Phil Keaggy — Phil Keaggy And Sunday's Child - Cassette (1⅞ ips)

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Phil Keaggy And Sunday's Child Cassette (1⅞ ips) Cover
Release Details: Audio Recording - Stereo Studio Album - Cassette (1⅞ ips)
Record Label: Myrrh
Copyright: Word, Incorporated
Phonographic Copyright: Word, Incorporated
Distributor: WORD Inc.
Manufacturer: WORD Inc.
A Division of: Word, Inc.
Company Series:
Catalog Number: 7016876381
Copyright Date: 1988
Release Date: September 27, 1988 Official US Copyright Office Publication Date - September 27, 1988 (Sound Recording Publication Number SR0000097489)
WordDistribution.com - September 27, 1988
Recorded: June 6, 1988 - August 15, 1988
Country: USA
Genre: Christian, Gospel & Religious, Rock
Style: Christian Rock, Classic Rock, Pop Rock, Rock & Roll
 
Release Notes: Classic Album Featuring Cameos By Randy Stonehill, Russ Taff, Mark Heard & Others
 
For Sale: 2 Copies For Sale
SIDE 1
Tell Me How You Feel
Sunday's Child
I Always Do
(M. Heard)

© 1988 Ideola Music/ASCAP
All rights reserved. Used by permission.

Drums: Mike Mead
Bass: Phil Keaggy
Guitars: James Hollihan, Phil Keaggy
and Mark Heard

Hammond B-3: Robbie Buchanan
Vocals: Phil Keaggy
I'm Gonna Get You
Blessed Be The Ties
This Could Be The Moment
(A. Palladino, L. Nichols)

© 1988 Patch Music/Word Music
(A div. of Word, Inc.)/ASCAP

Drums: Mike Mead
Bass: Rick Cua
Guitars: Phil Keaggy (1st solo)
James Hollihan (2nd solo)

Hammond B-3: Robbie Buchanan
Backing Vocals: Phil Keaggy,
Mark Heard, Jimmie Lee Sloas

Percussion: Lenny Castro
SIDE 2
Ain't Got No
Somebody Loves You
Big Eraser
Everything Is Alright
(M. Heard)

© 1988 Ideola Music/ASCAP
All rights reserved. Used by permission.

Drums: Mike Mead
Bass: Rick Cua
Guitars: Phil Keaggy and James Hollihan
Keyboards: Mark Heard
Backing Vocals: Mark Heard
Percussion: Lenny Castro
I've Just Begun (Again)
Walk In Two Worlds
Talk About Suffering
(Traditional/Arranged by Phil Keaggy)

© Public Domain/Arranged by Phil Keaggy
Drums: Mike Mead
Bass: Rick Cua
Guitars: Phil Keaggy and James Hollihan
Backing Vocals: Jimmie Lee Sloas,
Mark Heard, Phil Keaggy

Percussion: Lenny Castro
Our new improved Myrrh-O-Phonic Stereo Sounds Better Than Stereo Ever Sounded Before!

...better, in fact that it has ever been possible for stereo records to sound before. Now you
can enjoy the results of the latest in our never-ending series of technical developments when

you listen to our new improved MYRRH-O-PHONIC STEREO . . . This record was recorded with
the greatest of care on original Vox and Fender amplifiers matched with the original stock vin-

tage 50's and 60's guitars as well as acoustic drums □ all recorded in a "real" acoustic
environment just like the old days when everyone played together in the same room □

imagine that! We've eliminated computers and drum machines altogether and relegated syn-
thesizers to just one selection (we used the cheapest "low-fi" stuff we could find) so as to

replicate those great honest sounds that we all loved about early rock-n-roll recordings □ you
know the ones that made us all want to run out and buy a guitar! Of course, in the end, when

it came down to mixing we used every known piece of technology at our disposal to make it
sound really good! We're no dummies — have you heard any of those old recordings lately?


For really cool results this stereo record should be played only with a stereo cartridge and needle.
For even cooler sound reproduction — get the CD!


