1975 The Archers – Things We Deeply Feel

Things We Deeply Feel the fourth album release for The Archers and their first release for the West Coast’s powerful CCM franchise, Light Records. The record company went all out for the project, bringing in some of Hollywood’s top studio players, including several Steely Dan alumni. Released before national charts were created, it spawned several top airplay list hits, including the #1 “It Wouldn’t Be Enough”.


1  Music (He Brings A New Song) (Phil Cole, Billy Masters) 3:56
2  Giver Of Life (Billy Masters) 3:26
3  Sit Yourself Down (Nancye Short) 2:50
4  Lord, You’ve Been Good To Me (Andrae Crouch) 2:49
5  It Wouldn’t Be Enough (Don Aldridge) 4:01
6  I’m With Jesus (David Irwin) 3:16
7  Brand New Day (Billy Masters) 3:31
8  You Are My Inspiration (Billy Masters) 3:01
9  If You Can’t Believe In Love (You Don’t Believe In Anything At All) (Gary Paxton, Ron Hellard) 3:05
10  It’s Love To Me (Billy Masters, Don Aldridge) 3:06
11  Praise Him (Billy Masters, Don Aldridge) 2:41



Bass Leland Sklar
Drums Ed Greene
Drums Hal Blaine
Guitar Jay Graydon
Guitar Lee Ritenour
Guitar Ben Benay
Guitar Dan Ferguson
Steel Guitar Red Rhodes
Keyboards David Paich
Synthesizer Clark Gassman
Fiddle Harold Hensley
Vocals Nancye Short
Vocals Steve Archer
Vocals Tim Archer

Liner Notes

Producer – Bill Cole
Arranged By (Rhythm Charts) – Bobby Sisco
Arranged By (Strings/Brass) – Clark Gassman
Engineer – Jerry Barnes

Liner Notes – Ralph Carmichael

Phonographic Copyright (p) – Lexicon Music, Inc.
Recorded At – Western Recorders