Master and the Musician [30th Anniversary Edition]

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All Music Guide - Mark W.B. Allender
Phil Keaggy's first instrumental album is a groundbreaking piece of work for him as an artist, for the Christian music genre, and for instrumental guitar music in general. Full of emotional twists, meditative sounds, and world-influenced tonalities, The Master & the Musician stands as an oasis in an otherwise barren field of Christian instrumental music. Pieces like "Jungle Pleasures" and "Follow Me Up" are great works in their own right, Christian or otherwise. The excellent arrangement of "Amazing Grace" on the 1988 re-release features Keaggy's guitar sounding like bagpipes. An excellent work from an excellent musician. [Strobie's 2008, 30th Anniversary Edition...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Mark W.B. Allender
Phil Keaggy's first instrumental album is a groundbreaking piece of work for him as an artist, for the Christian music genre, and for instrumental guitar music in general. Full of emotional twists, meditative sounds, and world-influenced tonalities, The Master & the Musician stands as an oasis in an otherwise barren field of Christian instrumental music. Pieces like "Jungle Pleasures" and "Follow Me Up" are great works in their own right, Christian or otherwise. The excellent arrangement of "Amazing Grace" on the 1988 re-release features Keaggy's guitar sounding like bagpipes. An excellent work from an excellent musician. [Strobie's 2008, 30th Anniversary Edition included a 29-track bonus disc.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/1/2008
  • Label: Strobie Records
  • UPC: 897641001134
  • Catalog Number: 011
  • Sales rank: 17,053

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Phil Keaggy Primary Artist, Bass, Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Vocals, Track Performer, Arp Bass
Terry Fryer Keyboards
Gary Hedden Interviewee
Bernadette Keaggy Vocals
Philip Kimbrough Recorder
Jim Issacs Oboe
Peter Pfiefer Triangle
Tom Baker Bass
Technical Credits
Phil Keaggy Arranger, Composer, Producer
Mal Davis Engineer
Gary Hedden Engineer
Dave Jahnsen Engineer
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