Brush Arbor – Hide Away – 1979

This is Brush Arbor’s 5th album and their first on a Christian album. This album doesn’t have as much of a country sound as their others and in fact this one has a 70’s rock sound to me. What this album is best known for is having the original version of David Edwards “Not Going To Fall Away” though it was titled “My Lord”. David Lowman theorizes that as Buddy King produced both this and David’s first album he had a hand in this and I think he’s probably dead on on that one. Anyway their version is pretty good and I guess because this version came out first technically David Edwards covered his own song.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPcTOx34g9XRIC7lxnCyVa1lNeMFlTKSA

Tracklist
1 – Hide Away – 2:46
2 – Listen To Your Heart – 2:52
3 – Oh, I Love You – 3:37
4 – My Lord – 2:26
5 – Here I Am – 3:26
6 – Hello God – 4:06
7 – How Long – 2:22
8 – If I Didn’t Have Love – 3:28
9 – You And Me All The Way – 2:37
10 – Please Make Yourself Known – 3:28

Credits
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Bill Keene, John Hunt
Arranged By [Basic Tracks], Keyboards, Acoustic Guitar – Tom Keene
Arranged By [Strings] – David Diggs
Arranged By [Vocals] – Jules Alexander
Art Direction – Dennis Hill
Bass Guitar, Tuba – Dave Coy
Concept By [Cover], Photography By – Scott Lockwood
Drums, Percussion – Fred Petry
Electric Guitar – David Storrs
Engineer – Bino Espinoza, Richard Donaldson
Engineer, Remix – Bill Bottrell
Executive-Producer – Gary Whitlock
Guitar – Tim Fuller
Keyboards – Dave Garland
Management – Dan McKinnon
Mastered By – Bernie Grundman
Performer – Dave Rose, Jim Rice, Joe Rice
Producer, Engineer, Remix – Buddy King
Saxophone – Ernie Watts
Steel Guitar, Electric Guitar – Al Perkins
Synthesizer – Yabo Obien
Violin – Fred Field

Companies, etc.
Phonographic Copyright ℗ – Word, Inc.
Copyright © – Word, Inc.
Recorded At – Soundcastle
Remixed At – Soundcastle
Mastered At – A&M Studios
Mastered At – Capitol Mastering

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

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