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Jimm L. (jimmer) from ALMA, MI
Reviewed on 4/15/2016...
This is all instrumental as some of Mr. Keaggy's releases are. He is an undisputed master of guitar, most notably for acoustic. This venture delivers an all electric effort with a wide diversity of style and a great display of his awesome chops. If you can see him live, don't miss it!
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Nice Instrumental Work from Keaggy (He Jams)
T. B. Vick | The Lone Star State | 02/14/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Phil Keaggy starts this CD out with a major 'bang' via the song "Animal." Animal is rockin' and sounds great. However, this whole CD is a nice change of pace from the 'typical' Keaggy album (if there is such a thing). The songs range from bluesy rock tunes such as "arrow" to a more native type sound with the song "Montana." Moreover, songs such as "Tennessee" and "Stomp" have a slight country/folk style, and then Keaggy shifts gears and takes on a Scottish sound in the song "Highland." Keaggy then picks up a bluesy feel with the song "Ian's Groove." This album, of course, has many textures and styles. As usual, the guitar work is top notch. Keaggy is, hands down, one of the greatest guitar players in the music business. Unfortunately, since he is only marketed in the Christian arena, he is not as well known as say, Eric Johnson or Steve Vai. But, Keaggy is as good as any of the greatest guitarists in any genre of music.All the music on this CD is instrumental. The last track on the CD is one of my favorites. Keaggy simply cuts loose and has a little jam session where he demonstrates what he can do with his instrument (i.e. effects, style, playing ability, etc.). Overall, this is a great CD. I highly recommend it. Rock on Keaggy!"
PatrickB | Katy, Texas | 08/24/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"That's the best word I can use to describe this disc. Clean but not overly slick production, beautiful chord progressions, especially on "Arrow" and "Montana", and excellent compositions. Mr. Keaggy is no showoff. His lead runs are tastefully flashy ( yes, he combines the two ). "Tennessee Morning", "Beyond This Day" and especially "Highland" (I feel like I'm flying over emerald fields as this song fades off), are as beautiful as ANY songs by this artist. The supporting musicians play excellently. 220 is Phil Keaggy's Masterpiece. Thank you, Lord."