CR - CZ
See also Redemption. Arkangel. Atomic Opera.
*The Vigil. LP.
Live. Savoy SL 14590. 1980. LP.
*Keepin' It Real. Apple Jack's Records. 1997. 7 inch.
*Homecoming. Tooth and Nail. 1998.
*Lost at Sea. Tooth and Nail.
Ted: vocals. Adam: guitar. Andy: guitar. Scott: bass. Heath: drums.
Lost at Sea
Songs: Glory. Lullaby. Masonic. Divorce. Head in a Cloud. Back and Forth. Falling Out. Set Free. Prince of America. Lost at Sea.
Formed in September 2001. Nathanael Johnstone: vocals. Lead guitar. Robert Hills: drums. Joshua Johnstone: bass.
*David Crawford. D. S. Crawford Release. 1994. CS.
Richard Wold: guitar. Russ Daughtry: bass. Tommy Shekel: drums. David Crawford: vocals, piano, keyboards.
Songs: Miss Haversham Again. Please Bring Me Down. One More Day. Above the Trees. Ophelia.
*Be Still My Heart. Live Oak 7010019223. CD / CS. 1989?
*Taylor, Bren. Rev. of Be Still My Heart. CR 1 (1990): 70.
see also Mike Futch; Marc Plainguet; Nutty Faith; Gadget
*Crazed Bunnyz. Plan 7 P7D-002.
*Live! Corpqii Music CM 7. 1987.
*Blutgasse. Plan 7 P7D-013. 1988. Custom tape. At least 2 different covers.
*TWDNRTPACTRI. Corpqii Music CPCS 9. 1989.
*Songs from the Heart. Custom. BC101. No date. LP.
Songs from the Heart
Bill Crigger: rhythm guitar. Joanne Crigger: bass fiddle. Floyd Vangundy: electric guitar.
All songs by Bill Crigger.
Side 1: His Love Is Wonderful to Me (2:59). And Do the Best I Can to Live for Him (2:09). Have Faith in God (3:06). Lord to Whom Shall We Go (2:25). He's Coming Again (2:46). Should We Forget (Christmas) (2:23)
Side 2: Stop! Look! and Listen (3:02). I Like to Go to Church and Sing About Jesus (3:21). A Happy Day (2:25). Jesus Stays the Same (2:39). My Friend (2:35). A Prayer (recitation) (3:10).
Master tape was recorded on Ampex tape recorder at WHBO Radio studio, Tampa, Florida. Bill Polk - engineer. From the Back Cover
William E. "Bill" Crigger was fourteen years old when he learned to play a guitar and sing with a Salvation Army string band in Independence, Kansas. He was taught the fundamentals of music in a brass band class conducted by Captain and Mrs. Earl Sunderland. The story of his conversion is told in his testimony song, "His Love Is Wonderful to Me." He began singing and playing in Sunday School where he still believes every family should be together on Sunday morning.
Bill sang and played his guitar in hospitals and churches throughout Kansas and Missouri, and finally in Michigan where he met his wife Joanne Carol Barnsdale, whom he married in 1950.
Two months after moving to Tampa, Florida, August 23, 1952, Bill was stricken with polio. Paralysed from his chest down he lay in an iron lung sixteen days. I can hear him yet as he said when it was almost impossible for him to speak, "God won't let me down!" Eight months later he was released from Tampa General Hospital, and it was then he wrote his first song, "Have Faith in God." God has given him many more songs since then, twelve of which you will be privileged to hear recorded for the first time on this record.
Bill believes that an inspired song, sung in the Spirit of God, can be as far reaching as a sermon preached from the pulpit. Though still partially paralysed from the chest down, God has spared his arms, hands, and mind, to write, play his guitar, and sing for you.
Although he is confined to his wheel chair, this does not deter him in encouraging others through his ministry in song. Most of his Sunday afternoons are spent with shut-ins in rest homes and hospitals, and he is well known in many different churches throughout the country. Bill and Joanne are the proud parents of four lovely daughters and live at 926 East 120th Avenue, Tampa, Florida. (Crigger no longer is alive and does not live at this address. The editor).
The title, "Songs from the Heart," is a true caption, for each song was indeed written and sung from the heart. It is our prayer that your heart will be blessed each time you play this record.
Ruth Barnsdale Daniels
see also Daniel Amos
*No Sense of History. Alternative / Stunt S 4013/96A. 1992. Two songs : "Like Lazarus" and "Stones of Venice." Crimson
Baltimore / Annapolis, Maryland area, circa 1997. Bobby Gittins: lead vocals. Chuck Cole: lead guitar. Colin Harvey: bass. Ben Regensburg: drums. Josh Regensburg: rhythm guitar.
Gustav: drums. Petter: guitar (from Obsecration). Alex: bass; switched to keyboards. Simon Rosen: vocals (from Vital Decision).
*Glorification of the Master of Light. Demo. 1997.
*CD EP. 5 songs. 1999. Intro. Where Darkness Cannot Reach. Final Battle. Eternal Emperor. Classicak song on piano. (Not in proper order).
*The Covenant Progress. Rivel Records. CD.
*Veil of Remembrace. Rivel Records. January 2005.CD.
*Twisted Sounds from the Swedish Underground.
Austin, Texas. Circa 1999. Andy Ballard: bass, vocals. Jason Garrett: lead guitar. Brian Pettit: drums, vocals. Justin Toler: vocals, violin.
Cripple Need Cane
Former Tourniquet – Gary Lenaire band
*Big Dance. Financial Records. 2005. CD.
Songs: Fourth Transformation. No Tomorrow. As One. Next. Stupid Noise. Outline. Slow Down. Faster. I Believe. The Big Dance.
*The Missing Peace. Cassette. 8 tracks. 1991.
Crisis was: Paul Ibbo- bass & backing vocals. Simon Loten: guitars and backing vocals. Mike Salt: vocals and guitar. Paul Swinney: drums and backing vocals. Disbanded 1992. Mike Salt now fronts the band Label of Love. Paul Swinney is the drummer with The Renewed Reprobates.
Geoff Howlett of the British zine NFN (Never For Nothing) furnished the information on Crisis.
Crock Pot Oatmeal
New school punk from Lansing, Michigan
*Phat demo. Never publicly released.
Songs: Love Song. Blind Man. Ska Song. Stuff. Human Being.
*Stuff. Songs: Human Being. Bored. Jesus Was a Punk. Paperboy. Stuff.
*Contented. NOW 102344. 1960. LP.
Songs: Contented. Through It All. Don’t Spare Me. I Coukd Never Outlove the Lord. Follow Me. The King Is Coming. Lonely Voices. Because He Lives. I’m Saved. May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You.
*Harbinger. Dove 57 (UK). 1978. LP.
*Ready to Fly. Kingsway (UK) KMR 309. 1979. LP.
*Hot in the Pot. Marshalls (UK) MRT 1005. 1981. LP. Lyrics on inner sleeve.
*Don't Look Down. Pilgrim America RO 3987. 1983. LP.
*From Here to Eternity. Shadow LS-5900. 1985. LP. Lyrics on inner sleeve.
Nick Brotherwood: drums. Molly Peters: keyboards. Les Parry: bass, backing vocals. Keith Loring: second acoustic guitar; rhythm, electric guitars; backing vocals. Barry Crompton: acoustic guitar, keyboards, lead vocals. Bernard Shaw: percussion. John Allan: banjo. Rob MacKay: flute, saxophone. Gordon Huntley: pedal steel. Mo Witham: lead guitar. Garth Hewitt: backing vocals.
All songs by Barry Crompton
Side 1: Let It Rain (Reign of Love). Sixteen. Jackson. Fisher of Men. Koinonia. Side 2: Teach Me to Dance. What If I Let You Down. Love in Deed. The Quest. Love Changed Me.
Produced by Chris Head. Engineered by Brook Trickett. Recorded at Soundtree Studios. Sleeve design and photography by Chris Bourne. "Jackson" is dedicated to The Pretender.
Ready to Fly
Graham Jarvis: drums. Spud Spuring: bass. Andy Billups: lead guitar. Dave Cooke: keyboards. Bryn Haworth: slide guitar. Mart Jenner: pedal steel. Barry Crompton: acoustic guitar, lead vocals. Rob McKay: saxophone. Dave Plews: trumpet. Birgitte Winder: violin. Backing vocals: Juliet, Angela and Maxine on "Jesus Is the Remedy." Keith Loring: backing vocals on all other songs.
All songs by Barry Crompton
Side 1: Ready to Fly. Getting By. Light Shine. Brightest Day. The Rock. Side 2: Standing in Your Love. O So Often. Try a Little Love. Short Song. These Days. Jesus Is the Remedy.
Les Moir - producer. Dave Aston: engineer. Recorded at I.C.C. Studios, Eastbourne. Sleeve design by Phil Thomson. Illustration by Robert Jones.
Hot in the Pot
Barry de Souza: drums. Dave Bronze: bass. Mo Witham: guitar. Bryn Haworth: slide guitar. Barry Crompton: guitar, lead vocals. Mo McCafferty and Annie McCraig: backing vocals. Enrico Tomasso: trumper, flugalhorn [sic]. Ray Weirstein: saxaphone [sic], picolo [sic]. Ronnie Goodman: percussion. Young John Pantry: keyboards.
All songs by Barry Crompton
Side 1: Resting in Your Love (3:01). You Don't Get Me (4:45). Foolish Children (4:05). Sidestreets (3:22). Hot in the Pot (3:23). Side 2: His Love Is Real (3:15). Roll with the Flow (4:46). Turn to Dust (2:42). Godly Man (4:38). Some Kind of Madness (4:45).
