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|Compilation album by Leslie Phillips|
|Producer||T Bone Burnett, Jack Joseph Puig, Dan Posthuma|
|Leslie Phillips chronology|
Recollection is the title of compilation album by Leslie Phillips, released in 1987 on Myrrh Records.
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.
Largely a collection of "greatest hits" from the Myrrh years, this album also contains a couple of new tracks including an acoustic version of "Your Kindness" and the never before released, "No One But You". Also included is the original demo versions of "Walls of Silence" and "You're the Same".
All songs written by Sam Phillips, except where noted.
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