13 Songs, 1 Hour 9 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Christian music veteran Phil Keaggy has become legendary for his one-man-band performances at churches and coffeehouses over the years. Live at Kegworth Studio finds this gifted singer/songwriter utilizing the same sound-loop technology he uses onstage to create intricately overlaid guitar and vocal textures. Reaching back to the start of his 40 years as a solo artist, Keaggy offers such landmark Jesus Music–era songs as “What a Day” and “Your Love Broke Through,” as well as more recent compositions like “A Sign Came Through a Window” and “The True Believers.” Rock-tinged numbers like “Salvation Army Band” fit easily with contemplative folk tunes like “This Heart Is Yours.” He pays homage to The Beatles with a luminous cover of “Here Comes the Sun” and tips his cap to Bob Dylan on a heartfelt take of “To Make You Feel My Love.” The instrumentals “Legacy” and “Shades of Green” let him interweave delicately fingerpicked guitar lines into finely wrought mosaics of sound. Through it all, Keaggy reaffirms his unshakable Christian faith.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Christian music veteran Phil Keaggy has become legendary for his one-man-band performances at churches and coffeehouses over the years. Live at Kegworth Studio finds this gifted singer/songwriter utilizing the same sound-loop technology he uses onstage to create intricately overlaid guitar and vocal textures. Reaching back to the start of his 40 years as a solo artist, Keaggy offers such landmark Jesus Music–era songs as “What a Day” and “Your Love Broke Through,” as well as more recent compositions like “A Sign Came Through a Window” and “The True Believers.” Rock-tinged numbers like “Salvation Army Band” fit easily with contemplative folk tunes like “This Heart Is Yours.” He pays homage to The Beatles with a luminous cover of “Here Comes the Sun” and tips his cap to Bob Dylan on a heartfelt take of “To Make You Feel My Love.” The instrumentals “Legacy” and “Shades of Green” let him interweave delicately fingerpicked guitar lines into finely wrought mosaics of sound. Through it all, Keaggy reaffirms his unshakable Christian faith.

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