- THE PRIZE
- FACE OF MERCY
- SO THANKFUL
- AT CALVARY
- MAKE A NOISE
- GOOD TIME
- DAWN WILL COME
- LET’S TALK ABOUT JESUS
- AT THE WHEEL
- LOVE LIKE YOU
Drums: Dan (P) Cheeney & L. Earl (Learl) Hopgood
Percussion: Eniyo Quernistas
Orchestration Arranged & Conducted by: Nick Manson
Orchestra recorded at Chestnut Grove, LA, CA
Bass: V. (Vdub) Weatherspoon
Electric Guitars & Slide: Moat Carder
Steel String: Roby Duke
Guitars courtesy Avalon/Lowden Guitar Co., N Ireland
Organ: Tilti Verrill
Piano & keys: TC
Vocals: TC, Nancy Clark, Roby Duke
Piano tracks recorded at The Living Room, San Clemente, CA
Yamaha C7 courtesy Mike MacIntosh & Horizon Christian Fellowship, San Diego, CA
Recorded, Mixed & Mastered at Big Blue, Seattle, WA
Cover & art production:
Front cover art:
Painting by Terry
Church in the background is the church in Oxford where CS Lewis attended.
Mr. Lewis’ grave is in that churchyard.
Scenes in Scotland & England were photographed during the 2003 UK tour.
Tantallon Castle, orginally owned by the Earls of Fife from the Douglas clan in the 14th century, stands atop the 100 ft cliffs above the Firth of Forth. The castle was left in ruins after Cromwell pummeled it for 12 days with his cannons in 1651. It is a National Historic Site today.
A mile out to sea stands Bass Rock. The first inhabitant of “The Bass” was Baldred in the 8th century and has passed through the hands of a long succession of owners who used it for a monastery, a dungeon, a stronghold against religious persecution, sheep grazing, a prizon, a strategic guardpost and a lighthouse. Bass has over 100,000 residents, all of them North Atlantic Gannets who nest there each year and nudge their young off the more than 300 ft cliffs when it is time to learn how to fly.
Robert Lewis Stevenson mentions the rock in “The Tale of Tod Lapriaik” a chapter from his novel, CATRIONA and is the setting for his story, The Wreckers. Today Bass Rock remains in the ownership of Sir Hew Hamilton-Dalrymple.
(And I’m not making that up)
Produced by Roby Duke