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|Released||February 25, 2014|
|Bethel Music live album chronology|
|Bethel Music chronology|
Tides Live is the fifth live album, the ninth album overall and the last instalment of the Tides series by California-based worship collective Bethel Music. The album was released on February 25, 2014 by the group's imprint label, Bethel Music.
Following the successful release of Tides in September 2013, Bethel Music began leading the songs from that album during the weekend services at Bethel Church in Redding and at regional gatherings and recording them.Joel Taylor, director of Bethel Music, in a statement on Hear It First, said:
The new live album offers a fresh and powerful perspective on these songs, and draws listeners into a worship experience full of spontaneous moments and sounds of praise.
– Joel Taylor, Hear It First
|Louder Than The Music|
At AllMusic, David Jeffries rated the album three stars out of five, concluding that "fans of the original Tides will appreciate this set, which certainly sounds bigger, although not necessarily better."Rating the album four and a half stars by Louder Than The Music, Jono Davies thinks that "This album is not better or worse than its studio brother, this album is different and equally as strong," and concludes that "All of this together creates a brilliant time of live worship captured wonderfully in this album."
|1.||"For the Cross"||Jenn Johnson, Brian Johnson, Gabriel Wilson, Ian McIntosh||5:47|
|2.||"Heaven's Song"||Jeremy Riddle||Jeremy Riddle||8:39|
|3.||"Strong in Us"||B. Johnson, Kristian Stanfill, Joel Taylor, Wilson, McIntosh||Brian Johnson||4:52|
|4.||"Give Me Jesus"||Matt Stinton||Matt Stinton||6:11|
|5.||"Forever"||B. Johnson, Kari Jobe, J. Johnson, Wilson, Taylor, Christa Black||Brian Johnson||9:07|
|6.||"Come Awaken Love"||Hunter Thompson||Hunter G K Thompson||4:26|
|7.||"Chasing You"||J. Johnson, Wilson, McIntosh, Riddle, Daniel Mackenzie||Jenn Johnson||7:23|
|8.||"Breaking Through"||Riddle||Jeremy Riddle||7:24|
|9.||"Be Still"||Steffany Frizzell Gretzinger, Wilson||Steffany Frizzell Gretzinger||6:38|
|10.||"Ascend"||William Matthews, Gretzinger, Bobby Strand, Mackenzie||William Matthews||5:08|
|11.||"I Can Feel You"||J. Johnson, Gretzinger, Mackenzie, Thompson, Wilson||Jenn Johnson||7:32|
|UK Christian and Gospel Albums (OCC)||1|
|US Billboard 200||28|
|US Christian Albums (Billboard)||1|
|US Digital Albums (Billboard)||12|
|US Independent Albums (Billboard)||2|
|Worldwide||February 25, 2014||Standard||Bethel Music|
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