BETWEEN THE GLORY AND THE FLAME

POWDERWORKS
Released 1982
Produced By Terry Taylor With Randy Stonehill For "Rebel Base Productions"
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SONGS
SIDE ONE
Glory And The Flame (3:10)
Die Young (3:15)
Fifth Avenue Breakdown (2:50)
Grandfather's Song (3:24)
Find Your Way To Me (3:42)
SIDE TWO
Christine (3:29)
Rainbow (3:49)
Givin' It Up For Love (4:13)
Letter To My Family (4:58)
Farther On (2:56)
All Songs Written By Randy Stonehill Except "Givin It Up For Love" And "Farther On" Which Were Written By Randy Stonehill And Tom Howard

CREDITS
Produced By Terry Taylor with Randy
	Stonehill for "Rebel Base Productions"
The Players:
	Randy Stonehill (Lead & Back Vocals,
		Acoustic, Electric 12 String, Rhythm
		And Lead Guitars & Percussion)
	Jerry Chamberlain (Back Vocals, Lead
		And Rhythm Guitar)
	Tom Howard (Back Vocals, Synthesizer
		String Arrangement, Piano, Harmonium,
		Acoustic Guitar)
	Marty Dieckmeyer (Bass Guitar)
	Ed McTaggart (Drums & Percussion)
	Alex MacDougall (Percussion)
	Terry Taylor (Electric Slide Guitar)
Newscaster On "Christine: Terry Jonsson
Engineered by Thom Roy
Recorded and mixed at White Field
	Studios
Painting and artwork by Frank Ordaz

Daniel Amos appears courtesy of
	ĦALARMA! RECORDS

Thanks To:
My wife, Sandi, for her love, prayers and
	patience, and for all her midnight
	trips to Burgerland.
Ray "Bissell" Ware for twenty-four years
	of undying friendship and without
	whom this album might never have
	been made.
Terry Taylor and The D.A. Boys for all the
	hard work and laughter.
Tom Howard for always giving 105
	percent.
Thom "I-remember the sixties" Roy for
	service above and beyond the call
	of duty.
Marty and Vickie Dieckmeyer for always
	making room at the Inn.
Jerry and Sharon Chamberlain for their
	special friendship and support.
Orion Trickey for her assistance on "Fifth
	Avenue Breakdown."
This album is dedicated to my wonderful
	Grandmother, Mary Faria and to the
	memory of her husband, Jack Faria,
	who never liked saying goodbye.