Thursday, April 12, 2012
One of the most eclectic of all Christian music artists, Phil Keaggy came on the scene in the late 1960s and formed the group Glass Harp. While noted for his expertise as a guitar player, Keaggy is a superb songwriter and is a singer with a pleasant mellow voice. His music ranges from sounding similar to anyone from the Beatles to Pat Metheny.
With something like fifty albums to his credit, Keaggy has a substantial catalog of vocal and instrumental music. I have several of his albums and one is as good as the next--I can't pick one that is an absolute favorite. "Let Everything Else Go" is a lovely song I first heard on the album Way Back Home, an album I listened to many times in my days on the road.