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Last Adam

Tools for the Harvest

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Category: CCM AOR
Year: 1990
Label: Regency Records
Catalog Number: SPCN7900823247
Rating: 7.42 out of 10. (6 ratings)

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Dickie DiBuono vocals, bass, acoustic guitar
Shawn Fitzgerald vocals, electric and acoustic guitars
Doug Gould keyboards
Don Musshorn vocals, drums
1.  Lord of Israel  4:56
2.  Open Your Eyes  3:32
3.  All Your Heart  3:24
4.  Lord  4:07
5.  Waiting (for You)  3:36
6.  Lead Me Away  5:47
7.  Only a Fool  5:41
8.  Jesus Street  4:05
9.  Praise to the Lord  4:50
Total Running Time:  39:58

Existing comments about this CD

From: phaffas   ( Date: December 5, 2004 at 22:08
reminds me of the softer side of early 80s to mid 80s Petra, with some old whiteheart thrown in... 1 or 2 decent songs
From: Jay/PetraFan007   ( Date: February 19, 2005 at 22:46
If this CD had better production (louder guitars, real drums, etc)... it would have been a lot better. I still like it for nostalgia purposes, but overall it's not a masterpiece or anything. 'Lord of Israel', 'Open Your Eyes', and 'Lead Me Away' are killer songs though.
From: Gary S   ( Date: December 1, 2007 at 20:44
I liked the softer side of Petra and White Heart. But I could not get into this. Probably some of the sappiest stuff I have ever heard.
From: Raphael   ( Date: May 14, 2010 at 16:48
Two problems here: 1: the sound is very much of its time, and doesn't age well. Nobody's fault, I guess. 2: like so many Christian albums of the time, it was poorly produced; the opening guitar riffs sound like they were recorded in a broom cupboard on a Phillips cassette recorder. Shame, really. The band has three lead vocalists, who are distinctive and competent, but I never really liked bands who used keyboards to carry the music rather than support it. Not many out of 10, I'm afraid!
From:   ( Date: May 14, 2010 at 16:50
Having said that (yeah, I'm placing a second post because of limited space), I have a lot of time for bands who base their songs solidly on Scripture, so that alone bumps them up in my estimation.
From: Alex   ( Date: June 17, 2019 at 19:49
I might be a little biased because I play with guitarist Shawn Fitzgerald on a regular basis but I really have to say this album is outstanding. Iíve played with Shawn at my church for the past decade but had no idea this CD existed. My favorite song the 2nd one as sung by the drummer Don Musshorn. I can also say Shawnís voice hasnít changed much at all over the 30 years since this recording. My only complaint is they didnít make any more recordings!

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