Time to plug it in and turn it up with this energized instrumental offering from legendary guitarist Phil Keaggy, entitled "220". Featuring 10 rock and blues based numbers, Keaggy's playing is graceful and fluid throughout, enliving the material with the true grace of a 30-year recording professional. From the bluesy opener "Animal" through the extended rock out of "The Great Escape" to the closing jam "Watt Ever", Keaggy displays incredible musicianship and a keen melodic sense. Keaggy fans already know that "220" is a must have, while listeners new to the man that like the guitar styles of Dave Beegle of Fourth Estate and Ronnie Montrose should make a point to get to know this music.
|07:12||The Great Escape||Instrumental|
|04:22||Beyond This Day||Instrumental|
|03:15||Watt Ever (220 Jam)||Instrumental|
|Phil Keaggy||Guitars, Bass, Drums, Tambourine, Synth, Additional Engineering|
|Lynn Williams||Drums, Cymbals|
|Phil Madeira||B-3, Slide Guitar|
|Patrick Leonard||Clav, Keyboard, Piano, B-3, Synth|
|Blair Masters||Drum Loop Programming|
|Hunter Lee||Scottish Warpipes, Tin Whistle|
|Pat Bergeson||Blues Harp|
|Russ Long||Recording of Irish Crowd on "Ian's Groove"|
|Tom King||Engineering Assistance on "Watt Ever (220 Jam)"|
|Bill Deaton||Production, Mixing, Engineering|
|John Mays||Executive Production|
|Aaron Swihart||Engineering Assistance|
|Patrick Kelly||Engineering Assistance|
|Amanda Sears||Engineering Assistance|
|Carry Summers||Mixing Assistance|
|Darren Smith||Mixing Assistance|
|Amanda Sears||Mixing Assistance|
|Charles Garrett||Guitar Technician|
|Karen Philpott||Creative Direction|
|Rich Borge||Cover Illustration|
|Lori Turk||Hair, Make-up|
|All songs written by Phil Keaggy.
Recorded at Omnisound Studios and Kegworth Studio.
"Watt Ever (220 Jam)" recorded live at Javelina Recording Studios.
Mixed at Gambit.
Mastered at the Mastering Lab.