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Find Me In These Fields

Phil Keaggy

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Keaggy is pretty much on a roll from here on out, producing album after album of great work comprised of good, solid, catchy songs that are accessible on every level, yet with enough sophistication to be appreciated by all manner of audiences. With a great band and great production, Keaggy really shines here. While still hearkening back to the '60s sound he was chasing on the previous year's Phil Keaggy & Sunday's Child, this record is more mature and full of new explorations. And littering the album in various places are little studio outtakes noted only on the sleeve with a picture of a guitar. The first of these opens with an acoustic melody showcasing his incredible guitar technique, but closes one note short of a phrase — a nod to the Beatles' "Her majesty is a pretty nice girl..." from Abbey Road. All the vocal songs are well-constructed, starting with the killer "Strong Tower," with Keaggy belting out notes that make him seem another foot-and-a-half taller. "Get Over It" is injected with a groovy vocal/guitar interplay that is simply infectious. Big celebratory sound on "Final Day." For fans of Sunday's Child, this is a continuation with more development — a fantastic record. ~ Mark W. B. Allender, Rovi


Born: 23 March 1951 in Youngstown, OH

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Phil Keaggy is an excellent all-around guitarist who has been a part of the CCM scene for over two decades. Born and raised in Ohio in a Catholic family of ten, Keaggy always loved music and spent hours listening to such singers as Johnny Ray and Elvis Presley. He began imitating the latter as young as age four. Keaggy was also exposed to other kinds of music and became well versed in classical. His first guitar was a late-'50s Gretsch Anniversary model; at age ten his father bought him a Sears Silvertone,...
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