Estimated Arrival: Between Apr 02 and Apr 06. *ETA to USA Only
A Liturgy, a Legacy, & a Ragamuffin Band is the seventh album by American singer and songwriter Rich Mullins, released in 1993. The album was very well received, and received the third place in the book CCM Presents: The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music (2001).
"A Liturgy, a Legacy, & a Ragamuffin Band" is an example of a concept album, as stated in the liner notes by Mullins and album producer Reed Arvin:
Cuts 2–6 of this album loosely follow the pattern of a liturgy - a tool used for collective worship. In it there is proclamation, praise, confession of sin, affirmation of faith and celebration of grace. Cuts 7–12 are a consideration of our "secular" heritage, issues and ideas that play themselves out in the history of our country.
"How to Grow Up Big and Strong" was recorded in honor of its writer, singer Mark Heard, who died in 1992.
|1||Here In America||3:22|
|3||The Color Green (Gloria In Excelsis)||5:39|
|4||Hold Me Jesus (Dona Nobis Pacem)||3:03|
|6||Peace (Agnus Dei) (A Communion Blessing From St. Joseph's Square)||5:21|
|7||78 Eatonwood Green||2:19|
|9||I'll Carry On||3:50|
|10||You Gotta Get Up (Christmas Song)||2:35|
|11||How To Grow Up Big And Strong||5:28|
|12||Land Of My Sojourn||4:04|