Equator (Randy Stonehill album)

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Equator
Studio album by Randy Stonehill
Released 1983
Recorded Whitefield Studios
Genre Christian rock, contemporary Christian, rock
Label Myrrh
Producer Terry Scott Taylor
Randy Stonehill chronology
Between the Glory and the Flame
(1981)
Equator
(1983)
Celebrate This Heartbeat
(1984)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars link

Equator is an album by Randy Stonehill, released in 1983, on Myrrh Records.

Track listing[edit]

All Songs Written By Randy Stonehill, except "Light of the World" by Randy Stonehill and Wayne Berry, and "Hide Them In Your Love" by Randy Stonehill and Gary Morris.

Side one
  1. "Light of the World" – 4:10
  2. "Big Ideas (In a Shrinking World)" – 4:37
  3. "Shut De Dó" – 2:46
  4. "Even the Best of Friends" – 4:52
  5. "American Fast Food" – 3:19
Side tw
  1. "China" – 5:32
  2. "Cosmetic Fixation" – 4:17
  3. "Turning Thirty" – 3:49
  4. "Hide Them In Your Love" – 3:29
  5. "World Without Pain" – 3:54

Personnel[edit]

  • Backing vocals: Randy Stonehill, Tom Howard, Jerry Chamberlain, Sharon McCall, Ed McTaggart, Janet McTaggart, Terry Scott Taylor, Beau MacDougall, Leslie Phillips, Colleen Routh, Jason Kinsley, Moses Toth, Shannon Berry, Rachel Anderson And Audrey Floyd.
  • Jamaican choir on "Shut De Dó": Randy Stonehill, Tom & Dori Howard, Jerry Chamberlain, Sharon McCall, Regina Peoples, Shari Larson, Jackie Goushé, Terry Bradford.
  • Regina Peoples: female soloist on "Shut De Dó."
  • Singing waitresses: Shari Larson, Jackie Goushé, Dori Howard, Sharon McCall.
  • "Star Trek" soprano solo: Janet McTaggart

Production notes[edit]

  • Produced by Terry Scott Taylor for "Rebel Base Productions"
  • Engineered by Thom Roy.
  • Recorded & mixed at Whitefield Studios.
  • Album Cover Concept: Terry Taylor & Randy Stonehill.
  • Art Direction: Paul Gross/Paradise Graphics, Ltd.
  • Illustration: Kurt Triffet
  • Inner Sleeve Photography: Charles Allen.