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The Truth

by Simple Truth

Our music has been described as "scripturally based, doctrinally sound", original Christian music presented in an acoustic folk style.
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Christian
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1. Being Found & Glory to the Lamb of God
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2. Eagle's Song
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3. Valley's Always Lead to Mountiantops
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4. Don't Give On Me
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5. Enter In
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6. Hinds Feet
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7. Simple Truth
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8. Let It Go
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9. Sail On
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10. Run As One
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11. The Steps of a Righteous Man
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
It has been said that this album is well suited for new believers as they begin their walk with Christ. The album is filled with sing-able music that is “scripture based and doctrinally sound”. Listeners have commented on how familiar the songs are, yet are different than anything they have heard before. Simple Truth’s tight harmonies and driving rhythm guitar lines are reminiscent of 60’s folk and acoustic rock music such as Momma’s & Papa’s or Simon & Garfunkel. This is “feel good music” with a message, we hope you enjoy and are blessed.

“The Truth” is Simple Truth’s first album. Produced in 1997, it was an act of faith from beginning to end as Debbie and I had no idea of what we were getting into. The content of the album was selected with one thought in mind, “if this was the only album produced, what is the message we want to present”? With, at that time, twenty years of songs to select from the task was immense and an arduous undertaking for two “newbies” to the recording world. God was gracious to us as we were able to locate a sound engineer and record production company under one roof. Having already recorded one song in the basement of person’s home, we knew what we did not want and could only move on faith that we had been directed to what we did.

Song selection got narrowed down fairly quickly with our agreement that the message to be sent with this album was to be simple, clear, glorifying to God and edifying to man. With guidance from our sound engineer, Sonny, we set off recording, mixing and producing this first project. We are grateful that those we worked with were honest, realistic individuals who provided trustworthy advice. Our first thought had been to have an album done with just our two voices and guitar, being concerned that any augmentation to the recording would be misleading when we were in concert. We consented to adding a bass guitar and another acoustic guitar track to some of the songs having been warned of the huge difference between hearing someone live and hearing a recording. We were very pleased with the outcome and proud of the final product when completed. Some of the songs were composed for group singing. On those tracks we were joined by close friends, who came to be known as “the cold hard facts”. (i.e. - Simple Truth and the Cold Hard Facts)

From the opening lines of “Being Found” to the closing notes of “Steps of a Righteous Man” we sought to present scriptural truths. As the project began to disseminate we received positive reports and stories. We heard of young children while in the car or taking their evening baths could be heard singing what was essentially pure scripture as they connected with each song. We repeatedly heard adults report how a certain song was a comfort or encouragement during a difficult time. Even now, fifteen years later, we hear of people who continue to listen to “The Truth”, finding encouragement and comfort throughout the day.

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