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Where Are The Other Nine
Artist: Geoff Moore
Format: CD

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Label: GIRDER RECORDS
Rel. Date: 11/04/2022
UPC: 763416069398

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DISC: 1

1. Build the House
2. Royal Priesthoo
3. Where Are the Other Nine? (Let Me Be the One)
4. When You Get There (Love Will Take You in)
5. One Heart
6. Open Your Eyes
7. Bread of Life
8. He Shall Be Praised
9. Lonely Hearts Need Love
10. The Fight Song
11. U.F.O

More Info:

Geoff recorded his first of three solo albums in 1984 titled Where Are The Other Nine? featuring guitarist Roscoe Meek, bassist Gary Mullett, keyboardist Geof Barkley and drummer Chuck Conner and Two years later in 1986 with Over the Edge, followed in 1987 by The Distance, all produced by Whiteheart's Billy Smiley. After signing to Sparrow Records in 1987, he put together a touring band called "The Distance" and the rest is history with multiple Grammy Award Nominations including 4 Best Rock Gospel Albums and numerous Dove Awards. The first 2 albums Where Are The Other Nine? and Over The Edge, have never been on CD till now. The Distance was on CD but nearly impossible to find. Now all 3 of these albums have been completely remastered and reloaded and will come in a 8-12 page booklet with liner notes, photos, lyrics and a limited edition trading card, all different in each release. If you are unfamiliar with Geoff's amazing albums but you like John Cougar Mellencamp, Bruce Springsteen and Bob Segar, you'll be happy to know that Moore grew up listening to those artist and formed his sound base on those music influences.