CCM–Gotta Start Diggin’ It Back Out

July 3, 2008 at 3:50 pm 3 comments

If you are like me, you have no memory of rock music in the 80s.  I made my point to CCM during that time.  I read this post by Mark Lee (of Third Day) today and I it compelled me to go dig out some old TAPES for my kids to hear!

Read through the comments and tell me who YOU’D forgotten about from the 80s zone that made you go, “Oh yeah!  I loved that!  I forget about that!”

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  • 1. Dori  |  July 3, 2008 at 5:00 pm

    For me, my CCM introduction was Sandi Patty (only then she was “Sandi Patti”). I had ever record, then ever tape. I have to say that “We Shall Behold Him” was the powerful song I had ever heard at that time. I saw her in concert a couple of times and it was awesome.

    Others of note were Steve Green, Larnell Harris and Take 6. I’d had to go back and really think about it to remember others.

    Fun challenge!

    Dori

  • 2. "Maggie"  |  July 3, 2008 at 5:06 pm

    OH yeah! Good ones! Our first “spark” was at a Larnelle Harris concert during the song “I Miss My Time with You” after he’d gone back to college! He put his arm around me…and I knew I wasn’t imagining the interest. I. Thought. I’d. Die!

    LOVED “There is a Mighty Spirit” he opened with at one concert. I was wanting to hear it so badly, my Mom called their production company to see if she could get me a copy. They didn’t, but mailed her a copy they had themselves of it!

    LOVED Take 6! I remember recording a bunch of their stuff off the radio (shhh!).

    I did not know Sandy changed the spelling of her name. Learn something new every day.

    What else ya got for me?

  • 3. blueraindrop  |  July 3, 2008 at 5:57 pm

    white heart. and degarmo and key

    it amuses me to no end when a random mp3 i’ve tracked down from the 80s suddenly pops up in my playlist…. except smitty. but only cuz im a smitty fan and so those ones are in fairly normal rotation.

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