Produced by John Pantry. Andy Kidd: engineer in the country. Dave Aston: engineer at the seaside. Sleeve design: Wagstaff Design Associates. Little boy on front / back covers: Giles.
Don't Look Down
Joe English: drums. Tim Smith: bass. John Lawry: keyboards. George Cocchini: guitar, acoustic guitar. Paul Brannon: guitar. Barry Crompton: vocals, acoustic guitar. Mike Feller: percussion. Ronnie Eades: horn. Bryn Haworth: slide guitar on "You're the One." Suzy Mack and Donna Carey-Owen - backing vocals. Background arrangement by Barry Crompton and Suzy Mack.
All songs by Barry Crompton, except as noted.
Side 1: Give It Away (Tom Douglas / James Isaac Elliott Scott Roley 2:43). The Greatest of These (Crompton / Douglas 3:13). Everything I Need (Crompton - Douglas 3:35). You're the One (3:32). Innicent Man (Douglas - Elliott / Roley / Lawry 3:37). Side 2: What Would Jesus Say? (Douglas / Elliott 2:57). Take Me Anywhere (3:27). The Fools We Are (3:50). Something About Your Love (2:40). If I Trusted You 3:20).
Ray Nenow: executive producer. Produced by Joe English and Ray Nenow. Track arrangements by Tim Smith and John Lawry. Engineered by Joe Wilson, Kurt Storey and Nigel Jopson. Mastered bu Denis Blackham at Tape 1 Studios, London. Sleeve design by Wagstaff Design. Photography by Andrew McArthur.
From Here to Eternity
John Hamond: drums, percussion programming. John Lawry: keyboards. Jon Goin: electric guitars. Larry Stewart: backing vocals. Mike Haynes: trumpet. Sam Levine and Doug Moffet: saxophone. Barry Green: trombone. Dave Adams: drums and percussion. Tim Smith: bass; horn arrangement on "Let Your Love Shine Down," "Wasteland" and "Closer." George Cocchini: electric guitars. Dan Cleary: saxophone. Gary Lunn: bass. Tim Akers: keyboards. Tommy Greer: keyboards. Barry Crompton: vocals, backing vocals. Fingersnaps on "Wasteland" - Joe English, Barry Crompton, Monroe Jones, Ray Nenow. On "Good Gifts" - Graham Hollingworth: drums and percussion; Dave Flay: bass; Chris Norton: keyboards; Dave Perkins: electric guitar.
Side 1: I Will Call Your Name (Lawry / Crompton 3:10). Who I Love (Crompton 3:50). Let Your Love Shine Down (Chris McCollum / Monroe Jones 4:15). Only When I'm Near You (Monroe Jones 3:19). Victim of Grace (Tommy Greer / Crompton 3:31). Side 2: Closer and Closer (Frank Adahl / Crompton 3:42). Wasteland (Crompton 3:35). Good Gifts (Crompton / Willie Hannsen 2:43). Secret Sadness (Crompton 4:00).
Produced by Chris McCollum and Ray Nenow. Tracks and horns arranged by Tim Smith. Recorded at Great Circle Sound, Nashville, Tennessee. Engineered and mixed by Chris McCollum. Mixed at Sound Stage, Nashville. Mastered by Gary Rice at Future Disc Systems, Hollywood, California. Rhythm tracks recorded at Great Circle Sound, Nashville. Tracks produced by Tim Smith, except for "Good Gifts" (John Pac) and "Let Your Love Shine Down" (Chris McCollum and Monroe Jones).
*I Love You Lord. Custom LP. 1983.
I Love You Lord
Stacie Cronin: vocals. Dick Brewer and Lois Watson: piano. John Jennings: acoustic guitar. Jerry Bowles: trumpet and synthesizers.
Songs: I Heard about a Man. I Believe. He Just Takes Me. Unfailing Love. I Love You Lord Medley. He. Jesus Never Fails. The Lord’s Prayer. Open Your Eyes. We Shall Behold Him.
*A Million Things to Say. BulletProof Music D3014. 1997. CD.
A Million Things to Say
Jonathan Hart: electric guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals, backing vocals. Nathan Rudolf: bass, backing vocals. Matthew Whitley: lead electric guitar, acoustic guitar. Brennan Simmons: drums, percussion, backing vocals. Organ on "Palm Sunday" by Donna Merritt. MiniMoog on "Grow to Love" by Mike Wellman. Programming by Kenneth Lovell.
All words by Jonathan Hart. All music by Crooked Smile.
Welcome to Our Dreamworld (7:47). Keep on Spilling (4:17). Grow to Love (5:45). Sometimes You Feel (5:11). Subway Station (4:29). 5/4 Song in G Major (allegro) (4:52). Nothingness (4:47). I Spin (3:53). Palm Sunday (6:16). Not Enough (4:31). 1929 (4:41). Winter in My Soul (6:04). Dreamworld (0:57).
Produced by David VCanderpoel with David Cobb. Tracked and mixed at 360 Studios, Norcross, Geaorgia. Engineered by David Cobb, Ken Lovell and J. C. Richardson. Mixed by everybody. Mastered by Rodney Mills at The Masterhouse, Duluth, Georgia. Photography by Jeffrey Domke at and around MARTA, Atlanta, Georgia. Art by David Vanderpoel on a Macintosh.
*Soldiers of the Light. Indie. 2003. CD.
Soldiers of the Light
Songs: Soldiers of the Light (3:36). The Cross (5:04). God’s Love Still Stand (2:12).
*If God Is Dead. Nashville Records NRS527. 197? LP.
*God Gave the Song. Median M3351. Stereo. LP.
God Gave the Song
Songs: God Gave the Song. The Sweetest Hallelujah. Because He Lives. His Name Is Wonderful. Calling. He's Changing Me. I'll See You in the Rapture. One Day at a Time. Because of Yesterday. May God Be with You.
*Walk around Heaven All Day. Custom? LP. 1981.
Walk around Heaven All Day
Songs: Thank You for My Journey. Somebody Here Need a a Blessing. Walk and Talk with Jesus / God Has Smiled on Me. I Can’t Stay Away. The Old Ship of Zion. Secret Closet / Go Ahead. Wall All over God’s Heaven. Walk around Heaven All Day. When I’m Gone.
Some members of this hip hop band: The Ambassador; The Phanatik; The Tonic; Earthquake.
*Heaven's Mentality. CMN. 1997.
*House of Representatives. Seventh Street. 1999.
*Human Emergency. Seventh Street. 2000.
Rimmer, Mike. "Addressing a Human Emergency." Cross Rhythms Feb-Mar 2001: 20-21.
Band began in 1992. Durham, North Carolina area.
*Something to Shout About. Custom CS. 10 songs.
Cross Trip 66
Beaver Falls, PA. Students at Geneva College. Style is ska core. Circa 1997. Ray Hammond: trumpet. Brandon Scmolze: bass. John Mock: lead guitar. Smith Doubet: lead vocals, tenor sax. Dave Trewhella: drums. Tammy Trepac: alto sax. Other members play trumpet, trombone and alto sax.
*Let the Cosmos Ring. Avante Garde Records 131. 1969. LP.
*Warriors. Cassette. 6 tracks. 1996.
Crossfire: Dave Barker:keyboards. John Elliott: vocals and guitars. Martin Nelson: drums. Andy Sayner: vocals and bass. Geoff Howlett of the British zine NFN (Never For Nothing) furnished the information on Crossfire.
*Crossforce. Light Brigade Rcords LBR001. 1986. Custom CS.
Tony Crider: lead vocals, guitar, keyboards. Jeff Scott: bass, keyboards. P. W. Castillo: lead, rhythm guitar. Mark Cassettari: drums and cover design. Mark Rapley: keyboards.
Side1: Tomorrow Will Come. Our Father. Smoke Filled Room. Side 2: Out of the Darkness. Ready and Waiting. Rockin' Til the Final Day.
*Reach out and Touch the Lord. Custom, no number. 1970s? LP.
Reach out and Touch the Lord
Rev. Homer Hendrix: piano. G. B. Hood: lead. Rev. Harold Wilson: baritone. Emmett Creasley: bass. Rev. Henry McCoy: tenor. Floyd Robinson: bass guitar.
Side 1: Reach out and Touch the Lord (2:25). Going Up (2:00). Sweetest Song I Know (1:36). My Child, You're Home to Stay (1:52). I'll Wake Up in Glory (2:28). He'll Hold My Hand (2:30). Side 2: Hallelujah, I'm Going Home (1:20). Now I Have Everything (2:25). What a Happy Day (1:58). I'll Have a New Life (2:10). Keep Your Eyes on Jesus (1:34). The Unseen Hand (2:23).
*Wayfaring Stranger. Gold Crown. 1980. LP.
*Live in Concert. Praise PRS 141. LP.
*Inspirational Songs. Metro M/MS-528. LP.
*I’ve Been with Jesus (Smith) / Jonah. MGM K11681. 45 rpm.
Side 1: I’ve Been with Jesus. The Old Hymns. Aren’t You Glad You’ve Got Religion. The Sunshine of His Love. I Saw a Man. Side 2: I’ve Heard about a City. The Fourth Man. Jacob’s Ladder. He’s Everywhere. You Are the Finger of God.
A&R coordinator: Irv Srimler. Director of engineering: Val Valentin. Written and composed by Arthur Smith.
Crossroads Church of Christ, Gainesville, Florida
*Shall We Hope or Shall We Die? CRS1006. 1978. LP.
