Blue (Phil Keaggy album)

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Crimson and Blue
Studio album by Phil Keaggy
Released March 1994
Recorded Summer 1992
The Dugout
Nashville, Tennessee
Genre Rock
Label Epic
Producer L. Arthur Nichols
Phil Keaggy chronology
Crimson and Blue
(1993)
Blue
(1994)
True Believer
(1995)

Blue is a 1994 album by guitarist Phil Keaggy, released on Epic Records. Blue was released in the mainstream market simultaneously with Keaggy's album, Crimson and Blue, which was geared to the Christian market. The most significant differences are the inclusion of three different songs (Keaggy's cover of the Badfinger song, "Baby Blue"; "All Our Wishes"; and "The Further Adventures of..." from the Revelator EP) and the exclusion of five songs from Crimson and Blue ("Love Divine," "Reunion Of Friends," "Stone Eyes," "I Will Be There," and "Nothing But The Blood.") In addition, several of the tracks on Blue are reworked.

Track listing[edit]

All songs were written by Phil Keaggy, unless otherwise noted.

  1. "Doin' Nothin'" – 7:35 (Shorter than the Crimson and Blue version)
  2. "Don't Pass Me By" (Keaggy/Nichols) – 3:47
  3. "Baby Blue" (Pete Ham) – 5:37
  4. "All There Is to Know" (Keaggy/Madeira) – 3:49
  5. "John the Revelator" (Traditional) – 8:02
  6. "World of Mine" – 4:30 (Shorter than the Crimson and Blue version)
  7. "Everywhere I Look" (Phil Madeira) – 3:53 (Shorter than the Crimson and Blue version)
  8. "The Further Adventures of..." (Jam with Glass Harp's John Sferra) – 12:37
  9. "All Our Wishes" – 3:22
  10. "When Will I Ever Learn to Live in God" (Van Morrison) – 6:39
  11. "Shouts of Joy" (Music by Keaggy, Words by Ray Repp) – 5:54

Personnel[edit]

Production notes[edit]