> The Year In Review 2009 – Veterans, Classics, Re-issues, Comebacks



Mystery Highway
Phil Keagy & Randy StonehillMystery Highway
Phil Keagy and Randy Stonehill two of the fathers of CCM / Christian Rock  collaborate on this bluesy, rocking disc. This disc not only signals that the duo can still make vital music, but it may (arguably so) rival some of their landmark albums.


slice o life
Bruce Cockburn Slice of Life
Those who have seen Bruce Cockburn live, know that his acoustic playing is stellar. For the first time he releases a live acoustic set. Two discs chocked full of favorites, it is more than just a Slice of Life.


the unforgettable fire
U2 – The Unforgetable Fire (Remastered)
One of the bands most under-rated albums, it was a bold move for the band into new musical territory. Side one is near perfect. (A Sort of Homecoming, Pride (In The Name Of Love), Wire, The Unforgettable Fire). Now re-mastered with a bonus disc of material.


dave perkins
Dave PerkinsPistol City Holiness
It’s been over twenty years since his last solo release, but the long wait is rewarded with this gritty, no holds-barred blues rock masterpiece.


michael roe
Michael RoeWe All Gonna Face The Rising Sun
Like an Old Testament prophet with an acoustic guitar, Mike takes us on a tour of gospel / blues history.


the good album
All Star United The Good Album
This album went mostly un-noticed, which is a shame.There is plenty of solid music and the sharp wit the band is known for.



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