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The Jesus Record
Songs is a compilation of well-known songs by American singer/songwriter Rich Mullins, released on July 30, 1996. It was the last album to be released by Mullins before his death in a car accident on September 19, 1997. A follow-up hits compilation, Songs 2, was released in 1999.
The album featured three new recordings: new versions of the previously recorded songs "Sing Your Praise to the Lord" and "Elijah", and a brand new track, "We Are Not as Strong as We Think We Are". In addition, the album featured the full-length radio single version of "Screen Door", which had been commercially unavailable prior to this release.
In 2001, Songs was certified as a Gold record by the RIAA.
The album was nominated for "Recorded Music Packaging" of the year at the 1997 Dove Awards.
Brother's Keeper is the eighth studio album by American singer and songwriter Rich Mullins, released in 1995.
Mullins originally considered naming the album "Songs" to draw ironic contrast from the unusually long titles of his previous albums. In a 1995 radio special, Mullins commented, "It's a real in-house kind of record. We didn't hire background singers; we had the wives of the guys sing for backgrounds...It was more of a family kind of project, which for me was a real blast."
The artwork on the album cover was produced by Jimmy Abegg, a member of Mullins' band.
Liturgy, A Legacy & A Ragamuffin Band
A Liturgy, a Legacy, & a Ragamuffin Band is the seventh album by American singer and songwriter Rich Mullins, released in 1993. The album was very well received, and received the third place in the book CCM Presents: The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music.
"A Liturgy, a Legacy, & a Ragamuffin Band" is an example of a concept album, as stated in the liner notes by Mullins and album producer Reed Arvin:
Cuts 2–6 of this album loosely follow the pattern of a liturgy - a tool used for collective worship. In it there is proclamation, praise, confession of sin, affirmation of faith and celebration of grace.
Cuts 7–12 are a consideration of our "secular" heritage, issues and ideas that play themselves out in the history of our country.
"How to Grow Up Big and Strong" was recorded in honor of its writer, singer Mark Heard, who died in 1992.
The World As Best As I Remember It, Vol. 1
The World as Best as I Remember It is a two-volume album series by songwriter Rich Mullins. The first volume was released in 1991 on Reunion Records and the second was released in 1992. The first volume received seventh place in the book CCM Presents: The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music.
The song in the first volume, "Step by Step," written by Beaker, became a popular contemporary worship song among Christians. Mullins added new verses to the song for the second volume.
World as Best as I Remember It, Vol. 2
Never Picture Perfect
Never Picture Perfect is the fourth solo album by songwriter Rich Mullins and was released in 1989 on Reunion Records.
Winds Of Heaven, Stuff Of Earth
Winds of Heaven, Stuff of Earth is the third album by American singer and songwriter Rich Mullins, released in 1988. The album received 31st place in the book CCM Presents: The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music.
"Awesome God" became a very popular contemporary worship song, and received first place in the book CCM Presents: 100 Greatest Songs in Christian Music.
Pictures In The Sky
Pictures in the Sky is the second solo album by songwriter Rich Mullins and was released in 1987 on Reunion Records.
The single "Screen Door" became a concert favorite. Mullins wrote the song in Chattanooga on a trip to Knoxville, originally intending it to write a limerick. When performing "Screen Door" in concert, Mullins and his band would sing the lyrics and create the song's unique rhythm by hitting plastic cups on a table in a synchronized pattern.
Simply Rich Mullins
The Joy of Jesus (feat. Matt Maher, Mac Powell & Ellie Holcomb)
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