Crimson and Blue

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Crimson and Blue
Studio album by Phil Keaggy
Released March 1993
Recorded Summer 1992
The Dugout
Nashville, Tennessee
Genre Rock
Label Myrrh
Producer L. Arthur Nichols
Phil Keaggy chronology
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Allmusic 5/5 stars[1]

Crimson and Blue is the title of a 1993 album by guitarist Phil Keaggy, released on Myrrh Records.

Crimson and Blue found Phil Keaggy surrounded by old friends making new music, in an old Victorian cottage owned by Brown Bannister. The Dugout (now Vibe56) was in the middle of Music Row. Its high ceilings, hardwood floors, and vintage equipment made it a perfect place to record a rock record.

Producer/guitarist Lynn Nichols and organist Phil Madeira had been Keaggy's bandmates in the Phil Keaggy Band in the 1970s. Drummer John Sferra was Keaggy's oldest friend, and partner in the band Glass Harp. Bassist Wade Jaynes was Nichols' bandmate from Chagall Guevara.

Track listing[edit]

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

  1. "Shouts of Joy" (Music by Keaggy, Words by Ray Repp) – 5:54
  2. "World of Mine" – 5:38
  3. "Everywhere I Look" (Phil Madeira) – 4:26
  4. "Love Divine" – 2:23
  5. "Reunion of Friends" – 4:11
  6. "All There is to Know" (Keaggy/Madeira) – 3:47
  7. "When Will I Ever Learn to Live in God" (Van Morrison) – 6:40
  8. "Stone Eyes" (Keaggy/Nichols/Madeira) – 7:01
  9. "I Will Be There" – 6:51
  10. "Don't Pass Me By" (Keaggy/Nichols) – 3:44
  11. "John the Revelator" (Traditional) – 8:04
  12. "Doin' Nothin'" – 8:25
  13. "Nothing But the Blood" (Traditional) – 2:44


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