Do you like it “LIVE”? Listen to Episode #124!!

On this edition of FULL CIRCLE we’re going to take a look at many of the “LIVE IN CONCERT” albums that came out during the 1970’s. We call the music of that era…JESUS MUSIC.  It was a time of pure evangelism with a no-frills take on the way the Jesus musicians of that era presented the gospel to a larger audience other than their home church or local coffee house. What they lacked in flair and pizzazz, they made up for in being real and tearing down the wall between audience and performer.

We’ll be hearing from the likes of Barry McGuire, Love Song, and The 2nd Chapter of Acts, Love Song and Andrae Crouch to name a few. The music of that time wasn’t all acoustic or country rock as you’ll soon be able to tell on Episode #124.  Blog me or let me know if you like “Live In Concert” shows like this one.

Give a listen!!

Jerry

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One thought on “Do you like it “LIVE”? Listen to Episode #124!!

  1. Some of the best Jesus albums to come out in the early days were the live albums. “Feel the Love” by Love Song, “To The Bride” by Barry McGuire, The 2nd Chapter of Acts and A Band Called David, and “The Live Album” by Degarmo & Key. Not to mention “How the West Was One” with Phil Keaggy and Friends. Even Terry Talbot has a great live recording on side one of A Time To Laugh, A Time To Sing album. These albums should be put into a time capsule.

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