*Sing to the Lord a New Song. SoN120941. LP.
Shall We Hope or Shall We Die?
Side 1: Shall We Hope or Shall We Die? (Randy McKean / Sherwin Mackintosh. Solo: Greg Petit). In These Delightful, Pleasant Groves (Henry Purcell). Lord, Let Some Rain Fall Down on Me (Louvenia Gainey / Sherwin Mackintosh. Solo: Estella Walton). Side 2: Poor Wayfarin' Stranger (black spiritual, arranged by S. Mackintosh. Solo: Helen Batie). O Come Let Us Sing Unto the Lord (William Byrd). Motherless Child (black spiritual; arranged and solo by Sherwin Mackintosh). Shall We Hope or Shall We Die? (reprise).
Sherwin Mackintosh: director of the Crossroads Singers. Cover design: Beth Baldauf. Recorded and mastered at Woodland Sound Studios, Nashville, Rex Collier, engineer.
Crossway Worship Band
Bartlett, Tennessee. Praise and worship
*All Day Long. 1999. CD.
*Amazed. 2002. CD.
*On Bended Knee. 2002. CD.
Doug Simmers: lead vocals, acoustic guitar. Vince Leffler: bass, vocals. Bill Simmers: drums, percussion. Jimmie Enright: keyboards, vocals. Keith Tyrbett: acoustic guitar. Stormie Williams: percussion, vocals. Chuck Ludwigsen: keys, organ, vocals. Choir: Cynthia Hunt, Mike Simmers, Holly Simmers, Jessica Plaisance, Jacquelin Simmers.
All Day Long
Songs: Come on Somebody. Though You Slay Me. We Worship the King. Holy Is Your Name. Victorious. Let Your Glory Fall on Us. By Your Grace. The Lord’s Prayer. You Can’t Take My Joy Away. We Celebrate Your Goodness. Have Mercy. He Is.
Andrae Crouch / the Disciples
*Take the Message Everywhere. Light Records LS-5504-LP. Two different covers.
*Keep on Singin'. Light Records LS-5546-LP.
*Soulfully. Light Records LS-5581-LP. 1972.
*Just Andrae. Light Records LS-5598-LP. 1972.
*Live at Carnegie Hall. Light Records LS-5602-LP. 1973.
*Take Me Back. Light Records LS-5637-LP. 1975.
*The Best of Andrae. Light Records LS-5678. 1975.
*This Is Another Day. Light Records LS-5683. 1976.
*Live in London. Light Records LSX-5717. 1978.
*I'll Be Thinking of You. Light Records LS-5763. 1979. Reissue 1993. CS. 5141610544
*Don't Give Up. Warner Brothers Records BSK 3513. 1981. Solo.
*Finally. Light Records 60170. 1982. Solo.
*No Time to Lose. Light Records LS-5863. 1984.
*Autograph. Light Records SPCN 7115710740. 1986. Best of collection.
*Volume I, the Classics. Light 115730601. 1991. CS.
*Sizzlin' Sounds Collection. Warner Alliance. 1994. Song: Say So.
*Gospel's Greatest Hits Volume II. CGI Records 5141651254. 1995. Cassette.
Song: My Tribute.
*Live Gospel Experience. V2. CGI Records 5141611824. 1996. Song: My Tribute.
*Beside Still Waters. CGI Records 5141613682. 1998. Song: I'll Be Thinking of You.
*Through the Fire. CGI Records 5141613952. 1998. Song: Through It All.
*Peace Be Still. CGI Records 5141613962. 1998. Song: The Love Medley
*Great Men of Gospel. Revival records 57212. 1998. Song: Got Me Some Angels.
*First Love. Newport Music NPD 1605. 1998. Songs: I Don't Know Why. (Jesus Loved Me); I Will Lift up Mine Eyes; Bless His Holy Name. Recorded live
*Gospel Music Association Hall of Fame. Spring Hill Music Group CMD 5466. 1988. Song: The Blood Will Never Lose Its Power.
Volume I, the Classics
Songs: Just Like He Said He Would. Take Me Back. Sweet Love of Jesus. Jesus Is the Answer. It Won’t Be Long. Tell Them. Through It All. Soon and Very Soon. I Don’t Know Why. I’m Gonna Keep on Singin’. I’ll Be Thinking of You. I’ve Got Confidence. They Shall Be Mine. My Tribute.
*We Sing Praises. Light 5141310574. 1983. LP / CS.
We Sing Praises
Songs: Magnify the Lord with Me. There Is Power in the Blood. He’s Worthy. My Soul Loves Only You. Holy Spirit. No Greater Love. We Need to Hear from You. Glad I Heard Your Voice.
*Operation K.A.P. 1999. CD. Hip-Hop
New Alexandria, Pennsylvania, circa 1997. Styles are eclectic - contempo pop, jazz, r and b, blues, acoustic, rock.
*Legend of a Fool. Sherwood SHR - 5 519. 1981. LP.
*Finish Line. Sherwood SHR 11-29. 1983. LP.
*Seven Seventy-Seven. Fortress R84029. 1985. LP.
*Windows to the World. Fortress SPCN 7900602437. 1988. LP.
*Electric Cinema. 1992.
Robin Crow: acoustic guitar, vocals. George Cocchini: electric guitar. Shane Keister: synthesizers, keyboard bass. Michael Rhodes: bass, fretless bass. Dave Adams: Linn and Simmons drums. David Laubaugh: DMX, DX and Simmons drums. Backing vocals: Michael Card, Scott Roley, Dan Schaffer, Mike Albrech, M. Sparrow Holt. Michael Card: vocals on “Lift Up Your Voices.” John Lawry: synthesizers, vocoder.
All songs by Robin Crow
Side 1: Titanic (3:28). God So Loved (3:04). Starting Over (3:50). Let the Truth Come Out (4:32). Side 2: Lift Up Your Voices (3:17). Beatitudes (2:55). Seven Seventy-Seven (3:15). Quiet Times (4:26). Third World (3:05).
Produced by Robin Crow. Co-produced by George Cocchini. Executive producer: Ray Nenow. Recorded at Great Circle of Sound, Sound Stage Studio, Reel Sound Remote Bus: Nashville, July – December 1984. Engineerd by Chris McCollum, Dave Perkins, Doug Sarrett. Mixed by Brent King, Chris McCollum. Mastered by Benny Quinn, Masterfonics. Cover design: Jeff Spencer. Photography: Clark Thomas.
*Favorites for Mary. 20th Anniversary Souvenir Album. Hig Records HIG-20. No date. LP.
Songs: God’s Choir. Something Beautiful / Alleluia. It Is Finished. Come and Dine. Remember Me. Show a Bit of Love and Kindness. Feeling at Home. Battle Hymn of the Republic.
Crowns of Glory
*God Save the Children. ABC / Peacock PLP-59224. LP. Some of the songs are: I’m So Grateful. God Save the Childre. Follow Me. My Story.
*Christmas Hymns / Silent Night, Holy Night (Gounod Mixed Trio). Okeh 4207. 78rpm
Crozier Family Singers
*Jesus Shall Reign. Summit Sound SS4-1072. 1986. CS. Label: Westport, Ontario, Canada.
Jesus Shall Reign
Songs: Medley: Great Is the Lord / How Majestic Is Your Name. If You Live the Lord. Wouldn’t Take Nothin’ for My Journey Now. Psalm 91. Jesus Is Mine. Jesus Shall Reign. Medley: Give Him Praise / Oh That Men. Would Praise the Lord / Praise the Lord.
Sydney, Australia. Began in June 1999. Style is rock similar to Rez and King's X. Matt Pogue. Michael King. Geoff Dilworth. Ben Hazlett.
see also: Stavesacre; Native Son and the Foundation
*Nailed. Custom tape. No info. Reissued on CD. Tooth & Nail TN 1009.
*Take up Your Cross. Repent Records. Custom tape. no info.
*Live at the New Order, EP. 5 March 1989. Custom tape.
*The Crucified. Narrowpath 7900602216. 1989. Reissued: Tooth & Nail TN 1004.
*Pillars of Humanity. Ocean Records.
*Arise Skates: Soundtrack. Star Song SSD 8167. 1991. CD. Songs: Your Image. Hellcorn.
*Interview with Mike Cooksey. Zine of the Times (ZOTT) 7 (1986).
*Review. Take Up Your Cross. Zine of the Times (ZOTT) 8 (1986).
*Crothers, Kevin. "Speedcore Godz." White Throne 6 (1990): 24, 27.
*Crothers, Kevin. Rev. of "Live at the New Order." White Throne 6 (1990): 31.
*News News News. Heaven's Metal 54 (1995): 11. Short report of band's reunion for two shows - a date in Irvine, California and June 30th at Cornerstone '95.
*Incandescent. Broken SPCN 710030182-3. 1985.
*Escape from the Fallen Planet. Frontline RO9004. 1986.
*Thunder Beach. Frontline RO9021. 1987.
*Tame the Volcano. Frontline RO9039. 1988.
*Time After Time. 1992.
New Bedford, Massachusetts. He "was a Ted Mack winner in 1961..." For those who may not remember or know, Mack had a TV show called the Ted Mack Amateur Hour."
*Gospel Folk Songs. Crown V Records CV 1071. No date. LP.
Gospel Folk Songs
All songs by Larry Crump, except as noted.
