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Rich Mullins - A Liturgy, A Legacy & A Ragamuffin Band flac album

Rich Mullins - A Liturgy, A Legacy & A Ragamuffin Band flac album
  • Performer: Rich Mullins
  • Title: A Liturgy, A Legacy & A Ragamuffin Band
  • Genre: Religious
  • Style: CCM,Contemporary Christian,Gospel
  • Recording location: Bennett House Studios, Franklin, TN
  • Date of release: October 26, 1993
  • MP3 size: 1301 mb
  • FLAC size 1532 mb
  • Formats WAV AHX AUD WMA MMF FLAC
  • Duration: 48:32

A Ragamuffin Band was a musical group founded by Rich Mullins in 1993, when he gathered friends from other bands to back him on his A Liturgy, A Legacy, & A Ragamuffin Band album. The band continued to record and tour with Mullins, and even carried on after his 1997 death. the honest disciples who admit they are scalawags".

A Liturgy, a Legacy, & a Ragamuffin Band. Redirected from A Liturgy, A Legacy, & A Ragamuffin Band). A Liturgy, a Legacy, & a Ragamuffin Band is the seventh album by American singer and songwriter Rich Mullins, released in 1993. The album was very well received, and received the third place in the book CCM Presents: The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music (2001).

Album by Rich Mullins. I'll Carry On. You Gotta Get Up. How To Grow Up Big And Strong.

A brilliant concept, Mullins originals reflecting on concept of legacy are used as liturgical motifs, making for a thoroughly contemporary and powerful worship experience and artistic statement.

Album · 1993 · 12 Songs. A Liturgy, a Legacy and a Ragamuffin Band Rich Mullins. Christian & Gospel. Listen on Apple Music.

A Liturgy, a Legacy and a Ragamuffin Band, 1993. A Liturgy, a Legacy and a Ragamuffin Band, 1993.

A Liturgy, a Legacy, & a Ragamuffin Band is the seventh album by American singer-songwriter Rich Mullins, released in 1993. A Liturgy, a Legacy, & a Ragamuffin Band" is an example of a concept album, as stated in the liner notes by Mullins and album producer Reed Arvin: Cuts 2-6 of this album loosely follow the pattern of a liturgy - a tool used for collective worship

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Here in America Rich Mullins Rich Mullins 3:57
2 52:10 Rich Mullins Rich Mullins 3:45
3 The Color Green Rich Mullins Rich Mullins 5:41
4 Hold Me Jesus Rich Mullins Rich Mullins 3:06
5 Creed Beaker / Rich Mullins Rich Mullins 5:24
6 Peace (A Communion Blessing from St. Joseph's Square) Beaker / Rich Mullins Rich Mullins 5:23
7 78 Eastonwood Green Beaker / Rich Mullins Rich Mullins 2:22
8 Hard Rich Mullins Rich Mullins 3:51
9 I'll Carry On Beaker / Rich Mullins Rich Mullins 3:53
10 You Gotta Get up (Christmas Song) Rich Mullins Rich Mullins 2:37
11 How to Grow up Big and Strong Mark Heard / Rich Mullins Rich Mullins 5:31
12 Land of My Sojourn Beaker / Rich Mullins Rich Mullins 4:03

Credits:

Reed Arvin - Engineer, Keyboards, Piano, Producer
Mark Baldwin - Ensemble
Beaker - Composer, Dulcimer
Bob Clark - Engineer, String Engineer
George Cocchini - Ensemble
Billy Crockett - Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic)
Eric Darken - Bells, Caxixi, Chimes, Congas, Drums, Drums (Snare), Glockenspiel, Timbales
Don Donahue - A&R
Linda Elias - Vocals (Background)
Richard Elias - Guitar, Guitar (Electric)
Rick Elias - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric)
Mark Heard - Composer
Buddy Jackson - Art Direction
Jimmy A. - Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Mandolin
Tom Laune - Engineer, Mixing
Beth Lee - Design
Sam Levine - Ensemble
Lee Lundgren - Accordion, Hooter, Organ, Squeezebox
Nicki Lundgren - Vocals (Background)
Chris McHugh - Drums
Michael Mellett - Vocals (Background)
Rich Mullins - Composer, Dulcimer, Hammer Dulcimer, Organ, Piano, Primary Artist
Daniel O'Lannerghty - Bass, Bass (Acoustic), Bass (Electric)
Matt Pierson - Ensemble
D. Rhodes - Art Direction
Judson Spence - Vocals (Background)
Michael Wilson - Photography
Shane D. Wilson - Engineer, Mixing
Comments: (1)
Yayrel
This is actually the last album of Rich Mullins which I like. Most fans say that this is his peak. It is not hard to understand why. The melodies are amazing and the lyrics are even better than some of his early big albums. But Rich did amazing job with "The World As Best As I Remember it" albums too and those are comparable to this one.The keyboard sounds are unbelievable. This album could be the one to play for anyone who believes all the Christian music is bad."Hold Me Jesus" was the first song I ever heard from this album. I liked it immediately and later I started to love it. There are even better songs: "Peace" is a slow song and so touching. Also "Creed" shows some great keyboard stuff. "The Color Green" is another highlight."Hard" is perhaps one of the best lyrics and the stripped-down sound fits well with it. "How to Grow Up Big And Strong" is another interesting song and very different from the other songs - still fitting perfectly. It has definitely deserved its place among greatest albums of Christian music and also all music.
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