Love Broke Thru

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Love Broke Thru
Studio album by Phil Keaggy
Released October 1976
Recorded Sunwest Studios
(Hollywood, California)
Frog Shoes
(Burbank, California)
Label NewSong Records
Producer Phil Keaggy
Phil Keaggy chronology
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Love Broke Thru is the title of the second solo album by Phil Keaggy released in 1976, on NewSong Records.

This album was listed as No. 64 in the 2001 book, CCM Presents: The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music.

Track listing[edit]

Side one[edit]

  1. "Your Love Broke Through" – 3:31 (Keith Green, Todd Fishkind, Randy Stonehill)
  2. "Take Me Closer" – 4:56 (Keaggy)
  3. "As the Ruin Falls" – 4:32 (Keaggy, words from poem by C.S. Lewis)
  4. "Wild Horse" – 4:16 (Keaggy)
  5. "Disappointment" – 2:38 (Keaggy, words from poem by Edith Lillian Young)

Side two[edit]

  1. "Time" – 6:47 (Keaggy)
  2. "Portrait" – 2:04 (Keaggy; words from poem by Beatrice Clelland)
  3. "Just the Same" – 3:43 (Keaggy, Buck Herring)
  4. "Things I Will Do" – 3:15 (Keaggy)
  5. "Abraham" – 3:33 (Keaggy, Annie Herring, B.Herring)


  • Leland Sklar: Bass
  • Jim Gordon: Drums
  • Larry Knechtel: Piano, Fender Rhodes, Organ
  • Phil Keaggy: All guitars, vocals
  • Michael Omartian: Aarpvark
  • Don Menza: Flute
  • Marshall Cyr & Bill Baker: Horns
  • Mylon LeFevre, Matthew Ward, Anne Herring: Background vocals
  • Keaggy, Hopper, Herring: Percussion
  • Michael Omartian: String Arrangements
  • George Poole: String Contractor

Production notes[edit]

  • Produced and engineered by Buck Herring
  • Executive producer: Scott Ross
  • Recorded at Sunwest Studios, Hollywood, CA and Frog Shoes, Burbank, CA