Side 1: Hero of the Ages (2:36). Calling (Peterson 1:48). A Plumber for the Lord (2:23). Ballad of Salvation (1:55). Wayfaring Stranger (traditional 4:10). Let Me Walk with God (2:14). Side 2: Release Barabbas (2:22). Lord I Cannot (LaRowe 2:37). Jesus Walks the Streets of Galilee (2:09). Over the Sunset Mountains (Peterson 2:16). I'll Go Where You Want Me to Go Dear Lord (Rounsefell 3:04). Calypso Christian (2:30).
A Note from Larry Crump... (from the back cover)
I was born on January 14, 1932, in a rural boarding house near Richmond, Virginia. My mother, Rosy Salmon, was a farm girl from Halifax County and my dad, John B. Crump, was a young carpenter. Dad build our house himself during the depression. This is where my musical background started. Dad played a fiddle and how I loved it. Later he bought a guitar and when my hands grew big enough he let me learn to play. My three younger brothers, Irwin, Curtis and "Butch" (Owen), have all grown up with the same love for guitar pickin'.
I quit Midlothian High to join the Navy in 1951. I believed there were more "kicks" for me out in the world. At the end of my hitch in service I met my wife, Dorothy Manchester, in New Bedford, Massachusetts. We settled down in her home town and the next few years brought many changes in our lives. Just before the birth of our first child, Cheryl, we began to visit Elim Baptist Church where we were challenged by the Gospel of Jesus Christ. After we both accepted Christ we became active in church work and in raising our other children: Laurie, John, James, Virginia and Timothy.
During this time I also became concerned about the lack of a high school diploma. So I went back to school and worked nights to take care of my family. These were hard years but the Lord was with us through it all.
My first gospel song was written on a Sunday evening in church. The pastor, Ed Hales, was speaking in his usual clear and loving style, but for some reason I couldn't concentrate on his message. Instead, I wrote the words to "Let Me Walk with God" on the edges of a church bulletin.
Many people have heard my songs and enjoyed them but my earnest prayer is this: That many people will come to know the Lord of these songs who is also the Lord of my life.
*The Crusader Men. Word WST-8334. LP.
The Crusader Men
Side 1: Onward Christian Soldiers (Sullivan / Hungerford 1:59). There Is Glory in My Soul (Gabriel 2:45). The Sweetest Name (Bradbury 1:42). Wounded for Me (Owens 3:03). Praise Ye the Lord (trad.; arr. by Hustad 1:12). ‘Twas Jesus’ Blood (Loes / Hustad 1:55). Saciour, MyHeart Is Thine (Stebbins / Hustad 3:27). Side 2: The Church in the Wildwood (Pitts / Hustad 2:00). O for a Thousand Tongues (Glaser / Hustad 1:58). He the Pearly Gates Will Open (arr. Ahlwen 3:48). Rejoice, the Lord Is King (Darwall / Gerig 1:57). Savior, I Will Follow Thee (Excell / Hustad 2:18). Wonderful Peace – A Medley (Cooper / Bilhorn; arr. Hustad 3:38). Directd by Don Hustad. Accompanied by Tedd Smith. Produced by Cliff Barrows.
*Make a Joyful Noise with Drums and Guitars. Tower T5048. 1966. LP.
*Scott, Ken. Archivist: Vintage Vinyl Jesus Music 1965 - 1980. 3rd ed. 2003
*Cruse 2. Nissi EMR 4610. 1984.
*Long Journey Home. Greentree RO2323. 1986.
*Love Is Taking Over. Superior Records SR-105. 1974. LP.
*God's Wonderful People. Superior Records SR-110. 1974. LP.
*Cruse Family Album. Superior Records SR-113. 1975. LP.
*Heaven Bound. Canaan Records CAS-9800. 1976. LP.
*Cruse Family Gospel. Superior Records SR-117. 1977. LP.
*Faith. Canaan Records CAS 9812. 1977. LP.
*Harmony. Impact Records R 3592. 1979. LP.
*For Every Heart. Impact Records R3726. 1981. LP.
*The Best of the Cruse Family. Dayspring Records DST-4028. 1981. LP and CS (DC-4028).
*Cruse. Priority Records JU 38335. 1982. LP.
*Cruse Collection. Impact R03777. 1984. LP.
*Bless Your Name / Narrated lead-in to Bless Your Name. Priority. 1982.
*I Am the Mighty One / Narrated lead-in to I Am the Mighty One. Priority. 1982.
Love Is Taking Over
Songs: Love Is Taking Over. There's a Light at the End of the Darkness. The Baptism of Jesse Taylor. I Believe. Leave a Well in the Valley. Jesus, How I Love You. What a Time We Have. All I Want. He's Been My Dearest Friend. A Song Holy Angels Cannot Sing.
God's Wonderful People
Songs: God's Wonderful People. That's Just Like Jesus. If You've Tried Everything. Life. He Rescued Me. Whisper Jesus. One Day at a Time. You're the Best Thing. Thank You for Touching My Life. Must Be a Heavenly Home.
Cruse Family Album
Songs: Stand by Me Jesus. A Simple Song. Rain. One More Day. The Sinner's Been Set Free. The Church's Finest Hour. I Claim Jesus. Free the People. Empty Handed. If There Were Only Time for Love.
Songs: The Only One. Heaven Bound. Captain of Sunshine. You Got the Power. Peace. My Love for You. Fagan’s Chapel. The Good Ole Days. Turn Your Lifer over to Jesus. He Was There All the Time.
Cruse Family Gospel
Songs: Jesus How I Love You. What a Time Over There. Leave a Well in the Valley. I Believe. Help Me. Love Is Taking Over. Here Comes the Bride. Penny Annie. Joy in the Morning. Why Me.
The Best of Cruse Family
Songs: Let’s Begin to Reign (3:30). The Cornerstone (3:30). Reach (3:41). It Is Well (3:48). The Only One (2:54). Remember Me (2:58). Heavenbound (3:06). I’ll Love You, Lord (2:53). Love Broke Thru (3:02).
The Cruse Collection
Side 1: A New Song (Nancy Cruse / Becky Cruse / Cindy Cruse 4:02). Hold On (Tony Brown / Paul Ocerstreet 2:49). Class Reunion (John Rosasco / Don Rogers 3:32). My Heart (Cindy Cruse / Becky Cruse 1:30). Power (Becky Cruse / Cindy Cruse 3:40).
*Crux. Boot to Head. 1994.
*Failure to Yield. Tooth & Nail TN 1035. 1995.
*Cakewalk. Tooth & Nail TN 1082. 1997. CD.Released on LP also.
*How Does This Go? Tooth & Nail. 1998. CD.
*Don't Spit on Me Vol. 1. West Coast side: "No Clue" and "Agenda" by Crux. East Coast side: "Tried to Be Different" and "Too Many Faces” by Black Cherry Soda. White vinyl 7 inch.
*"Trampled." Boot to Head. 1996.
Rich Phillips: vocals. Mike Boddington: drums, backing vocals. Greg Dimick: guitar, backing vocals. Bob Gossett.
Songs: Paint (Mike / Greg 1:31). In Short (Mike . Greg 1:41). Punk Police (Rich / Greg 2:33). Relentless (Mike / Greg 2:06). Blue Collared Guy (Mike / Greg 1:32). Farming in Beijing (Rich / Greg 2:09). Not Taken (Mike / Greg 1:08). Bring on Some Anarchy (Feeble Man / Greg 1:58).
*Teen Challenge Presents Live. NCLP6417. 196?
*Personal Testimony. House of McDuff HMS302. 197? LP.
Appears to be a crusade singer / drama family
*For God So Loves. Drama Crusade Records T4005. LP. 197?
For God So Loves
Side 1: For Gos So Loves (D. Cruze 2:55). Heaven Came Down (J. Peterson 1:40). The Lighthouse (R. Hinson 4:00). It Is No Secret (S. Hamblen 3:20). It’s Jesus I Really Want to See (G. Jensen 2:53). Side 2: You (Dallas Holm 3:13). The Longer I Serve Him (W. Gaither 3:02). Someone (Alfred B. Smith 2:30). Lead Me to Calvary (Hussey / Kirkpatrick 2:34). Story (D. Cruze 2:59).
Produced by Tom Harrison. Engineer: Fred Cameron. Art Direction: Jerry Clark. Photography: George Bloodworth. Recorded and remixed at Oak Valley Sound, Nashville.
*Keep No Secrets. Star Song SPCN 7102054866. 1984. LP.
*Fuel on the Fire. Star Song 7102066864. 1986. LP.
*Like a River. Reunion 7010046727. 1989. CD. Also: Geffen 720642440223. 1992. CD.
*Kingdom Upside Down. Reunion 7010056722. 1990. CD. Also: Geffen 720642440124. 1992. CD.
*Love over Gold. UCA Records 51101 1995. CS number. CD number: 766115110224. 1996.
*What Sin? (Best 0f). Damascus Road DRD8153. 1998. CD.
*Life In the Blood (special radio mix). Star Song. 1984.
*David Meece. Once in a Lifetime. 1993. Choir, chorus, vocals.
*Blessed Is He. Psalm 150 Music 767667151024. CS. 2001. Performer.
*Golden Books: Christmas Carols. Word Entertainment 080688628420. 2004. CD. Arranger, engineer, vocal producer
*Golden Books: Lullabies. Word Entertainment 080688628529. 2004. CS. Arranger, engineer, vocal producer.
*Golden Books: Bible Songs. Word Entertainment. 080688628628. 2004. CS. Arranger, engineer, vocal producer.
*Golden Books: Sunday School Songs. Word Entertainment 080688628727. 2004. DVD, CS. Arranger, engineer, vocal producer.
*Golden Books: Toddler Songs. Word Entertainment. 080688628826. 2004. CS. Arranger, engineer, vocal producer.
