4:7 -- "We have this treasure in jars of clay to show that this all-surpassing power is from God and not from us."
This is a promotional pic of Jars of Clay during their "Much Afraid" tour and release.
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 Jars Of Clay - Redemption Songs - Grassroots Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Once again Jars of clay beats to a different drummer as they dust off the hymnals, turn up their amps, and create a masterpiece to be cherished for years to come.
Known for their variety, JOC changes the pace in track four as a smooth, heartfelt chorus brings the classic spiritual ‘I’ll Fly Away’ to an energy of reverence.
With Three Grammy Awards and sixteen number one radio hits under their belt, Jars of Clay takes one of their riskiest decisions by producing an album of what many consider to be worship come and gone.
www.grassrootsmusic.com /artist/jars/jars15   (759 words)

  
 Jars of Clay chat transcript
Jars of Clay formed in 1993 when vocalist Dan Haseltine, keyboardist Charlie Lowell and bassist Steve Mason met at Greenville College in Illinois and began to work on a demo in the college's studio.
When you look at their picture, these Jars of Clay are just kids; yet, in spite of their youth, they're thinking the big thoughts, addressing universal truths with amazingly melodic appealing pop.
Jars of Clay appear at the intimate Mercury Lounge in the East Village for two shows (8:30 and 10PM) on Tuesday (6/25).
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 Amazon.com: Good Monsters: Music: Jars of Clay   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Jars of Clay has been contributing their brand of acoustic-folk, jangly-pop, light-rock music to the world since their crossover hit song "Flood" from their self-titled debut in 1995.
Jars of Clay contributes a modern day hymn with "There is a River" and another song, the only one on the CD not penned by members of Jars, "All My Tears" written by Julie Miller.
Where the album's beginning was rockier than most of Jars of Clay's other songs, "Oh My God" (and "Surprise", which came a little after it) are quiet acoustic-driven songs, with emotional lyrics that make use of excellent lyric-writing.
www.amazon.com /Good-Monsters-Jars-Clay/dp/B000H7JCM8   (2039 words)

  
 Dan Haseltine of Jars of Clay talks about 'Redemption Songs,' and Christian music, by Dena Ross -- Beliefnet.com
Talk about Jars of Clay and other artists on our music discussion boards.
Jars of Clay's lead singer talks about their new album and why Christian pop music is a contradiction.
In their more than ten years together, the multi-platinum band Jars of Clay has garnered three Grammys, six Doves and a host of other awards and nominations.
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 MusiChristian.com: Low Prices & A Huge Selection of Christian Music
The latest contribution from multi-platinum, Grammy Award winners, Jars of Clay, "Redemption Songs," is a collection of reinvented ancient hymns and spiritual songs.
Jars Of Clay's latest album continues the musical tradition they pioneered in earlier albums and takes it to the next level.
Multi-platinum, Grammy winners Jars of Clay have long been known as one of the premier live acts in music today, headlining their own tours,...
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