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Feels Good to Be Forgiven
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Category: CCM Lite AOR
Label: ForeFront Records
Catalog Number: CD02510
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Eddie DeGarmo keyboards, lead vocals|
Phyllis Duncan backing vocals
Helen Gray backing vocals
Warren Pease bass
Willy Lucius drums
Greg Redding guitars
Jack Holder guitars
Dana Key guest guitars
|1. ||Heaven's 9-1-1 ||3:40|
|2. ||Stayin' on the High Road ||4:50|
|3. ||Feels Good to Be Forgiven ||4:47|
|4. ||Pickin' Up the Pieces ||4:57|
|5. ||Turn on Heaven's Power ||4:07|
|6. ||GoodBye Mr. Heartache ||3:47|
|7. ||Thank You ||3:39|
|8. ||I Believe ||3:52|
|9. ||Faith Like a Rock ||4:20|
|10. ||I Ain't Gonna Lose ||4:57|
|11. ||I Wanna Praise You ||5:06|
|12. ||Yes Indeed ||3:18|
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|Total Running Time:|| 51:20|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: August 11, 2001 at 17:55|
|This album is a testimony why Dana Key was the lead singer of D and K. Eddie should have stuck with his keyboard. The album was a bust. These songs had good messages and would have been very enjoyable if they had been by D and K, sung by Key.
||Date: February 15, 2004 at 19:56|
|If this album by Eddie Degarmo was not as good as it was or is. Why then, did it get a GRAMMY NOD? And why didn't Dana Key get any GRAMMY Nominations for his solo albums.Oh! by the way Eddie did sing lots of songs on the D&K albums and did very well eg. J word and It'S my business. Eddie is lead vocal. Blessings
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