*Golden Books: Praise Songs. Word Entertainment. 080688628925. 2004. CA. Arranger, engineer, vocal producer.
*Golden Books: Hymns. Word Entertainment. 080688629922. 2004. CS. Arranger, engineer, vocal producer.
*Golden Books: Preschool Songs. Word Entertainment 080688629823. 2004. DVD, CS. Arranger, engineer, vocal producer.
Keep No Secrets
John Andrew Schreiner: all keyboard sequencer programming. Jonathan David Brown: Oberheim DMX programming (drum machine programming). Carl Marsh: Fairlight synthesizer played and programmed. Marty Walsh: all guitars. Adam Smith: guitar solo on “Life in the Blood.” Scott “Cactus” Moser: cymbal overdubs. Dave Thrush: alto saxophone. Paul Mills: Synclavier programming. Backing vocals: Morgan Cryar, Chris Roberts, Bob and Jayne Farrell, J. D. B. Female voice on “Holy Fire” duet: Jayne Farrell.
Side 1: I Get Carried Away (Cryar / Schreiner 3:08). Keep No Secrets (Cryar / J. D. Brown 3:53). Someone to Change Me (J. D. Brown / Cryar (3:56). Life in the Blood (Lisa Brady 3:32). Holy Fire (Cryar / Twila Paris 3:55). Side 2: A Few of My Old Friends (Cryar 3:03). I Wanna Be Good (Rick Crawford 2:51). Concealed Weapon (Cryar / Schreiner 3:28). Just a Little Like You (Cryar / J. D. Brown 4:21). Mase-Up Mind (J. D. Brown / Cryar 5:42).
Recorded at Rivendell Recorders, Pasadena, Texas; additional engineers: BrianTankersley, Paul Mills, Dan Yaney. Mama Jo’s Recording Studio, North Hollywood, California; additional engineers: Todd Van Etten, Steven Ford. Peace in the Valley Recording Studio, Arleta, California; additional engineers: Joe Bellamy. Weddington Studios, North Hollywood; additional engineers: Gred Butler, Wally Grant, Mike Ross. Fireside Studios, Nashville: additional engineer: Roger Holmes. Mastered at Future Disc Systems, Hollywood, by Steve Hall. Produced and recorded by Jonathan David Brown. Arrangements by John Andrew Schreiner and Morgan Cryar. Art direction and design: Joan Tankersley for Te Cover Story. Photography: Craig Stewart. Layout: Lori Cooper. Make-up: Heidi Schulze. Hair styling: Dru Venable.
Fuel on the Fire
Bass: John Patitucci, Miles Hill, Steve Dady. Drums: Gordon Peak. Guitar: Dane Deviller, Ty Tabor, Jerry McPherson, Roy Salmond. Keyboards: Roy Salmond, Paul Mills. Percussion: Darryl Bennet. Emulator programming: Paul Mills. Additional vocals: Roy Salmond, Doug Pinnick, Bob Farrell, Pam Mark Hall, Morgan Cryar, Donny Hackett, Dave Slagter, Gayle Salmond. Backing vocals on “I Need the Rock” and “Pray in the USA”: The Morgan Tabernacle Choir: TyTabor, Mike Robinson, Marty Warren, Dale Richardson, Mitch Fortey, Bret Hurst, Vito Rosolino, Steve Dady, Doug Pinnick, Morgan Cryar, Kemper Crabb.
Side 1: Pray in the USA (Tabor / Cryar 3:30). I’m Not Alone (Cryar / Pinnick / Tabor 4:28). Underneath Your Feet (Tabor 3:06). I Gotta Know (Cryar / Pinnick (2:19). I Need the Rock (Cryar / Tabor). Side 2: Break the Chain (Cryar / Tabor 4:03). Sibling Rivalry (Cryar 3:43). Under the Rug (Cryar / John Schreiner / Mitch Rayborn 3:00). Strength of the Weak (Cryar / Tabor / Rayborn 3:45). Hideaway (Cryar / Tabor 2:56).
Produced and recorded by Roy Salmond. Recorded at Rivendell Recorders, Pasadena, Texas. Engineered by Dave Slagter and Paul Mills. Assisted by Gary Cole, Steve Dady and Bret Hurst. Overdubs engineered by Paul Mills. Additional overdubs at Inside Track Studio, Burnaby, Canada. Mixed at Inside Track Studio by Slagter and Salmond. Mastered at Future Disk Systems by Steve Hall. Art direction and design: Large Rhymes, Inc., Houston, Texas. Photography: Craig Stewart Studio, Houston.
Crystal River Band
*Praising the Lord. Harvest GAR1172. 1989.
*Crystalaires. Custom 8760. 197? LP.
*Crystavox. Regency 7900823522. 1990.
*The Bottom Line. Ocean. 1992.
Csehy Musical Messengers
Wilmos Csehy 1914 – 1983
Wife was Gladys, a pianist
*Steeple Time. Singspiration LP104. 10 inch LP.
*The Csehy Musical Messngers. Zondervan ZLP721. 1968. LP.
*Gospel Gems. Singspiration LP1232. 1956. 10 inch LP.
*The Cseny Collection of Gospel Gems. Singspiration ZLP152. 1957. LP.
*Steeple Time. Singspiration ZLP162. 1958. LP.
*Steeple Time. Singspiration LP163. 1958. LP.
The Csehy Collection of Gospel Gems
Songs: I’d Rather Have Jesus. When I Survey the Wondrous Cross. All Hail Immanuel. More Love to Thee. His Eye Is on the Sparrow. It Is Well with My Soul. Jesus Is All the World to Me. Open the Gates of the Temple. Fairest Lord Jesus. What a Friend We Have in Jesus. I Am Not Worthy. I’ll Be a Soldier for Jesus. We’ve a Story to Tell to the Nations. Come Ye Thankful People, Come. Wilmos Csehy: violin with instrumental and vocal accompaniment.
Previously was a member of the
secular band, The Outlaws
*Koo-Ah. Refuge R3788. 1982. Reissued on LP. Sparrow SPR 1108. 1985.
*No Mystery. Refuge R-3853. 1983. LP.
*You're My Road. Sparrow SPR 1106. 1985. LP.
*Wear Your Colors. Sparrow SPR 1130. 1986. LP.
*Can't Stand Too Tall. Reunion 701003012X. 1988. LP. CD: 7010030723.
*Midnight Sun. Reunion 7010045720. 1989. CD.
*Within Reach. Reunion 701006072X. 1991. CD.
*The Way Love Is. Reunion 7010075522. 1992. CD.
*Songs to Live By. UCA Records. 1993.
*Times Ten. UCA Records CD58002. 1995. CD.
*Like a Cool Drink. UCA Records. 1997. CD.
*Sparrow Spotlight Sampler Volume 3. Sparrow PROSPOT3C. 1985. CS. Cua song: You’ve Only Got One Life.
*Phil Keaggy. Time. Myrrh 7016997618. 1995. Cua sang. This was a 2 disc bset of.
*By His Power. Time-Life Music 724352827428. 2001. CD. Also EMI-Capitol Special Markets R804-21. Cua song: For the Love of God.
*Rock on Christian. Madacy Christian MC2 3913. 2001. Cua song: I Can, I Will.
*Cause. Do Something Now. Sparrow SPR 1110. 1985. Cua sang on the song.
*Phil Keaggy. Find Me in These Fields. Epic / Word EK48468. 1990. Cua: bass.
*Hear the Angels Sing. Ideals Publications 0824976304. 1993. CS. Cua: bass guitar. May have been a children’s recording.
*Ceili Rain. Say “KAY-lee.” Punch Peg 006. 1997. CD. Cua: bass, backing vocals.
*Compassion All Star Band. 1 By 1. Sparrow SPC 1216. 199? Cua: bass, vocals.
*Shaded Red. Red Revolution. Cadence 6790024102. 1999. CD. Cua: bass guitar on “Slow Suicide” and Endless Summer Days.”
*Petra. Revival. Inpop POD 1245. 2001. CD. Cua: bass.
*Songs from the Bennett House. Spring Hill Worship CMD1081. 2005. Cua: executive producer.
Rick Cua: lead vocals, bass. Freddie Salem: guitar; solo on “I Wanna”; second solo on “Eternity.” John Rosasco: keyboard, piano. Jeff Levine: organ. David Dix: drums. Matt Greeley: percussion. Hughie Thomasson: acoustic guitar; guitar solo on “Spirit.” Billy Jones: guitar solo on “The Rock.” Mike Duke: piano. Alan Steinberger: synthesizer. Ron DeRollo: guitars; first guitar solo on “Eternity.” Larry Arlotta: Fender Rhodes. Joe English: drums. Will McFarland: guitars. Dennis Solee: sax solo: saxophone. Terry McMillan: percussion on “Just a Little Bit More.” Robbie Dupree: harmonica solo on “Melt My Heart.” Backing vocals: Robbie Dupree, Gary Pigg, Marty McCall, John Rosasco, Diane Tidwell, Lisa Silver, Donna McElroy, Jimmy Hall, Matt Greeley.
Side 1: Fly Me to Heaven (Robert Halligan 3:38). Spirit (Rick Cua / Ron DeRolle 3:53). The Rock Was Rolled Away (Scott Roley / James Elliott 3:14). Eternity (Phill McHugh / Greg Nelson 4:07). Heaven Was Made for Everybody (Rick Cua 3:34). Side 2: You Can Still Rock ‘N Roll (Rick Cua 3:01). Crossfire (Rick and Diane Cua / Ron DeRolle 3:19). Just a Little Bit More (Roley / Greg Nelson / Tom Douglas 3:56). I Wanna Be Like You (Rick Cua 4:46). Melt My Heart (Roley / Nelson / Douglas 2:53).
