ALL FEAR IS GONE
The Stories Behind The Songs
Walk By Faith
This is just a great Charlie Hayden tune. A simple song about having
faith and just following Jesus.
This is just a great Charlie Hayden tune. A simple song about having faith and just following Jesus.
I produced a demo tape for Soul Elevation (Charlie Hayden, Rich and Israel Abers). One of the three tracks we did was this one. I liked it so much that I asked them if I could use it. Through the power of modern technology I deleted Charlie’s vocals but left he and Rich’s guitars and Charlie’s percussion. Then I put my own stamp on it by cutting and pasting the percussion at the end. I like the way this one turned out. Thanks guys for letting me use it!
This song is one I can remember singing when I was a little kid. I think it
clearly states the two things we need to do…. Trust and Obey. Plain and
This song is one I can remember singing when I was a little kid. I think it clearly states the two things we need to do…. Trust and Obey. Plain and simple.
This hymn gives a simple, clear explanation of
living the Christian life. The title expression was used in a testimony meeting,
following an evangelistic crusade in
I had a Doo-Wap number in mind when I went
to record this. I was going to do about 7-10 back ground vocals with all of the
Shoe-waps and OOOO’s in th background. This was one of the tracks I was
rushing to get done the last week before I left for
Several comments about that song have made me feel better about including it.
This track was one of the most fun to record. It took me about a month to do it though. I play all 4 of the instruments on this song. Anyone who knows me musically can tell you I have enough trouble playing one, so it was tough to get a good track on all these instruments. What we ended up with was close enough J
I make my Banjo debut on this song, that was a lot of fun.
This is another one of my favorite hymns. I took the title of this album, “All Fear Is Gone”, from this song. Everything we do and are able to do is because he lives.
While I had Wendy in the studio I talked her into helping me out with the choir on this one. Between the 2 of us we were able to find 5 vocals parts. With the chorusing, it sounds like a ton of people. Wendy thought it sounded like something out of Branson, but I’m a country boy at heart, so that’s fine with me.
One night in high school I came home from work late at night and went to the fridge to finally get my dinner. While complaining to myself about my night at work and about how tired I was, a poem by “anonymous” that my mom had stuck on the fridge caught my eye:
I’m drinking from my saucer, because my cup has overflowed."
I Know I Can Help Him
I Know I Can Help Him
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