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Daniel Amos - Vox Humana 1984


Daniel Amos - Vox Humana 1984

01. Travelog
02. (It's The Eighties, So Where's Our) Rocket Packs
03. Home Permanent
04. It's Sick
05. William Blake
06. Dance Stop
07. Live And Let Live
08. When Worlds Collide
09. As The World Turns
10. She's All Heart
11. The Incredible Shrinking Man
12. Sanctuary

Art Direction – Ed McTaggart
Backing Vocals – Rob Watson, Terry Taylor, Tim Chandler
Bass [4 & 12 String] – Tim Chandler
Design Concept – Terry Taylor
Drums – Ed McTaggart
Engineer – Doug Doyle
Engineer [Second] – Rob Watson
Graphics – Ed McTaggart
Keyboards – Rob Watson
Keyboards [Occasional] – Terry Taylor
Layout – Ed McTaggart
Lead Guitar – Tim Chandler
Lead Vocals – Terry Taylor
Mastered By – John Matousek
Percussion – Ed McTaggart, Rob Watson
Producer – Rob Watson (tracks: 2 to 4, 8 to 10), Terry Taylor (tracks: 1 to 12)
Rhythm Guitar – Terry Taylor
Synthesizer – Ed McTaggart, Rob Watson, Terry Taylor, Tim Chandler

This is one of the DA / Daniel Amos / Terry Taylor albums that straddles their avantgarde and their pop sounds. Right in the middle is where they are brilliant. Later albums were also brilliant, but less accessible / I would start here and with Alarma, Horrendous Disc, and possibly Doppleganger if you can ever find it at a reasonable price. Then, move forward from there to their more recent cds. Or try their "world famous hits" album. They shouldda been world famous and shouldda had hits.

Christian rock" I love the total 80's sound and the array of songs that range from the humorous to the very thought provoking. While listening to this album (which I have done a least 100 times) I have applauded Terry Taylor for making something that expresses his faith in such a beautiful and haunting way without tramping over other's beliefs. That is what I feel makes this album so special. (And, also, there is a song about William Blake who is my favorite poet and is why I originally listened to it in the first place.) So if you love 80's music this is a great addition to your collection. And if by chance I ever do decide to become a Christian I will owe it to Terry Taylor. Good job Terry from a Jew who admires your album!

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