One more for the Desert Island
The release date above says 2003, but my copy says 1999. At a time when "worship music" seemed to be getting more and more slick, produced, and professional, Worship Circle sounded like a bunch of real people making music that meant something. At a time when congregations became audiences and worship leaders became rock stars, this CD put you in the room with and invited you to participate. At the time, it sounded like an anomaly; now it sounds like the beginning of a movement. More than a decade later, it doesn't sounded dated and lives perpetually on my iPod.