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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/10/2001
  • UPC: 714797006328
  • Catalog Number: 6328


Disc 1
  1. 1 Emmanuel (3:08)
  2. 2 Stength to Move (3:11)
  3. 3 Upside Down (4:09)
  4. 4 When You Love (4:59)
  5. 5 Suits of Skin (3:32)
  6. 6 Watch over Me (5:09)
  7. 7 Anything (3:41)
  8. 8 It Won't Take Long (3:18)
  9. 9 Burning the Fields (4:54)
  10. 10 Rich's Song (5:01)
  11. 11 Where Did It Go? (3:26)
  12. 12 Kingdom of the Heart (4:22)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Mitch McVicker Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica
Phil Madeira Acoustic Guitar, Dobro, Piano, Accordion, Drums, Electric Guitar, Hammond Organ, Toy Piano, Mando-Guitar
Rick Elias Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Bob Burns Tuba
Jim Hoke Clarinet, Flute
Dennis Holt Drums
Mark Robertson Bass, Glockenspiel
Brad Layher Acoustic Guitar, Background Vocals, Mandola, Hammered Dulcimer, Monologue
Technical Credits
Jim Hoke Horn Arrangements
Ken Love Mastering
Mark Robertson Producer
Jordan Richter Engineer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Chasing The Horizon

    If you want to feel God smiling, if you want to hear a prayer answered, listen to this stunning sophomore Album by Mitch McVicker ~ Chasing the Horizon. Mitch's voice is beyond repaired, It is soaring high with such smooth quality it will astound you. For those of you who are new to Mitch McVicker; on the final day of recording the first solo album, he was in an accident. In September of 97 that road trip sent Rich Mullins home to the Father and put Mitch in a coma, with collapsed lungs, broken bones, severe head trauma and a voice with an uncertain future. Mitch stood strong in his faith and went forward during his recovery writing us a collection of songs, with the dream of someday recording them as he waited for God to heal his voice. The tubes stuck down him, and the nerve damages done from the severe head injury were not expected to leave his voice permanently damaged. Yet the long struggling road to its recovery brought doubts, fears and many to their knees in prayer. Yes God listened to those prayers and His answer is so very audible throughout this album. I believe these songs would have been sung even if his voice was not repaired. But God decided Mitch would deliver them to us. Yeah, our God is an awesome God. This album was etched in my memory right after the first spin. Some of the songs are upbeat ballads, filled with his trademark gifted harmonica and guitar playing. The message of God's hope, faith and love echo from them like thunder in an electric storm. They are a celebration and bracing testimony of prayers we can all take to heart with our Lord. At times they are like a fast heartbeat on a steady go forward energetic pace. Other songs are mellow, yet very satisfying. He delivers songs that will penetrate and weave images in your soul. They are moving, heartfelt with raining raw emotions rendered at tempos that just seize your heart as he sings to God. If you are only listening to the music it is still awesome. The arrangements have a mix of instruments in exciting and varied ways. Besides the guitars, harmonica, hammered dulcimer and percussion that are his first album trademarks; he has added sounds from a B3 organ, flute, clarinet and horn arrangements to perfection. You are also treated to a new instrument not often heard on his recordings; some female background vocals. Another plus to this collection of songs is that they can and have been performed impressively in concerts with just three guys, the guitars, percussion, harmonica and hammered dulcimer. Not very exciting when an artists puts all the mechanical magic spins on a song in a studio that then makes it impossible to play live for people. Often the predominant instrument played to perfection is Mitch's vocals. Throughout these songs he will use his unique talent of toning the music down to let his voice carry the message and melody. The effect he gains when he does this is simply spectacular. If you are reflecting on the lyrics, be prepared to share in some very introspective ideas. A look at these lyrics will bring you down a trail of thoughts and images and capture you with the incredible beauty of it all. These lyrics are brothers, and cousins of his first album; mature, penetrating, addicting and extraordinary. Mitch is an artist who paints many canvas soul pictures: The parting of Rich Mullins impacted many people. Mitch who lost Rich as a companion, counselor, co-writer, road and home mate, and soul searcher to the Father's will; has included on this Album the ultimate tribute song to Rich. I get the feeling he wrote it for for Rich's followers as much as Rich who is smiling down saying somet

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