Journey (Myrrh MSB-6635) 1980
As with most Myrrh albums from this time period, Journey ﬁnds itself mostly within a mellow pop/ccm and ballads format. There’s an occasional light rock edge, but overall the album seems signiﬁcantly softer than his previous two. Here the music takes a back seat to the lyrical concerns, which includes such topics as child neglect (‘Dear God’), a martyred Soviet believer (‘Vanya’), empty Christian marriages (‘We’ve All Seen Them’), Bob’s personal testimony (the title track), confession (‘Valerie’) and get-rich Christians (‘Positive Confession’). ‘Beauty For Ashes’ closes the album with a touch of Dan Fogelberg. Among the participants are David Diggs, Al Perkins, Richard Souther and Malcolm Wild. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-3||Head In The Clouds||3:35|
|1-4||We've All Seen Them||3:20|
|1-6||Little Praise Song||1:12|
|2-4||On My Way||3:17|
|2-5||Beauty For Ashes||2:29|