The Revelation (Daniel Amos album)

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The Revelation
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Recorded1977, 1986
Genre Country, rock
Label Frontline
Producer Daniel Amos
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The Revelation is a 1986 remix album by rock band Daniel Amos, released on Frontline Records.


The Revelation is a reworking of the popular "side 2" of the band's 1977 album, Shotgun Angel . All of the tracks were remixed, and one new song was recorded, the Phil Spector inspired "Soon". Also, added for this new collection were narrations between songs by Calvary Chapel Pastor Chuck Smith, reading from the Book of Revelation.

Track listing

  1. "Finale: Bereshith Overture" (Stipech/Taylor/Chamberlain/Cook) 6:03
  2. "Lady Goodbye" (Taylor/Chamberlain/Cook) 3:59
  3. "The Whistler" (Taylor/Chamberlain/Cook) 5:23
  4. "He's Gonna Do a Number On You" (Cook) 2:28
  5. "Better" (Taylor/Chamberlain/Cook) 6:48
  6. "Sail Me Away" (Taylor/Chamberlain) 6:28
  7. "Posse In the Sky" (Taylor) 6:23
  8. "Soon" (Taylor) 11:02

Track times include narrations between songs

The band

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