Ray Nenow: executive producer. Produced and arranged by John Rosasco and Rick Cua for Primacy. Jeff Levine: engineer. Jim Baird, Haran Hunter: assistant engineers. Recorded at Glaser Recording Studio and Lower Level Studio, Nashville. Album design: Bill Brunt, Private Eye Studio. Photography: Larry Dixon.
Side 1: He Lives in Me (Rick Cua / Bob Halligan, Jr. 3:55). One Way Out (Cua / Halligan 4:37). Changed (Jim Bacon / Cus / Halligan 3:54). Just Visiting (Rob Friedman 4:10). The Power (3:10). Side 2: High Schol Reunion (Cua 3:22). Create in Me a Heart (Cua / Doug Hall 4:18). A.S.S.E.F. (Anytime Special Supernatural Everyday Friend) (R. and D. Cua / Halligan 2:52). Bright Light (Cua 3:17). Help Me Out (Cua / Ron DeRollo 4:14).
Produced by RickCua. Executive producer: Ray Nenow. Engineered and mixed by Johnnie Schinas and Don Martell. Recorded at Redan Sound, London, England. Mastered by Jack Skinner at Sterling Sound, N.Y.C. Synthsizer programs by Don Martell and Ed Vivenzio. Cover design and illustration: Buddy Jackson. Photography: Mark Tucker.
You’re My Road
Jock Guthrie: guitars. Bob Halligan, Jr.: keyboards, additional guitar. David Dix: drums. Lisa Cates: percussion. Dave Perkins: guitars; first solo on “One Life.” Mike Mead: drums. Rick Cua: lead vocals, bass and 8-string bass. Buz Cua: additional guitar on “We Are the Chosen.” Ron DeRollo: second solo on “One Life.” Jim Horn: sax on “Runaway.” Wendy Waldman: due and backing vocals on “We Are Yours.” Peter York: additional guitar on “Can’t Stop.” Backing vocals: Rick Cua, Dave Perkins, Bob Halligan, Jr., Barbara Catanzaro, Rob Frazier, Richard Langford, Mike Mead, Janna Pastin, Jock Guthrie.
Side 1: Don’t Say Suicide (D. and R. Cua / Halligan 3:30). You’re My Road (Perkins / Cua 3:54). One Child in Pain (Cua / Halligan 3:40). We Are the Chosen (Cua / Niles Borop / Dwight Liles (3:51). You’ve Only Got One Life (Cua / Halligan 3:40). Side 2: House Calls (Cua / Halligan 3:14). Runaway (Cua / Halligan / Perkins 3:33). We Are Yours (Cua / Halligan 3:22). The Old Man (Cua / Borop / Liles 4:12). Can’t Stop (Cua / Halligan 3:07).
Produced by Rick Cua and Bob Halligan, Jr. Engineered and mixed by Jeff Balding. Additional engineers: Dave Perkins, Chris McCollum. Assistant engineer: Brett Perry. Recorded at Gold Mine Studio, Nashville and Oak Hill Assembly with the Reel Sound Remote Bus. Synthesizer programs by Dino Pastin and Sam Tritico.
Wear Your Colors
Drums: Mike Mead. Guitars: George Cocchini, Dave Perkins, Ron DeRollo, Marc Ribler. Keyboards: John Sinclair, Bob Halligan, Jr., Larry Arlotta, Dave Perkins, Tommy Greer, Dino Pastin. Percussion: Mike Mead, Dave Hanlon. Synthsizer programming: Dino Pastin, John Sinclair, Tommy Greer, Dave Perkins, Chad Welling. Bass guitar and lead vocals: Rick Cua. Backing vocals: Bob Halligan, Jr., Rob Frazier, Dave Perkins, Rick Cua, Shawn Welling.
Side 1: Wear Your Colors (Cua / Perkins / Halligan 3:53). Flex (Cua / Halligan 3:27). This Raging Fire (Halligan 3:50). Hungry (Perkins 3:22). Lemme At ‘Em (Halligan 3:36). Side 2: Got the Rock (Cua / Halligan 3:03). Unchained (Halligan 3:41). Nightfall (Cua / Cocchini / Perkins 4:02). Hats Off to You (Cua / Halligan / Perkins 3:06). Line of Fire (Marc Ribler / Halligan 4:10).
Produced by Dave Perkins. Engineers: David Schober, Malcolm Harper, Dave Perkins, Lynn Fuston. Additional engineers: Don Martell, Ron DeRollo, Glen Marchese, Chris McCollum, J. B., and David Shirley. Studios: ReelSound Bus, Nashville; Grand Slam Studio, West Orange, New Jersey; Lakewood Studio, Jamesville, New York. Remote location: Oak Hill Assembly, Nashville. Mix: ReelSound Truck, Austin, Texas. Mastered at Future Disc Systems, Hollywood, California.
Can’t Stand Too Tall
Rick Cua: Bass. Keith Thomas: synthesizers. Mike Mead: drums, cymbals. Tom Hemby: guitar; synthesizer, syhth bass abd drum programming. Ron Sorbo: percussion, gong. Carl Marsh: Fairlight. Joey Cigainero: synth bass programming on “Reckless Faith.” Backing vocals: Bon Halligan, Rob Frazier, Chris Rodriguez, Mike English, Chris Harris, Mark Heimermann.
Side 1: Hard Times (John and Dino Elefante / Rick Cua 4:41). Can’t Stand Too Tall (Halligan / Mary Lee Kortes 3:44). Tunnel Vision (Wayne Kirkpatrick / Cua / Tom Hemby 4:05). For the Lord of God (Keith Thomas / W. Kirkpatrick / Cua 5:29). Reckess Faith (Rob Frazier / Cua 4:39). Side 2: Crash the Party (Matk Heimermann / Chris Harris 3:39). We Are All the Same (Kirkpatrick / Cua / Hemby 3:54). Shakedown (Nick Distefano / Cua 4:03). Forever Yours (Halligan / Cus 3:59).
Produced and arranged by Tom Hemby. Executive producers: Jeff Moseley, Terry Hemmings. Recorded and mixed by Bill Deaton. Recorded at Gold Mine, 16th Avenue South, Down Stage, Digital Recorders, Relections, OmniSound Studios. Mastered by Denny Purcell at Georgetown Masters. Art direction: Joan Tankersley for Phototronics. Design: Phillip Spencer. Photography: Jean-Paul Cypress. Hair and make-up: Mary Beth Felts.
Rick Cua: bass guitar, lead vocals. Tom Hemby: electric, acoustic and synthesizer guitars; drum programming, percussion, additional keyboards. Keith Thomas: keyboards and synthesizers; additional arrangement on ‘Somethin’ You Got.’ Mike Mead: drums and percussion. Mark Douthit: sax on ‘Somethin’ You Got’. Dave Perkins: guitar solo on ‘No Man Will Know’. Backing vocals: Bon Halligan, Jr., Ron Hemby, Jimmy Lee, Kim Fleming, Vickie Hampton, Michael Mushaw.
Songs: Streetwise (Tom Hemby . Bob Farrell 3:45). I Can I Will (Halligan / Cua 4:09). Young Boy Young Girl (Halligan / Cua 4:13). I’ll Be Satisfied (Halligan / Cua 4:26). Dedicated (Halligan / Cua 3:33). Somethin’ You Got (Halligan / Cua 3:35). No Man Will Know (James Hollihan / Cua / Mike Mead 3:43). Plenty of Love to Spare (Tom Hemby / J. Craig Dunnagan / Justin Peters (4:11). Tear Down the Walls (Michael SembelloDavid Batteau / Bobby Cardwell 3:17). The Lost Can Still Be Found (Kim Patton / Dwight Liles 3:30).
Cubbage Handbell Ringers
Wesley Methodist Church, Dover, Delaware
*Bell Potpourri. Century 28620. 196? LP.
*Welcome to the Family. Armchair ARM100. 1972/3? .LP. Reissued: Maranatha HS77720. LP.
*Remember. Maranatha HS77713. 1974. LP.
*Windborne. Chalace CRT1030. 1980. LP.
*Bob Cull Collection. Chalace CRT1033. 1980. LP.
*Last Horizon. Chalace CRT1035. 1984. LP.
*Whisper… Songs of Love. Asaph AR1055. 1991. CD.
*Like a Cool Drink. Ionic. 199?
*Scott, Ken. Archivist: Vintage Vinyl Jesus Music 1965 - 1980. 3rd ed. 2003
*Soldout! Trigospel 7156. 2003. CD?
Pat Cullen II
*Harvest Rain. Joral JOR7016. . 1978. LP.
*Scott, Ken. Archivist: Vintage Vinyl Jesus Music 1965 - 1980. 3rd ed. 2003
R. W. Culpepper
*Sing Word. Revival RWC1. 1966.
*Let Go and Let God. Revival RWC2. 1967.
*Scripture Songs. New Dawn ZLP3110. 1979. LP.
*Scripture Songs for Choir. New Dawn ZLP3154. 1980. LP.
*The Master's Music. New Dawn ZLP3191. 1981. LP.
*Adoration. New Dawn ZLP3290. 1983. LP.
*Country and Western Hymns III. New Dawn ZLP3511. 1985. LP.
Cult of Jester
*Winky Dink and You. Custom cassette. 1997?
*Funkatron. Flaming Fish Music FFMCD019. CD.
