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Editors’ Notes

Released in 1978 by the Christian label Lamb & Lion, Dan Peek’s first post-America album celebrated his newly found faith in a batch of bright, smoothly performed songs. All Things Are Possible isn’t a radical departure from the singer/songwriter’s work with his old group: the melodies are buoyant, the lyrics are warm and a bit playful and the vocal harmonies recall the sweetness of classic Southern California pop. What’s different is the emphasis on spiritual transformation, described in straightforward terms in “He’s All That’s Right” and “You’re My Savior” and more indirectly in “Divine Lady” and “Lighthouse.” Peek shows that his gift for writing radio-friendly material remains intact with “All Things Are Possible” and “Ready For Love.” His old band mates Gerry Beckley and Dewey Bunnell join him on harmonies for the America-esque “Love Was Just Another Word.” The closing track “I Have to Say Goodbye” makes it clear that Peek has moved on from his secular rock-star days. Musically, though, All Things Are Possible will be of interest to long-time America admirers as well as fans of Christian pop/rock.

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Dan Peek's Original Solo Album From 1979...

iTunes has the artwork mixed between this and the other duplicate release of this album. If you like early 1970's America (the band that is), you will like this album; unless you are not open-minded about Dan singing about his new-found faith.

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