Scott Tyring | Wrestling the Stranger

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Wrestling the Stranger

by Scott Tyring

"Classic Rock for Christ's Sake" is what happens when a passion for blues, rock, punk and power chords meet a faith grooved in reality.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. Chip Away
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2. Strip Me (Itinerant Preacher Blues)
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3. You Gotta Help Me, Lord
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4. Only the Shadow Knows
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5. Sabbatarian
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6. Stranger
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7. You're Right
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8. Shining and Shimmering
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9. Different Drummer
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10. Rock 'n' Roll for You, Lord
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11. On This Road
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Scott Tyring is an independent Christian artist. He understands the wrestling match that happens in the heart between human will and worries and God's higher calling. Filled with the sounds of '70's and '80's rock, "Wrestling the Stranger" is an exciting collection of original songs with hints of Clapton, Santana, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Tom Petty, Joe Jackson, Steely Dan, Sex Pistols and more. Scott tends to say this isn't a Christian rock album. It's a rock album by a Christian. Whether you are a seeker or a saint, a churchgoer or just spiritual, this rock album is a sheer delight, musically and emotionally.


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