If you haven't been catching his most recent recordings, you have been missing out. All At Once was released on double vinyl in 2016, and is an amazing set of songs - very similar in sound to Crimson and Blue. The vinyl was great quality and the production was stellar. In 2011 he put out an amazing Electric Guitar album - just jams called JAMMED! Here's a song off that album where the 63 year old (at the time) just takes off... Keaggy is now 68, and still can hold his own with any guitarist out there, but just doesn't get the props he deserves from the masses. Only 5'2", and "stuck" in the CCM industry for 20 years, any fame he had as a guitarist was lost after 72', at least to those who weren't paying much attention. I have near 80 different recordings from Keaggy, with I think 24 on vinyl. Every album, whether it is of his best work or not is so important to me as his music really is something else. He isn't just the CCM version of Paul McCartney that so many threw him off as - his creative intuition has produced so much - such a unique sound... I saw a video where this English gentleman was listening to Keaggy for the first time, and it about knocked his socks off....it was that old 1970s video of Time where Keaggy uses his Ebow... Curious how many fans there are of him, and if there is anyone who would like to delve into his music some? I have some duplicates I'd gladly send to you if you want to try his stuff out for the first time....both vinyl and CDs.... He and some friends have been working on a Bandcamp page to release old concert recordings - so much music...some are just incredible! Anyhow, Phil doesn't know my name, but I consider myself one of his biggest fans. I'm 38 years old, and first heard Phil when my parents bought Sunday's Child for a winter trip up to the Cascades in Oregon. We listened the whole 4 hours there and the 4 hours back, as well as in our room at the lodge. It stuck - the album was just perfect, and everyone who I have shared it with has been blown away, whether they appreciated the message in it or not. He's a Christian musician. Yes, but don't throw him to the side just because you don't hold to or appreciate his faith. You are missing out on one of the top musicians of the last 50 years. His catalogue is endless and maybe unprecedented now that his Bandcamp page is up.