Damascus Road | I Am a Light (Remix)

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I Am a Light (Remix)

by Damascus Road

The album has a Southern Rock feel with a powerfull message.
Genre: Spiritual: Christian Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Am a Light
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4:03 album only
2. Thomas
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3:32 album only
3. Enter Into the Joy
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2:51 album only
4. Outer Darkness
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3:53 album only
5. Go Ye
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3:37 album only
6. Make It Home
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3:47 album only
7. Do You Have the Victory?
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3:33 album only
8. Cutting Edge
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3:29 album only
9. Hell
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4:33 album only
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Album Notes
The band was formed in 1981. The original album was recorded on a 8 channel Tascam 80-8 and 500 vinly albums were produced. John Jakoski on Heavenly Grooves blog spot had this to say about the band;
'No sugar on this cool custom Southern hard rock ripper from the Georgia trio of Jimmy Dunn, Kenny Lawrence, and Todd Geeting. If you like loud zippy slide guitar you'll not be disappointed as they sear through explosive titles like 'I Am A Light', 'Outer Darkness', and the ZZ Top-ish 'Hell'. Good Skynyrd-type riff's throughout, spicing up boogie edged numbers like 'Make It Home', 'Do You Have the Victory', and 'Cutting Edge'. Also some nice chiming Byrds-like electric guitar on some of the more melodic tracks such as 'Thomas' and 'Go Ye'. Good raw production, no keyboards. Southern rock saw a handful of releases on Christian labels; unfortunately most just weren't there or blew it by tossing in token fluffola ballads - but these guys are the real McCoy'. (Ken Scott - Archivist)
This Remix is from the original multitrack masters (with a few tweaks here and there). Enjoy! JD


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