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Freehand
Phil Keaggy
Freehand
Genres: Blues, Folk, Jazz, Pop, Christian
 
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Christian music?s most loved guitar virtuoso releases a stunning new studio CD, "Free Hand" Acoustic Sketches 2, and an incredible Live DVD. "Philly Live!" takes you in concert to hear Phil?s strong clear voice singing his...  more »

      
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All Artists: Phil Keaggy
Title: Freehand
Members Wishing: 4
Total Copies: 0
Label: Tag Artist Group
Original Release Date: 12/9/2003
Release Date: 12/9/2003
Genres: Blues, Folk, Jazz, Pop, Christian
Styles: Contemporary Blues, Contemporary Folk, Singer-Songwriters, Pop & Contemporary
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 636941000726

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Christian music?s most loved guitar virtuoso releases a stunning new studio CD, "Free Hand" Acoustic Sketches 2, and an incredible Live DVD. "Philly Live!" takes you in concert to hear Phil?s strong clear voice singing his hits including, "What a Day", "Your Love Broke Through" and "Salvation Army Band", with a jaw dropping display of the unmatched guitar skills God has blessed him with. DVD also includes 40 minutes of Extras featuring Phil in the Studio, Backstage with friends and fellow musicians. Complete with humorous "road story" moments recounted by band mates and collaborators like Randy Stonehill.

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CD Reviews

Freehand Brilliance
JB | Melb, Australia | 04/03/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Have a few CD's and a couple of DVD's of Phil Keaggy, but this one which is basically instrumental is one that keeps getting played over and over and over. Very easy to listen to, with some very beautiful pieces to just sit and let wash over you. It is a very peaceful CD and one that I would recommend to anyone who wants peace in the home."
SUPERB!
Murray Pura | waterton-glacier international peace park, Alberta | 11/14/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This CD by Phil is astonishingly good, not because Phil doesn't put out other good CDs but because it really is a cut above the others. I listened to it at the same time as another acoustic CD of Phil's, The Song Within, and Freehand totally outclassed it. Variety has something to do with it, as Phil glides from ballad to rock/pop to blues to jazz to renaissance to classical. Liveliness also has something to do with it, as we get a nice mix of fast and slow, loud and soft. Sound has something to do with it. I had it on my SACD player and you'd think it was an SACD in stereo itself - really, really awesome sonics. I don't know, Phil just sounds more inspired than usual and the CD never flags, never lags, never fails to keep the listener's interest. I would have to call this baby a classic, it's that good. Not an acoustic guess-I'll-go-to-sleep-now schnooze & schmooze fest. You are always waiting with great pleasure for the next lick."