Item description for Jesus Record, The by Rich Mullins & Ragamuffin Band...
Overview http:// My Deliverer Surely God is With Us Nothing is Beyond You You Did Not Have a Home Jesus All the Way to Kingdom Come Man of No Reputation Heaven in His Eyes Hard to Get That Where I Am, There You... Nothing But the Blood of Jesus
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Studio: Word Entertainment
Record Label Myrrh Records
Format Box set
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.02" Width: 5.63" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 1998
Publisher WORD ACCT# W41160193
ISBN 7017034619 ISBN13 9787017034617 UPC 080688559229
Availability 0 units.
More About Rich Mullins & Ragamuffin Band
Rich Mullins was a musician whose well-known songs include "Awesome God" and "Step by Step." As a teenager, he wrote songs while driving a tractor on his father's farm in Indiana. In 1995, after receiving his degree in music education, Rich moved to a reservation near Window Rock, Arizona, to teach music to Navajo children. Rich Mullins died in a car accident September 19, 1997.
Rich Mullins died in 1997.
Rich Mullins has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Jesus Record, The?
The Jesus Record Nov 3, 2006
Arrived in good condition in a timely manner. I really enjoy a couple of the songs. There some songs I'm not really fond of. I wish I had been able to buy just one CD. It came with two that are exactly the same, except that one is a demo CD.
Great Worship CD! Mar 10, 2006
Few come close to the lyrics of Rich Mullins! I enjoyed his side of the cd..even with the throwback cassette stopping noise. I was not at all impressed with the remakes by the newer generation. Rich Mullins truely was blessed with a gift for lyrics and music writing. We've been blessed to enjoy him.
Heart-wrenching and spiritually powerful Sep 23, 2005
Being a big fan of Rich Mullins, and reading almost every article I can find on him, I went into this expecting big things. The last songs Rich every recorded, weeks before he died. After listening to the demo CD, this is the most powerful CD I have ever owned. Many songs sound like he knew his time was short on this earth. The stark compositions, either a single guitar or a piano, really bring to home the fact that Rich was pouring his heart into these songs. "Hard to Get" continues his unique way of relating to God. My heart cries everytime I listen to it. All of these songs seem to be praise songs, with "Jesus" being a particulary good one. I have not listened to the "cleaned up" version of this, but there's no need to. No other artist or way of recording could give this album more spiritual power.
missing Rich May 4, 2004
Yes I realize people are going to jump all over me for giving this project less than five stars. What little disappointment I had was not due to the songs themselves. They demonstrate some of the finest work of Rich Mullins; thoughtful, profound, witty, and poetic all at once. I only wish (like everyone else) that Rich had been around to do a quality recording of them. Although the songwriting is undeniably Rich Mullins, the recording (on the disc with various artists) lacks the spark of musical genius we came to expect from Mullins. That shouldn't be a surprise of course, because there is no replacement for Rich and his talents. However, my impression was that the project didn't flow very well from start to finish; because there isn't really a dominant musical style, and because there is a different lead singer in almost every song. The common theme of Jesus Christ and Rich's lyrics hold it together somewhat, but the aura of Rich Mullins is noticeably absent. (It doesn't help that the hammer dulcimer is also absent, except for a few seconds at the end). I could speculate on how I think this record could have been produced better, but that wouldn't help anything. This is an incredibly moving project; I am only concentrating on the negative side because the other reviewers have covered the positive. Just don't be expecting to hear the final masterpiece of Rich Mullins. That's what I was expecting, and that's why I wasn't completely satisfied. But perhaps Rich would have liked it better this way anyhow, because the project wasn't supposed to be about Rich Mullins in the first place; it was supposed to be about Christ, and these are some of the best songs ever written about Him.
This is a great cd, that tells the story of Jesus's life :) Mar 10, 2004
The words that Rich Mullins wrote for this song were very touching and heart felt. I believe these songs tell the life of Jesus in every way. For anyone who wants to feel close to him listen to this CD. My Deliverer is a beautiful song and it makes you want to listen to it over and over again. My Deliverer mainly tells the story of how Joesph and Mary traveled through the desert to Africa. The other songs are excellent, too. The first CD consists of his recordings of these songs before he died. The second CD consists of the same songs with the ragamuffin band (Michael W. Smith, Amy Grant, and others) singing them after he had died. All around this is an excellent CD. I hope you all find my review very helpful:)