This album was recorded between June 6, 1988 and August 15, 1988
Produced by L. Arthur Nichols

Director of Recording: Jack Joseph Puig
Overdub Engineer: David Schober
Mixed by Jack Joseph Puig
Assisted by Eddie Keaggy, Dave Hackbarth, KC McMackin,
Bart Stevens and Wade Jaynes

Recorded at Music Grinder and Neverland Studios
Additional Studios: Schnee Studio, Fingerprint Records and The Hop
Mixed at Schnee Studio
Additional Engineers: Brian Tankersley and Mark Heard
Photography by Dan Arsenault
Additional Photography by Ben Pearson
Art Direction and Design: Ph.D
Grooming by Scott Parker
Styling: Maria Sarno
A&R Coordinator: Deb Rhodes
Production Manager: Laurie Fink
Mark Heard appears courtesy of What? Records
Management: Norman Miller, Proper Management
40 Music Square East, Nashville, TN 37203

Booking: Street Level Artists Agency, 1832 Briarwood Drive,
Warsaw, IN 46580, 219/269/3413

Myrrh Records, 6767 Forest Lawn Drive, Suite 110, Los Angeles,
CA 90068

Manufactured and Distributed by WORD Inc.

Special Thanks...
to Norman Miller for Proper Management
to Lynn Nichols for years of friendship, encouragement and
most of all patience

to Kathy Nichols...for Lynn
to David Keaggy who taught me guitar and for the '59 Gretch
to Eddie Keaggy for all the hard work and dedication on and off
the road

to Deb Rhodes for the encouragement, hours of dedication and for
keeping Lynn sane

to Steve Sightsinger and Sightsinger Music
to Steve Conaway, Andy Brauer, James Olson, Jim Lacey-
Baker
,
Ken Hoover, Kenny Marshall and Sam Karam for
the use of your rare and special guitars

to Mark Sampson for the VOX
to THE BAND: James HollihanGuitar • Rick CuaBass
Mike MeadDrums
to the Singers: Randy StonehillRuss TaffJimmie Lee Sloas
Mark HeardDerri DaughertyLynn NicholsAlwyn Wall

to the ENGINEERS: Jack Joseph PuigDavid Schober
Brian TankersleyDave HackbarthKC McMackin
to the DRUM DOCTOR for the use of Ringo's old drum kit
to Holly at Street Level for your hard work and dedication
to all the great folks at Myrrh Records
to all my friends in Youngstown, OH... — where it all began
to Jas Obrecht and Neal Williams for your support over
the years

to HERSCHEL and the folks at Lab Sound
to Steve Taylor for lending a "hand"
and a very special thanks to Bernadette and our little trio
(Alicia, Olivia, Ian) — there's not enough space to even begin to
say thank you.



Myrrh a division of WORD, Inc., Irving,
Texas. In Canada: Word Records Limited,
Vancouver, B.C. In Great Britain: Word (UK)
Ltd.
, London.
℗ & © 1988 WORD Incorpo-
rated
"WARNING: Unauthorized reproduc-

tion of this recording is prohibited by Federal
law and subject to criminal prosecution." All

rights reserved. Printed in U.S.A. Manufac-
tured by
Word, Inc., 5221 N. O'Connor Blvd.,
Suite 1000, Irving TX 75039                  
Stock Pressing (September 27, 1988) - 1st Printing: Clear Shell With White Print, No Screws, Black Hubs, Flush Tape Window With 6 Squares On It & Textured Squares Bottom
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Stock Pressing (Q1 - Q2 1989) - 2nd Printing: Clear Shell With White Print, No Screws, Black Hubs, Flush Tape Window With 9 Small Ticks On It & Small "MADE IN USA" Down The Right
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Pressing Release Date: Q1 - Q2 1989
Barcode: 0 8068-80337-4 3 (080688033743)
J-Card In Norelco Case
J-Card In Norelco Case
Packaging Type:
J-Card In Clear Norelco Case
J-Card
J-Card
J-Card (Inside)
J-Card (Inside)
Inlay Description:
6-Panel J-Card (Cardstock With Perforated Seams & Semi-Glossy Inside)
Inlay Details:
Lyrics Enclosed, Photography Enclosed, Credits Enclosed
Cassette Shell (Side 1)
Cassette Shell (Side 1)
Cassette Shell (Side 2)
Cassette Shell (Side 2)
Cassette Shell (Bottom)
Cassette Shell (Bottom)
Cassette Shell Description:
Clear Cassette Shell With White Print (No Screws, Black Hubs, Flush Tape Window With 9 Small Ticks On It, Rectangular Border, Small Circle Inside Square At Left & Right & Small "MADE IN USA" In Rectangle Running Down The Right On One Side)
Pressure Pad:
Thin, White
Tape Leader Color:
Translucent Light Blue Leader
Tape Type:
Type II/Chrome
Tape Color:
Black
Noise Reduction:
Dolby System (B NR)
Duplication Process:
Dolby HX Pro
J-Card Inlay: G+ (Has Some Wear & Is Torn On Spine)
Cassette Shell: VG
Notes: Lyrics Enclosed
Price: $3.00
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