David And Goliath - One Man Band FLAC album
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Goliath (/ɡəˈlaɪəθ/ gə-LY-əth) is described in the biblical Book of Samuel as a Philistine giant defeated by the young David in single combat. The story signified Saul's unfitness to rule, as Saul himself should have fought for Israel. The phrase "David and Goliath" has taken on a more popular meaning, denoting an underdog situation, a contest where a smaller, weaker opponent faces a much bigger, stronger adversary.
David vs. Goliath, Davao City, Philippines. It's a very inspiring video we recorded a while ago, though some of you may not appreciate this but as a struggling musicians it's always emotionally rewarding seeing scenes like this it reminded us again.
Man are a rock band from South Wales whose style is a mixture of American West Coast psychedelia, progressive rock, and blues. Formed in November 1968 as a reincarnation of Welsh rock harmony group The Bystanders, Man are renowned for the extended jams in their live performances. Man evolved out of The Bystanders, a successful close harmony pop group from Merthyr Tydfil who played numerous club residencies in Wales, often playing several clubs a night.
David and Goliath (or David with the Head of Goliath or David Victorious over Goliath) is a painting by the Italian Baroque master Caravaggio (1571–1610). It was painted in about 1599, and is held in the Museo del Prado, Madrid. In the finished painting the melodrama is banished: the drama is transferred from Goliath to the quietly efficient David, his face almost hidden, intent on his work with his hands in his enemy's hair, kneeling almost casually on the man's torso. This painting and two others done at about the same time – the first version of Sacrifice of Isaac and the first John the Baptist – were taken to Spain shortly after they were made, where they were frequently copied and made a deep impression on art in that country.
Goliath would come out of the Philistine camp every morning & evening and shout for them to pick a man to fight him. He did this for 40 days and whoever would lose the fight would be the servants of the winner. Goliath was over 9 foot tall, that wasn’t normal and he wore a lot of armor. He was very scary to them! He was the champion of Gath. David's three oldest brothers were in King Saul’s army and his father told David to take grain and 10 loaves of bread to his brothers. He also took 10 cheeses to the captain. While David was talking to his brothers, Goliath called out his request.
David belonged to the princely family of his tribe, which gave the Jewish people princes and leaders. One of David's early ancestors, Nachshon the son of Aminadav, won fame at the crossing of the Red Sea, after the liberation of the Jewish people from Egypt. Seeing David, Saul recalled how the young shepherd had been first introduced to him as "a man who knows how to play (the harp), a fine warrior, wise and handsome, and G‑d is with him"; and how David's sweet music quickly eased his troubled mind. Could this lad be the unnamed person whom the prophet Shmuel declared to be the next king of Israel? "Do you think you could take up Goliath's challenge and defeat him?" asked King Saul. No man could defile G‑d's name and get away with it," David replied.
This is the greatest of all Bible verses about David and Goliath because David understands that it is the Lord who will deliver Goliath into his hands. He comes not in his own name but in the name of the Lord of hosts and the God of the armies of Israel. Saul was obsessed with the idea of killing David, so for David, Goliath’s sword would serve very useful for him and his band of men. First Samuel 22:9-10 Then answered Doeg the Edomite, who stood by the servants of Saul, I saw the son of Jesse coming to Nob, to Ahimelech the son of Ahitub, and he inquired of the Lord for him and gave him provisions and gave him the sword of Goliath the Philistine. The fact that there are more than one Goliath’s in the Bible shouldn’t surprise us because there’s more than one Joshua in the Bible, there’s more than one John, and in the Philistine culture, there’s more than one Goliath.
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|A||One Man Band
Written-By – Garth Watt-Roy
|B||Catch The Wind
Written-By – David Reilly , Garth Watt-Roy
- Published By – Campbell Connelly & Co. Ltd.
- Arranged By, Producer – David Reilly , Garth Watt-Roy