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    Daniel Amos in 1991

    1991

  • Maranatha Records reissues Daniel Amos' first two records on CD, Daniel Amos and Shotgun Angel.
    View Daniel Amos Album Reviews
    Daniel Amos Album Info
    View Shotgun Angel Album Reviews
    Shotgun Angel Album Info

  • Stunt Records reissues Alarma! on CD with bonus tracks. View Album Reviews
    Album Info, photos and artwork

  • Terry Taylor is featured in Harvest Rock Syndicate . "The HRS Interview Part One"

  • Terry Taylor is featured in Harvest Rock Syndicate . "The HRS Interview Part Two"

  • Terry Taylor is featured in Harvest Rock Syndicate . "The HRS Interview Part Three"

  • Angie Alan's The Bottom Line is released on Frontline Records. Ed McTaggart handled the art direction for the album.

  • The Altar Boys' The Collection is released on Alarma Records. Terry produced and wrote liner notes for the album.

  • Apocolypse' Holiness or Hell is released. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

  • Cindy Cruse's Small Town Girl is released. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

  • Stephen Crumbacher's Take It In is released on Frontline Records. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

  • Deliverance's What A Joke is released on Intense Records. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

  • Idle Cure's Inside Out is released on Frontline Records. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

  • Liaison's Urgency is released on Frontline Records. Ed McTaggart handled some of the albums art direction.

  • Mad At the World's Boomerang is released on Alarma! Records. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

  • Dan Michaels' Reveal is released on Winter Spirit Records. Tim Chandler played bass guitar and Rob Watson mixed "Pages From the Past," "More Than Words," and "Valadez in the Country."

  • Mortification's self-titled album is released on Intense Records. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

  • Nicole C Mullen's Don't Let Me Go is released on Frontline Records. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

  • P.I.D.'s The Chosen Ones is released on Frontline Records. Ed McTaggart handled the art direction.

  • Ransom's self-titled album is released on Intense Records. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

  • Sacred Warrior's Obsessions is released on Intense Records. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

  • Sanctuary Praise is released on Intense Records. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

  • Street Called Straight's self-titled album is released on Frontline Records. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

  • Ken Tamplin's Soul Survivor is released on Frontline Records. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

  • 12th Tribe's Knowledge Is The Tribe Of Life is released on Intense Records. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

  • The Various Artists album Long Play Bluegrass Gospel is released on Maranatha! Music. Alex MacDougall was the executive producer for the album.

  • The Various Artists compilation video Hot Metal 4 is released on Intense Records. Ed McTaggart created the artwork for the video.

  • Vengance Rising's Destruction Comes is released on Intense Records. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

  • Washington's Serious is released on Frontline Records. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

  • Larry Norman's Stranded in Babylon is released. The song "A Dangerous Place To Be" mentions two of Terry's early bands, The Scarlet Staircase and Jubal's Last Band:
    "Falling down the Scarlett Staircase comes Jubal's Last Band
    they can't see the cross cause they're too busy listening to the clapping of one hand.
    I'll be waiting in Armageddon when the Lawyers come around
    I'll be praying for the strength of Samson to pull the courtroom down."

    Daniel Amos in 1991

    January 1991

  • Tim Chandler is featured in CCM magazine's "Christian Musician" bass players special.
    "Tim Chandler: CCM Bass Special"

    January 1, 1991

  • Children of the Consuming Fire is released on Vineyard Music Group. Rob Watson played keyboards on the album.

    January 24, 1991

  • Sun 60's self-titled album is released on Epic Records. Swirling Eddie David Raven played drums.

    January-April 1991


    Terry Scott Taylor in NoteBored
  • Terry Taylor is featured in NoteBored.
    "The Many Faces of Terry Scott Taylor"

    March 5, 1991

  • Amy Grant's Heart in Motion is released on A&M Records. Swirling Eddie David Raven played drums on the album.

  • Guardian's Fire and Love is released on Sony/Word. Swirling Eddie David Raven played drums on the album.

