Rob Frazier – This Town – 1986

Rob Frazier is extremely well known in the Christian music market. He first appeared on the scene in 1979 on Petra’s album “Washes Whiter Than”. He only did one album with Petra but he caught the attention of Light Records but it took awhile to put out his first solo album. This release was his second solo album and what an album it was. His unique sound is part Mellencamp, part Hooters, and occasionally I can even hear a little David Edwards. But comparisons are unfair. Rob is his own person with his own style and I love it. This album has an excellent down home light rock sound so give it a listen.

1 – It’s The Heart That Matters – 4:48
2 – Hide And Seek – 3:23
3 – Break My Heart – 3:58
4 – This Town – 5:36
5 – It’s Alright To Cry – 4:18
6 – Get Into Motion – 4:18
7 – Army Of Love – 4:23
8 – Starting Over – 3:48
9 – Hey Frankie – 4:22
10 – Where Love Begins – 4:48

Backing Vocals – Ashley Cleveland, Gary Pigg, Margaret Becker, Marty McCall, Rob Frazier, Shawn Welling, Steven Camp
Design [Graphic Design] – Rhonda Jesson
Drums – Mel Watts, Paul Leim (tracks: A3, B3)
Engineer [Additional] – Bill Heath, John Allman, Ron Brookshire
Engineer [Basic Tracks And Mix Engineered By] – Terry Christian
Guitar – Marty Walsh, Mike Landau*
Keyboards – Smitty Price
Mastered By – Steve Hall
Photography By – Mark Tucker
Vocals [Duet] – Barbara Catanzaro (tracks: A3)

Companies, etc.
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Lexicon Music, Inc.
Recorded At – The Sound Factory
Overdubbed At – Bullet Recording
Overdubbed At – Hummingbird Studio, Nashville, TN
Overdubbed At – Soundshop Recording Studios
Overdubbed At – Salty Dog Studios
Mixed At – Salty Dog Studios
Mastered At – Future Disc

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Author: Ray Mansfield

One of the founding cowboys of Real 80s CCM. Been listening to this stuff since 1978.

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