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Praise, Worship and Adoration Vol 2

by Kenny Noble Cortes, Stacy Cole, Jennifer Burnett

Noble Songs
Noble Songs
These tracks were mostly recorded after the tracks on Stacy's debut CD: Noble Songs of Praise, Worship and Adoration Vol 1.
Kenny Noble Cortes
Kenny Noble (Cortes)


The Light of Men is inspired by the Book of John, with the title taken from John 1:4. The first verse and chorus tell the story.


"Somewhere between the cracks of pain and healing Grace, I’m clinging to the past reliving all my big mistakes. Hording guilt to show myself I can’t get past my past. These tanks are pushin’ empty and I’m runnin’ out of gas. His Light shines in the darkness. The life is the light of men. He was born in shameful weakness to die and rise again!"

Stacy Cole (KNC guitar)
Kenny Noble Cortes


Sons and Daughters draws inspiration from one of my favorite Bible verses:


"But I will sing of your strength,
in the morning I will sing of your love;
for you are my fortress,
my refuge in times of trouble."  - Psalm 59:16


The lyric, " death you rose, your finest hour" goes to the heart of this song. The message is one of praise but also service to others, because in so doing, God is praised more than our words can sing. Stacy once more delivers compelling vocals.


Jennifer Burnett, Stacy Cole
Kenny Noble


I wrote 'Bridegroom' in 2009 because God put it on my heart to compose a song about the relationship between Jesus and his bride, a song that would describe the passion he has for the church. Jennifer Burnett, who at the time was worship leader at Mile High Church in Denver, sings the lead vocal. She has an amazing range. Stacy Cole adds beautiful harmony. The strings and background choral voices are synthesized. I added acoustic guitar and Stacy's vocals at my home studio. 'Bridegroom' was mixed and mastered at Colorado Sound. Jennifer's lead vocal was also recorded at Colorado Sound. The main inspiration for 'Bridegroom's theme comes from the Gospel of John. Photo at left courtesy 



Looking Back On Yesterday

by Noble, Craig, Oliphant and Fain

Noble Songs
Noble Songs
These songs represent some of the best songs recorded by Glenn, Robert, Nick and myself. It was a fun, exciting time to be making music. We were young, idealistic and filled with hope that we were going to change the world!
Streaming of songs temporarily on hold while under contract to major record label that handles music for TV and film. Once they have been restored and remastered, songs will be available. Yes, I'm very excited about this recent development! :)


KNC, KLN, Nick Fain
Kenny Noble Cortes


'Sparrow' was recorded at Jones Sound in Houston, Texas in the early 70s. The session was paid for by my beloved Aunt Pat Presley. It features the harmony of my wife Kay and the wonderful talent of Nick Fain, who played the recorder, electric guitar and drums. It is a secular song with Christian overtones. My brother, Lawrence Noble, illustrated the cover early in his career as a graphic artist. He is now a renowned sculptor.

Noble & Craig
Noble & Craig


This song represents what I call the 'golden age' for Glenn Craig and myself. Our music was a blend of Jesse Youngblood, the Sandpipers and America. That's uh, quite a blend there. But the lyrics spring from the late 60s and early 70s. We were young and idealistic and this song captures the 'peace, love, dove' spirit as much as any song of the era. Photo below taken about 1969.



Music with a message





Kenny intros Stacy at Mission Hills Church, Littleton, CO



Stacy Cole is a remarkable artist exercising amazing control over her smooth as silk vocals.


Psalm 59:16


"But I will sing of your strength

In the morning I will sing of your love

For you are my fortress

my refuge in times of trouble"