    April-May 1991

  • DA returns to the studio to record Kalhöun!
    "Virgin Falls" is recorded with 24 tracks - the first 10 tracks being drums and bass. There are two tracks of Acoustic Guitar - shared with trumpet, four tracks of guitar, one track for "guitar mosquitoes," one track for an additional guitar in the break, a second track of bass overdubs, four tracks of distorted vocals and one track of "clean" vocals. The tapes for this session include an improvised jam at the start with Terry singing nonsense lyrics about a man building a church on mars.
    "Gate of the World" is recorded with 23 tracks - the first 10 tracks being drums and bass. There are four tracks of acoustic guitars, two tracks for Mando Acoustic, two tracks of B3 organ, one track for a shaker, one track of an electric guitar through a Marshall Amp, two tracks for acoustic embelishments, and one lead vocal track.
    "Note to Anna" is recorded with 24 tracks - the first 10 tracks being drums and bass. There are two tracks of acoustic guitar, two tracks of steel guitar, one guitar overdub track, two tracks of B3, two tracks of cello, three tracks of BGVs, and two tracks of lead vocals.
    "Kalhoun" is recorded with 22 tracks - the first 10 tracks being drums and bass. There are four tracks of guitars, one lead guitar track, four tracks of BGVs and three tracks of lead vocals.
    "Prayer Wheel" is recorded with 24 tracks - the first 10 tracks being drums and bass. There are eight tracks of guitar, two tracks of BGVs, and two tracks of lead vocals.
    "If You Want To" is recorded with 24 tracks - the first 10 tracks being drums and bass. There are three tracks for acoustic guitar, seven tracks for guitar - one of which is also shared with tambourine, one track for lead guitar, two tracks for BGVs, and one track for vocal.
    "Glory Hound" is recorded with 24 tracks - the first 10 tracks being drums and bass. There is one track for bass overdubs, three tracks of guitar, two tracks of steel guitar, one track of "Tim's Guitar," one track for B3, five tracks for BGVs, and and one track for lead vocals.
    "I Will Return" is recorded with 24 tracks - the first 10 tracks being drums and bass. There are then two tracks of strings, one track of tambourine, one track for Guitar, one track for nylon string guitar, two tracks for accordion and marimba which also contain a few random BGVs, five additional tracks for BGVs, and one track for lead vocals.
    "Father Explains" is recorded with 24 tracks - the first 10 tracks being drums and bass. There are three tracks of Acoustic Guitars, three tracks of electric guitars, one track for tambourine, three lead vocal tracks and four for background vocals.
    "Big Warm Sweet Interior Glowing" is recorded with 24 tracks - the first 10 tracks being drums and bass. There is one track of acoustic guitar, seven tracks of guitar, two tracks of B3, three tracks of BGVs, and one track for lead vocals.
    "Tracking the Amorous Man" is recorded with 24 tracks - the first 10 tracks being drums and bass. THere is one track of B3, one track of acoustic guitar, four tracks of guitar, four tracks of cello, and two tracks of nylon string guitar, one track of BGVs and two tracks of lead vocals.

    April 17, 1991

  • Terry records a new lead vocal track for "Big Warm Sweet Interior Glowing" for Kalhöun!

    May 1, 1991

  • Mark Heard's Second Hand is released on Fingerprint Records. Swirling Eddie David Raven played drums.

    May 23, 1991

  • Grand Funk Railroad's Mark Farner releases his solo album Some Kind of Wonderful on Frontline Records. Ed McTaggart handled the art direction for the album.

    June 7, 1991

  • Michael Omartian's The Race is released on Word/Epic. Swirling Eddie David Raven played drums.

    June 11, 1991

  • Pierce Pettis' Tinseltown is released on High Street Records. Tim Chandler played bass and David Raven played drums on the album.

    Summer 1991


  • Volume 2, Issue 4 of Vertigo, the Swirling Eddies Spinning Vortex Fun Club Newsletter is mailed out to the DA fan club.
    View Newsletter

    July 4, 1991


    Kalhöun

    Daniel Amos ~ Kalhoun!
  • DA's Kalhöun is released at Cornerstone.

