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HM, May / Jun 2001, #89

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Cover of HM, May / Jun 2001 #89, featuring Mike Knott
Writers in this Issue
Argyrakis, Andy
Bandoppler, Treble
Beeman, Bob
Campbell, Earl
Cloud, Jeff
Crabb II, Kemper B.
Culver, Roy
Dodd, Jason E
Estey, Chris
Jones, Sarah
Kid, Kern County
Konieczko, Melissa Marie
McCready, Tim
Newell, Van
Olson, Chad
Pogge, David M
Rake, Jamie Lee
Reed, Bethany
Roper, Reese
Scheetz, Jeff
Slayor, Kevin
Spencer, Josh
Strole, L Jeanette
Van Pelt, Doug
Wilson, Gord
Winecoff, Kindred
Wycoff, Collette

Mike Knott

Cover Feature:
  • "Diary O A Murderer King" by Chris Estey
Article:
  • "When Families Pray For Rain" by L Jeanette Strole
  • "Never Never Land" by Jason E Dodd
  • "The Crucial Moment" by Doug Van Pelt
  • "(DE)>Constructing Four Door" by Jeff Cloud
  • "Whitest Snow Blackest Metal" by Chad Olson
  • "The After New" by Melissa Marie Konieczko
  • "Appalachian Urgency" by Roy Culver
  • "Having Something To Say" by Doug Van Pelt
  • "Road Rage" by Tim McCready
  • "The Socal Pop Conspiracy" by Treble Bandoppler
  • "The Loving Self" by David M Pogge
  • "Of Streets & Gates" by Sarah Jones
  • "The Character(s) of Bride"
  • "Lucky Seven" by Gord Wilson
Hardnews:So & So Says....:Truth In Hip-Hop:Christians In Rock:
  • The Criminal Under My Own Hat by Chris Estey
Album Review:
  • The Blamed - Isolated Incident by Josh Spencer
  • Soterios - The Blinding Pain of Unspoken Words by Doug Van Pelt
  • Ninety Pound Wuss - Hierarchy Of Snakes by Jason E Dodd
  • System Failure - Can You See The Dead? by Kern County Kid
  • Sick of Change - These Shattered Lives by Bethany Reed
  • Charlie Peacock - Strangelanguage by Andy Argyrakis
  • Katy Hudson - Katy Hudson by Earl Campbell
  • Rick Altizer - Go Nova by L Jeanette Strole
  • Rob Rock - Rage of Creation by Doug Van Pelt
  • Jetenderpaul - Presents the Modal Lines by Kindred Winecoff
  • Anchor - Shipwrecked Life by Treble Bandoppler
  • various artists - Black & Blue Compilation by Jason E Dodd
  • Travail - Beautiful Loneliness by Doug Van Pelt
  • Unwed Sailor - The Faithful Anchor by Treble Bandoppler
  • Point of Recognition - Refresh, Renew by Jason E Dodd
  • Gregorian - Masters of Chant by Doug Van Pelt
  • Phil Keaggy - Inseparable, Lights of Madrid by Doug Van Pelt
  • Adam Again - Live at Cornerstone 2000 by Doug Van Pelt
  • Further Seems Forever - The Moon Is Down by Andy Argyrakis
  • Craig Erickson - Shine by Doug Van Pelt
  • Everybodyduck - Out of the Overflow: A Modern Worship Recording by Andy Argyrakis
  • various artists - Extreme Days by Jason E Dodd
  • Pashawkee - Trance World by Kern County Kid
  • Soul Embraced - For The Incomplete by Jason E Dodd
  • Map - Teaching Turtles to Fly by Treble Bandoppler
  • various artists - Start Right Here: Remembering The Life of Keith Green by Jason E Dodd
  • Audio Adrenaline - Hit Parade by Jamie Lee Rake
  • Iona - Open Sky by Jamie Lee Rake
  • Zealous - The Perils of Life by Jason E Dodd
  • Darrell Mansfield - Live On Tour by Doug Van Pelt
  • various artists - Victory In Christ by Earl Campbell
  • Leviticus - The Strongest Power by Doug Van Pelt
  • The 77s - A Golden Field Of Radioactive Crows by Kern County Kid
  • T-Bone - The Last Street Preacha
  • Knowdaverbs - The Action Figure
  • DJ Skillspinz - Mixopolis: Crate
Concert Review:Event Review:
  • Facedown Fest by Collette Wycoff
Book Review:
  • Thom Granger(editor) - The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music by Chris Estey
Editorials, opinion, and commentary:
  • "Megaphone to the World" by Reese Roper
The Christian and Art: "The Sons of Issachar: Knowing What Israel Should Do, Part XXII" by Kemper B. Crabb II

Pastor Bob's Column by Pastor Bob

Licks & Tricks by Jeff Scheetz

HM Back Page: "Caution: No One Is Working"


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