|Beyond Saturday Night|
|Studio album by Leslie Phillips|
|Producer||Jack Joseph Puig|
|Leslie Phillips chronology|
Beyond Saturday Night is the title of the first album by Leslie Phillips, released in 1983 on Myrrh Records. The album's style is placed between the contemporary Christian music artist Amy Grant, Christian rocker Margaret Becker and hard rock group, Resurrection Band.
Myrrh Records, also known as Myrrh Worship, was an American Christian music record label. According to Encyclopedia of American Gospel Music, the label was instrumental in developing a popular following for contemporary Christian music as the label that first published music by Barry McGuire, 2nd Chapter of Acts, Randy Matthews and Nancy Honeytree. The label is also known for serving as the first label for popular Christian crossover singer Amy Grant, who joined the label in 1977. She stayed with Myrrh until 1999.
Contemporary Christian music is a genre of modern popular music which is lyrically focused on matters concerned with the Christian faith. It formed as those affected by the 1960s Jesus movement revival began to express themselves in a more contemporary style of music than the hymns, Gospel and Southern gospel music that was prevalent in the church at the time. Today, the term is typically used to refer to pop, rock, or praise & worship styles.
Amy Lee Grant is an American singer, songwriter, musician, author and media personality. She is known for performing contemporary Christian music (CCM) and for a successful crossover to pop music in the 1980s and 1990s. She has been referred to as "The Queen of Christian Pop".
All songs written by Leslie Phillips, except where noted.
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