Pam Mark Hall – Keeper – 1986

This is Pam’s 4th and most successful album. It continued the pop sound she adopted earlier in the decade as opposed to her folk sound in the 70’s. I believe this album was produced with the goal of hitting the CCM charts and in this aspect it succeeded with 3 singles. “Unexpected Places” made it to #11, What Can I Do to #15, and Jordan to #27. That’s a pretty successful album. As usual the singles are just a little too worship oriented for my liking but there are some very good pop tracks on this album and that’s what makes the album worth listening for me.

Tracklist
1 – This Is A Test – 3:19
2 – Jesus In The Street – 3:48
3 – Unexpected Places – 2:50
4 – Never Trade My Love – 4:13
5 – Keeper Of The Vision – 4:40
6 – What Can I Do – 3:30
7 – Jordan – 3:42
8 – Determined – 3:09
9 – The Longing – 4:24
10 – Love Conquers Everything – 3:45

Credits
Acoustic Guitar – Craig Bickhardt (tracks: 5)
Bass – Michael Rhodes
Drums, Percussion – Harry Stinson
Engineer – John Wiles
Executive Producer – Dan Harrell, Michael Blanton
Guitar – Kenny Greenberg
Keyboards – Gary Primm
Producer – Wendy Waldman
Rhythm Guitar – Wendy Waldman (tracks: 9)
Saxophone, Recorder – Jim Horn

Companies, etc.
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Reunion Records
Copyright (c) – Reunion Records
Recorded At – Ten Thirty Studio, Nashville
Mixed At – Georgetown Masters

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

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