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Lights of Madrid

Phil Keaggy

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Phil Keaggy proved to be a busy man with two releases in the year 2000. In this predominately instrumental release, he captures the Latin sound on his acoustic guitar, and the result is extremely pleasing. With 15 tracks, most of them originals by him or collaborations with other artists, he effectively captures the flavor of Latin styles, including flamenco, without sounding like a cheap knock-off. It all sounds like it was written in Spain. This is a terrific album and leaves the listener hungry for more work like this. ~ Dacia A. Blodgett-Williams, Rovi

Biography

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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