9 Reply to “ Sundays Child - Phil Keaggy & Randy Stonehill - Mystery Highway (CD, Album) ”

  1. Nov 03,  · 7 posts published by low5point in the year MATTERS OF THE HEART () Bob Bennett. Clearly the single greatest oversight in the previous Top 50 list was the omission of Bob Bennett as an artists, and most specifically, this amazing project as an album.
  2. Discography of Phil Keaggy: American musician () peoplepill id: phil-keaggy. PK. 13 views today. 15 views this week. Phil Keaggy Biography, American musician. American musician. Biography Discography Lists Gallery News Album.
  3. Mar 16,  · Not many concerts, but it’s John Sferra and Daniel Pecchio of Glass Harp, myself, Randy Stonehill, and Mike Pachelli doing the new songs from Mystery Highway, which does include the song “Sunday’s Child.†I’ll tell you what: if it sounded good and it was really fun to do, it would make a lot of sense to throw in.
  4. Phil Keaggy: American musician (), Singer, Songwriter, Musician, Composer, Guitarist, From: United States of America | Biography, Discography, Facts, Career.
  5. I consider this album Phil Keaggy's best and most creative album. The album has very much a Beatlisk feel. There are some very good songs on this album. I had a tape copy of this album over twenty years ago and was delighted when I found the album on Amazon available as a MP3 download. Russ Taff even joins Keaggy on "Ain't Got No"/5(19).
  6. Nov 03,  · Though guitarist Lynn Nichols was firmly planted within the world of CCM as a producer, record executive and guitarist with Phil Keaggy’s “Sunday Child,” no one outside of the inner circle knew who he was. Two years later the band released their one and only album, the classic and eternal eponymously titled debut.
  7. Thirst Randy Stonehill October 26, low5point7 comments. Town to Town Phil Keaggy November 2, low5point3 comments like Wonderful Counselor and The Mystery. The album is clearly memorable and a wonderful expression of artistry that many Protestants seldom, if ever, come in contact with. The only real downside to the album is that.
  8. Sunday's Child Bass – Rick Cua Drums – Mike Mead Guitar – James Hollihan Guitar, Vocals, Written-By – Phil Keaggy, Randy Stonehill Percussion – Lenny Castro /5(8).

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