    View Album Reviews
    Album Info & Lyrics

    Terry: "Sort of prophetic... the Prayer wheel thing. It was a kind of political record too. I believe it was written about the Gulf War... there's a song about steel rain. I had heard that phrase on television about the bombs coming down like steel rain on Baghdad. I grabbed onto that and wrote a song about it. The album is like a prophetic vision. Once again, some good tunes. I like that record." (1996)

    A Kalhoun listening party was held at the festival, where Terry signed CDs and Stuntman Tom Gulotta auctioned off tons of DA memorabilia.
    Among the items auctioned off were cover artwork for Knowledge and Innocence, Doppelganger Special edition LPs, Terry's Alarma Tour Jacket, Rob Watson's torn shirt from Cornerstone 90, a promo copy of the "I've Got an Idea" video, and Terry's almost empty cup of lemonade.


    "My invited what?"

  • July 29, 1991

  • Doug Doyle transfers DA's analog archives of demos and out-takes onto DAT.


    July-August, 1991

  • Bruce A. Brown reviews Kalhoun for Syndicate Magazine.
    View Album Reviews

    August 20, 1991

  • Rick Elias' Ten Stories is released on Frontline Records. Ed McTaggart handled the art direction for the album.

    September 11, 1991

  • Dig Hay Zoose's Struggle Fish is released on Brainstorm Artists, Intl. Terry produced the album. Dr. Edward Daniel Taylor appears on the track "D.H.Z." and Camarillo Eddy plays acoustic guitar on "Dad's Song." Ed McTaggart handled some of the albums art direction.

    September 24, 1991

  • Ric Alba's Holes In The Floor Of Heaven is released on Glasshouse Records. Greg Flesch plays guitars on the album and Rob Watson plays keyboards.

    October 1991

  • The Lost Dogs record the music for Scenic Routes over two weekends, played live in the lounge of Mixing Lab 'B', in Huntington Beach, CA.
    Terry, on the song "Amber Waves Goodbye": "For a number of years the song 'Amber Waves Goodbye' evaded me. I had the title, but little else, and unlike most of the songs I had written up to that point I had a number of false starts in trying to complete it. Nothing seemed to work. I had the intuitive sense all along that this was an important song but my efforts never seemed to live up to what I felt was the full potential of the title. I would file it away in my brain cabinet time and time again, promising to get back to it at some future date. Before I knew it however, the years flew by and still the 'song' remained nothing more than an intriguing title scribbled in one of my old notebooks. It wasn't until we formed The Lost Dogs that I began seriously working on it again. I have no doubt today that the reason the song lay just outside my grasp for so long is that it was meant all along to be performed and recorded specifically by the Dogs. I completed 'Amber' shortly before recording it with the band in 1992 for the album Scenic Routes. It may well have been the very first song I showed the band, but I can't be absolutely sure of this.

    The title's play on words could have easily inspired something satirical and lighthearted, but from the moment I conceived it I instinctively knew this wasn't the approach to take. That 'Amber' became a song about lost post World War II American idealism didn't surprise me in the least; The undercurrent of the song's theme no doubt lay just below the surface of my consciousness even back when the song was still only a title. 'Amber' was largely inspired by my having experienced, along with rest of the nation, the tragic loss of President John F. Kennedy at the hands of an assassin, the subsequent decimation of what remained of the country's post war innocence, and the turbulent ushering in of the 60's in which families who, up to this point, had been consuming a steady diet of feel good TV shows like Ozzie and Harriet and Father Knows Best, now ate their TV dinners tuned in to the bloody and heartbreaking Viet Nam war.
    Daniel Amos in 1991

    November 1991

  • Daniel Amos is featured in CCM Magazine. "da: The Band That Won't Go Away"

    November 19, 1991

  • Tom Howard's Beyond The Barriers is released on Myrrh Records. Musicians on the album include Greg Flesch, Tim Chandler and Dave Raven.

    Early 90's



  • Singer Carolyn Arends used to perform Daniel Amos songs in one of her early bands.
    Carolyn: "Yep - I'm a big DA fan. And it's true I used to play some of their tunes live. But - trust me, lucky for us - no recording exists. It was a little...er ... early in my musical development. :-)"
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