*Golgo 13. Flaming Fish Music FFMCD029. CD.
Rob Culver and the Band of Believers
California. Acoustic-based inspirational songs
*The Missionary. 2004. CD.
Songs: Just Like That. The Thing I Remember the Most. Since I Met Jesus. Bound for the Promised Land. I’ll Fly Away (instrumental). Just Over in the Glory Land. Jesus Came Along. Tavern to a Temple. Love Lifted Me. Hector’s Song. If It Weren’t for Grace. The Old Rugged Cross.
Culver is a pastor of a Pentecostal Church of God in Hanford, California.
Culver / Stockton Chapel Choir
*A Tribute to J. Leslie Pierce. Premier LP15470. 1962. LP.
*Andrew. Manna Records MS 2005. LP. Also available as CS and 8 track. Piano / vocal collection BCU-1. Choral collection BCA-1. UK number Word WST-9518.
*Born Again. Manna Records MS 2016. LP. Also available as CS and 8track. Piano / vocal collection BCU-2. Choral collection BCA-2.
*This Is the Song. Manna Records MS 2042. 1976. LP.
*Take Another Look. Day Spring DST 4005. 1978. LP.
*Everyday. Day Spring DST 4014. 1980. LP.
*Alive Again. Day Spring DST 4026. 1982. LP.
*The Best of. Day Spring 7014130579. 1984. LP.
*Abiding Praise. Myrrh MSB-6733. 1982. LP. Culverwell song: Cover Me.
*The Eastlunds. Artistry. 1982. LP. Culverwell song: Come On, Ring Those Bells.
*My Prayer for You. Myrrh 7016793389. 1984. CS. Culvelwell song: Cover Me.
All songs by Andrew Culverwell
Side 1: Who Do You Say That I Am (3:34). I Know He’s Mine (3:05). Thomas (2:17). I Found the Truth (2:07). There’ll Be Bread (2:07). Side 2: The Man of Galilee (3:30). Whatcha Gonna Do (2:25). I See Your Face (3:09). Come to My House (3:18). Wicked Old Pharaoh (3:13).
Produced by Hal Spencer. Arranged and conducted by Dwight Elrich.Cover photo: A/ Lloyd-Parker (London). Album design: Ray Storey. Recorded at Whitney Studios. Engineer: Frank Kejmar.
This Is the Song
All songs by Andrew Culverwell
Side 1: This Is the Song (4:21). Alone (3:10). Don’t You Know (2:24). Somewhere, Someone (3:41). Find a Mountain (3:24). Side 2: You Can’t Run Away (2:14). To You I Give the Power (3:48). Son of David (1:44). Somewhere You Were There (3:45). It’s a Rock (3:00). Produced by Hal Spencer. Recorded at Whitney Studios, Glendale, California. Recording engineer: Frank Kejmar. Photography: Brad Walton. Album design: Ray Storey.
Take Another Look
All songs by Andrew Culverwell
Sonny Garrish: steel. Kenny Malone: drums. Steve Schaffer, Mike Leech: bass. Shane Keister, Bobby Ogdin, Bobby Wood: keyboards. Steve Gibson: guitar. Farrell Morris: percussion. Dennis Solee: saxophone. Shelly Kurland Strings: strings. Don Sheffield, Albert Butler, Ron Keller, Dennis Good, William Puett: horns. Backing vocals: Cindy Lipford, Gwen Moore, Gary Pigg, Marty McCall.
Side 1: Love Is What You Have (3:34). I Have Nothing (Without Your Love) (3:59). We Owe It All to You (3:31). You Taught How to Fly (2:52). Song About Freedom (2:44). Side 2: Home Again (3:51). May This Be the Place (3:36). Take Another Little Look (3:05). You Got It All Together (1:57). Miracles Happen All the Time (3:31).
Chris Christian: producer. Mike Blanton: executive producer. Recorded at The Gold Mine, Brentwood, Tennesse; and Sound Stage, Nashville (overdubs. Arranger: Bergen White.Mastered at Masterfonics by Glenn Meadows, Nashville.
All songs by Andrew Culverwell, except as noted
Clay Claire: drums. Shane Keister: keyboards and synthesizers. B. James Lowry, Jon Goin: electric guitar. Jimmy Capps, Jon Goin: acoustic guitar. Terry McMillan: percussion. James Gorin, Ralph Childs, Steve Schaffer: bass. Bill Kinner: mandolin. Dennis Solee: sax, flute and lyricon. Backing vocals: Dianna Dewitt, Gary Pigg, Lisa Silver, Bruce Dees, Patti Leatherwood, Robin Greene, James Gorin.
Side 1: Everyday (Andrew 3:26). Open Your Heart (Andrew and Sue Culverwell 3:23). Do You Believe in Love (Brown Bannister / Bob Farnsworth 3:08). Winner’s Song (3:13). Final Destination (Bannister / A. Culverwell / Mike Blanton 2:48). Think Upon These Things (2:22). Side 2: Praise Him (2:49). Follow Me (2:34). Heaven Is Where You Are (3:36). Best Friend (3:16). Ready to Serve (2:49).
Brown Bannister: producer. Michael Blanton: executive producer. BrownBannister, Jimmy Burch: engineers. Recored at Gold Mine Studio, Brentwood, Tennessee. Mastered at Masterfonics by Glenn Meadows. John Darnell: arranger.
All songs by Andrew Culverwell, except as noted
Mitch Humphries, John Rasasco: keyboards. Larry Paxton: bass. Jon(h) (sic), Paul Worley: guitar. Larrie Londin, Buster Phillips, Jerry Carrogan: drums. Shane Keister: synthesizers. Terry McMillan: percussion. Backing vocals: Dianne Tidwell, Lisa Silver, Sheri Huffman. Chorus: Joanie Clark, Sarah Griffith, Rick Gibson, Melodie Tunney, Ellen Dockery, Ed Kee, Don Kunselman, Neal Joseph.
Side 1: Alive Again (Andrew and Sue Culverwell 2:49). I’ve Seen Him (2:39). Cover Me (3:26). My Gratitude (2:53). The Lord Found Me (2:46). Side 2: What a Good Reason (A. and S. Culverwell 3:07). Armageddon Comes (3:01). Crucified and Yet I Live (A. and S. Culverwell 3:13). His Child (3:36). Shine on Me (3:33).
Neal Joseph: executive producer. Recorded and mixed at Bullet Recording, Nashville. Scott Hendricks: engineer. Additional recording at Sound Emporium, Nashville. Gary Laney: engineer. Mastered by Hank Williams at Woodland Mastering, Nashville.
The Best Of Andrew Culverwell
Side 1: Even Now, Lord (3:55). Winner’s Song (3:13). When We’re Praising You (3:12). Cover Me (3:26). We Owe It All to You (3:31). Side 2: I’ve Seen Him (2:39). He Won’t Let You Go (2:57). Open Your Heart (3:23). The Lord Found Me (2:46). May This Be the Place (3:36).
Houghton Regis, Dunstable, England. Information taken from an ad in New Music (UK) No. 6 (1976 / 1977). Style was "contemporary light rock music in a positive style."
*Presenting Opryland’s Gospel Quartet. Opryland OP1008. 1982. LP.
*I Owe It All to Jesus. Opryland OP1011. 1986. LP.
*A New Song. Daywind DW6001. 1987. CS.
*A Matter of the Heart. Daywind DW6007. 1990. CS.
*New Horizons. Daywind DAY105. 1994. CS.
*Nothing But Love. Daywind DAY1074. 1995. CS.
*Canada Live. Daywind DAY1131. 1997. CD.
*New Ship Sailing. Daywind DAY1210. 2000. CD.
*Worth Every Mile. Daywing DAY1294. 2002. CD.
*Twenty Golden Gospel Favorites. Daywind Records DW-6004. 1988. 2 CS.
Twenty Golden Gospel Favorites
Songs: It Is No Secret. Farther Along. His Eye Is on the Sparrow. One Day at a Time. Statue of Liberty. What a Day That Will Be. Amazing Grace. Jerusalem. Sweeter as the Days Go By. How Great Thou Art. The Lighthouse. In the Garden. Victory in Jesus. When He Reached down for Me. Holy, Holy, Holy. Sheltered in the Arms of God. Love Lifted Me. Redemption Draweth Nigh. This Ole’ House.
Recorded at Oak Valley Recording Studio, Nashville.
Cumberland Gospel Quartet
*Country Campmeeting. Cumberland MGC29506. 197? LP.
*In Times Like These. Creed LP3071. 1976. LP.
*God’s Will, God’s Way. John Daniels Gospel Series. LP. The Benny Cummings Singers.
*With His Stripes. Gospearl / Atlanta International PL16039. 1987. LP.
County Down, United Kingdom. Soft pop.
*Only by Grace. No date. CD.
*The Power of His Love. 2000. CD.
*Turning to Prayer. CD. No date. 200?
*Grace Amazing. 2005. CD. Pop sounds.
Cup of Trembling
Tim Gray: vocals, keyboards. Jeff Wesseling: guitar
*Get Trembling. CD. No date.
*2.0. 2002. CD.
*Sheep at Half the Price. 1998. CD.
*Cupboard. 1998. CD.
United Kingdom. Pop sounds.
*Let It Be Like This. CD. 2000?
*Time Gentlemen Please. 1995. CS.
Mike Curb Congregation
*Sweet Gingerbread Man. MGM C01003. 197? LP.
*Put Your Hand in the Hand. MGM SE4785. 1971. LP.
*I Saw the Light. Word WST8709. 1976. LP.
