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First Album/Can It Be?
Folk Rock, Soft Rock, Country, Gospel
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1 Son Come Out
Acoustic Guitar [1st Acoustic Guitar, Acoustic Guitar Lead], Lead Vocals – Dana AngleAcoustic Guitar [2nd Acoustic Guitar], Backing Vocals – Gary ArthurBacking Vocals – Bruce HerringBass – John WickhamCongas – Alex MacDougallWritten-By – Dana Angle
2 You're Caught In A World
Bass, Backing Vocals – Gary ArthurDrums – Alex MacDougallElectric Guitar [1st Electric Guitar], Electric Piano – John WickhamElectric Guitar [2nd Electric Guitar], Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals – Dana AngleLead Vocals – Bruce HerringWritten-By – Dana Angle, John Wickham
3 Song Of Joy
Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Dana AngleDrums – Alex MacDougallLead Guitar [Electric] – John WickhamLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Bruce HerringPiano, Backing Vocals – Gary ArthurWritten-By – Dana Angle, Gary Arthur
4 Come On Down
Acoustic Guitar [1st Acoustic Guitar], Percussion [Marbles], Lead Vocals – Gary ArthurAcoustic Guitar [2nd Acoustic Guitar], Lead Guitar [Electric], Backing Vocals – Dana AngleBacking Vocals – Bruce HerringBass – John WickhamCabasa – Alex MacDougallWritten-By – Dana Angle, Gary Arthur
5 Closer To God
Acoustic Guitar [1st Acoustic Guitar, Guitar Harmonics], Lead Vocals – Gary ArthurAcoustic Guitar [2nd Acoustic Guitar, Guitar Harmonics], Backing Vocals – Dana AngleBass, Backing Vocals – Bruce HerringElectric Guitar – John WickhamWritten-By – Gary Arthur
6 New Song
Acoustic Guitar, Lead Vocals – Bruce HerringBass, Backing Vocals – Gary ArthurDrums – Alex MacDougallElectric Guitar [1st Electric Guitar], Backing Vocals – Dana AngleElectric Guitar [2nd Electric Guitar] – John WickhamWritten-By – Bruce Herring
7 There's A Love
Acoustic Guitar, Percussion, Backing Vocals – Dana AngleBass, Percussion, Backing Vocals – Gary ArthurCongas, Percussion – Alex MacDougallPercussion – John WickhamPercussion, Lead Vocals – Bruce HerringWritten-By – Dana Angle
8 He's The Reason To Go On
Acoustic Guitar, Lead Vocals – Bruce HerringBacking Vocals – Gary ArthurBass, Backing Vocals – Dana AngleDrums – Alex MacDougallElectric Guitar – John WickhamWritten-By – Bruce Herring
9 Harvest Time
Acoustic Guitar [1st Acoustic Guitar], Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Bruce HerringBacking Vocals – Gary ArthurBass – John WickhamDrums – Alex MacDougallElectric Guitar, Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Dana AnglePiano – Tom StipeWritten-By – Bruce Herring, Dana Angle
10 Are You Listening?
Acoustic Guitar [1st Acoustic Guitar, Guitar Harmonics], Lead Vocals – Dana AngleAcoustic Guitar [2nd Acoustic Guitar, Guitar Harmonics], Backing Vocals – Gary ArthurBacking Vocals – Bruce HerringBass – John WickhamWritten-By – Dana Angle
11 A Cowboy's Dream
12 Days Of Noah
13 I've Been Sealed
14 Do You Feel The Change
15 Livin' On The Bottle
16 Sittin' In The Pew
17 Bearded Young Man
18 Can It Be

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  • Recorded At – Buddy King Studios, Huntington Beach, CA
  • Recorded At – Mama Jo's
  • Remixed At – Mama Jo's


  • Artwork By – Neal Buchanan
  • Artwork By [Caly Sculptures Front Cover] – Trace Guthrie
  • Design – Gary Arthur
  • Engineer – Buck Herring, Buddy King
  • Photography – Woody Blackburn
  • Producer – The Way
  • Remix – Chuck Johnson