New Jersey. Began in 1999 and rooted in punk. Andrew: guitar. JJ: bass, vocals. Richard: drums.
Stephen Murray: lead vocals. Troy Deaton: lead guitar. And others
*Curious Fools. Via Records D6003. 1994.
*Read. Gotee. Via Records 03602.1996. Reissued Gotee 1997.
*Electric Soul. Gotee 080688564322. 1998.
*I Didn’t Know. 2002. CD.
*Hymns. Tower T5012. 1965. LP.
*Preachers For Sunday. Cassette (4 tracks). 1994. CS.
*Total Refit. Cassette (5 tracks). 1995. CS.
Steve Hayes: vocals, bass and programming. Dave Keagan: guitars and programming. Disbanded 1996. Steve now plays bass with Label of Love. Dave is co-owner of Eastside Recording Studio.
Geoff Howlett of the British zine NFN (Never For Nothing) furnished the information on Curly Mogg.
*Come to the Water. Herald HRS5359. 1976. LP.
Dayna Curry and Heather Mercer
*Prisoner of Hope. M2 Communications 8068862252. 2002. CD.
Curry was one of many African-American preachers who recorded sermons / songs in the late 1920's, early 1930's.
78 rpm records
*Memphis Flu. Okeh 8857. Recorded in Jackson, Mississippi, December 16, 1930. Elder Charles Beck on piano.
*Prove All Things. Okeh 8910. Recorded in Jackson, Mississippi, December 18, 1930. Elder Charles Beck on piano.
*Gettin’ ReadyToday. Prestige 720804. 1972. LP.
*It’s All About King Jesus. Superior S10103. 1973. LP.
Dean Edward Curtis
*And a Little Child Shall Lead Them. Artists 710646. 197? LP.
*The Best of Johnny Curtis: 20 Years of Apache Gospel. 1998. CD.
Larry and Nancy Curtis
*The Words of the Prophets. No label. 196? LP.
The Words of the Prophets
Some songs: Sounds of Silence. Leaves that Are Green. Blowin’ in the Wind. This Land Is Your Land. What Have They Done to the Rain? When the Ship Comes In. Four Strong Winds. Where There’s Life.
*Ron Curtis Plays the Sounds of Love. LP VAR-110. 197?
*Bubble Joy. Avant Garde AVS125. 1970. LP.
All songs by Elaine Curzio
Side 1: Magical Box (1:51). Does God Ever Laugh? (2:16). Hey God (2:07). God Is Alive (2:42). Hip Hip Hooray (2:00). Reflections (1:52). Side 2: Bubble Joy (2:05). Celebrate Life (2:35). Resurrection (0:46). And the Word Was Made Flesh (2:04). Evolution (1:27). Where the Spirit Leads (3:19).
Produced and arranged by Clay Pitts. Guitars: Joe beck, Elaine Curzio. Bass: Tony Levin. Celeste: Clay Pitts. Recorded at Knickerbocker Sound Studios and Plaza Sound Studios in New York City. Engineers: Chris Grassi and George Sawtelle. Cover design: Fred Marcellino.
*Scott, Ken. Archivist: Vintage Vinyl Jesus Music 1965 - 1980. 3rd ed. 2003.
*Demo tape. 1995.
*Missing the Old Days. 1998. CD.
*Life's Novel. Sibling Records. 2000.
Band was in an ad in HM #66 July - August 1997: 74. Band was on the bill at Vision 97, Castle Rock, Colorado.
*I Don't Wanna Be Like Nobody! Worldwide Bread Casting WBR 001. 1982. LP.
I Don't Wanna Be Like Nobody
Vocalists: Randy Cutlip, Cindy Richardson, Ava Aldridge, Lenny Le Blanc. Will McFarlane, John Willis and Mac McAnally: guitars. Butch Ledford: bass. Rual Yarbough: banjo. Owen Hale: drums. Ron Eades: percussion. Randy Cutlip: keyboards. Horns: Ron Eades, Harrison Calloway, Jr., Harvey Thompson, Gary Armstrong, Phil Driscoll. Strings: Earl Speilman, Paul Tobias, Paula Ewing, JoAnn Cruthirds, Kristin Wilkinson, Linda Sue Davis, Martha Wiggins.
All songs written and arranged by Randy Cutlip
Side 1: I Don't Wanna Be Like Nobody (3:01). Leon, Let Your Light Shine (3:58). I Don't Care If the Sun Don't Shine (3:31). Jesus in Us (3:39). On the Sidewalks of New Orleans (2:42). Side 2: Don't Throw Your Life Away (3:31). Jesus, Please Help Me (3:01). What Would I Do (3:05). Harmony, Colors, Beauty and Music (2:32). You Better Run (2:52). I Must Tell the World (1:25).
Jerry Tiahrt: executive producer. Ron Eades: producer. Harrison Calloway, Jr.: assistant producer. Lee Daley and John Sandlin: recording and mixing engineers. Mike Thompson and Cindy Johnston: Assistant engineers. Steve Winkle and Phillip Burgess: personal arrangements. Strings and horns arranged by Harrison Calloway, Jr. Recorded at Wishbone Studio, Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Mastered at Masterfonics, Nashville. Cover by Charlene Null Nicholas. Art direction / design by Joel Sincavage. Leon. Let Your Light Shine written for and dedicated to Leon Wilkeson of Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Christian band, Vision.
*Showdown. Streetwise Music. 1990.
Cutting Edge Band
see also Delirious?
*Cutting Edge 1. Furious? 1993.
*Cutting Edge 2. Furious? 1994.
*The Red Tape: Cutting Edge 3. Furious? 1994.
*Fore. Furious. 1995.
Rev. Theodore Cuveston
*It’s Cheaper to Seek Her. Songbird SBLP252. 1975. LP.
*Transcend. Rowe Productions. CD.
*Cyberhalo. Ionic. 2000. CD.
*Nebulous. Ionic. 2001. CD.
*Y3K. Ionic. 2001. CD.
Songs: A Master’s Plan. Didjeridoo Style. Style. Every Eye Shall See Him. Electric Water. Forever Saved. Groove of Saints. The Paradise of God. The Time Is at Hand. Swing 2000. Surface of the Moon. Fire Walker. The Church in Sardis. Heaven Awaits. The Mount of Olives. He Is Coming. I Was in the Spirit.
Songs: Hard Hitter. Y3K. Fisher of Men. Fasten Your Seatbelts. Pressurized. You’re Worthy. Jungle Beat. Swarm of Bees. Cornerstone. The Carnival. One Small Step. Turning Point. Holy Ghost. Submerge.
*Social Conditioning EP. Flaming Fish ffmcd 004 / Cypherprodukt 3. 1997?
*The Birth of Future. Flaming Fish ffmcd 005 / Cypherprodukt 4. 1998.
see also Bloodgood
*To You. Custom tape. 1983. CS.
Side 1: You Lose. Different Eyes. Razor’s Edge. We’ve Turned Away. Side 2: Who Is This Man? Evil for Evil. Spiritual Man. To You.
*Cyrus. Elektra EKS 74105. 1971. LP.
Cyrus Faryar: guitar, bouzouki, glass harmonica, electric bass, saw. Paul McCandless: oboe, English horn, bass clarinet. Glen Moore: bass, electric bass. Brian Garofalo: bass, percussion, electric bass, guitar. Mary Newkirk: harp. Ralph Towner: guitar, mellophone. Collin Walcott: percussion. Danny Durako: percussion. Horns arranged on Softly: Towner and McCandless. Mike Botts: drums. Craig Doerge: piano. Paul Harris: piano. Russ Kunkel: drums, percussion. John Horton: electric bass. Rodney Dillard: dobro. Bob Gibson: guitar. Dick Rosmini: guitar on Kingdom.
All songs by Cyrus Faryar, except as noted
Side1: Softly Through the Darkness (4:49). I Think He's Hiding (Randy Newman 2:23). Sweet Believer (4:31). Evergreen (Earth Anthem) (B.Martin 3:18). Ratte's Dream (4:33). Side 2: New Beginnings (4:33). Companion (3:12). Brother, Friend (3:00). Springtime Bouquet (3:35). Kingdom (R. Faryar 5:28).
Strings on Sweet Believer, Brother, and Springtime arranged and conducted by Kirby Johnson. Electronic score on Springtime composed and realized by Alex Hassilev and Cyrus Faryar; performed by Alex Hassilev. Choir memebers: Dr. Bill and Licue Alexander, Lawrence and Diane Cherniak, Carl and Ginny Esser, Pepper and Brian Garofalo, Simone and Marijke Posthuma, Tom and Barbara Rounds, Wacco and Oona, David Crosby, Henry Diltz, Craig Doerge, Cass Elliott, Renais Faryar, Bob Gibson, Antone Greene, Gretchen, Michael Gwynne, Alex Hassilev, John Horton, Don Johnson, Bruce Johnston, Keon, Linds, Reine, Dick Rosmini,Paul Rothchild, Terice, Barbara Thorpe, John Wilkenson. Produced by Cyrus Faryar. Associate producer: John Horton. Engineers: John Horton and Peter Pilafian. Executive producer: Ron Jacobs. Recorded at Increase Farm Studio, Los Angeles, California, August 1970 - August 1971. Photography: Henry Diltz. Design: Robert L. Heimall.
Bonifay, Florida. Circa 1998. Style is contempo / pop and rock.
Poland. Named translates as Red-Blacks
*Msza Beatowa. Muza XL 0475. 1968? LP.
*Scott, Ken. Archivist: Vintage Vinyl Jesus Music 1965 - 1980. 3rd ed. 2003.