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    1990


  • Stunt Records and Tapes is formed by Terry Taylor and Tom Gulotta.

  • Crumbacher/Duke's Worlds Away is released on Frontline Records. Ed McTaggart handled the art direction and design for the album.

  • Chuck Girard's Fire and Light is released on Myrrh Records. The album was Coproduced by Chuck Girard and Rob Watson. Rob played keyboards and Tim played bass.

  • D-Boy's The Lyrical Strength of One Street Poet is released on Frontline Records. The artistic strength of Ed McTaggart handled the art direction.

  • Jon Gibson's Jesus Loves Ya is released on Frontline Records. Rob Watson plays keyboards and arranged horns; Gene Eugene recorded and mixed the album and played Clavinet; Ed McTaggart provided the art direction.

  • Benny Hester's United We Stand / Divided We Fall is released on Frontline Records. Ed McTaggart handled art direction.

  • Idle Cure's 2nd Avenue is released on Frontline Records. Ed McTaggart handled the art direction.

  • Sacred Warrior's Wicked Generation is released on Intense Records. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

  • Scaterd Few's Sin Disease is released. Terry Coproduced with Ramald & Omar Domkus, Cowrote "Kill The Sarx II (Apocalypse)" with Greg Flesch, Ramald & Omar Domkis. Terry also wrote the sleeve notes.

  • Mike Stand's Simple Expression is released on Alarma Records. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

  • Tamplin and Friends An Axe to Grind is released on Intense Records. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

  • Dave Raven, Tim Chandler and Greg Flesch form the Smokin' Globes.

  • Rob Watson is featured in CCM magazine's "Christian Musician" Keyboardists colum, along with John Lawry of Petra, Michael W. Smith, John Andrew Schreiner, Mark Heimermann and Eddie DeGarmo.
    "Rob Watson: CCM Keyboard Special"


  • Stunt Records mails out their newest Vertigo Newsletter.
    View Newsletter

    March 16, 1990

  • Mark Heard's Dry Bones Dance is released on Fingerprint Records. Jerry Chamberlain and Sharon McCall sing BGVS on "Everything is Alright", "Mercy of the Flame" and "Fire". Other musicians on the album include Sam Phillips, Fergus Jemison Marsh and others.

    March 1990

  • The Swirling Eddies are featured in CCM Magazine. "Still Spinning After All These Years"

  • CCM Magazine's Reader's Choice Awards name the Swirling Eddies as the second favorite Alternative Rock Band (The Choir was first), and Outdoor Elvis as the second favorite Alternative album (The Choir's Wide Eyed Wonder was first), and Terry Taylor as the fifth Favorite Producer of the Year (tied with Charlie Peacock and Lynn Nichols. Brown Bannister was in first place, The Elefante's were in second place, Keith Thomas was third and Billy Smiley was fourth.)

  • Swirling Eddies' video Spittle & Phlegm is released. View Video Reviews
    The video featured a concept video for the song "I've Got An Idea", concert footage of DA at Greenbelt, and a lot of wacky stuff.

    March 9, 1990

    The Swirling Eddies in Concert
    (The Swirling Eddies in concert. Left to Right: Arthur Fhardy, Mary Baker Eddy, Gene Pool, Hort Elvison, Camarillo Eddy, Spot, Berger Roy Al and Prickly Disco)
  • The Eddies performed their first concert in La Marida, California at Biola University with Randy Stonehill. The show was dubbed the "Amos n' Randy n' Eddie tour". Over the next couple of years, they performed their next two shows at the Troubadour in Hollywood.
    Tim: "We came out in complete drag and, under the circumstances, just burned a hole in it. Mark Heard was there recording Randy Stonehill. At the end of our set, which ended in disaster - threats of lawsuits, people fired, jobs lost, lives changed - Mark asked if he could join the band. At one show, Marc Sercomb and Dan Michaels came out dressed in nothing but black silk stockings, sport coats, and high heels. I didn't know it but they went to a K-Mart and bought L'eggs just for the occasion. They would contort and writhe to the music. Dan Michaels would be whipping around a pair of nun-chucks."
    View Concert Review

    April 18, 1990

  • Adam Again's Homeboys is released. Terry wrote "Occam's Razor."

    May 9, 1990

  • Terry produces Jacob's Trouble's second album at Mixing Lab B with Gene Eugene Engineering.

    May 10, 1990

  • Terry produces Jacob's Trouble's second album at Mixing Lab B with Gene Eugene Engineering.

    May 11, 1990

  • Terry produces Jacob's Trouble's second album at Mixing Lab B with Gene Eugene Engineering.

    May 12, 1990

  • Daniel Amos and the The Swirling Eddies perform 2 songs ("Walls of Doubt" & "Let's Spin!") before Randy Stonehill's 20th anniversary concert. Sharon McCall sat in on bass, because Tim couldn't make the show. Other performers include Amy Grant, Russ Taff Michael W. Smith.

  • Rick Elias' Rick Elias And The Confessions is released on Alarma! Records. Ed McTaggart handled art direction for the album.

    May 14, 1990

  • Terry produces Jacob's Trouble's second album at Mixing Lab B with Gene Eugene Engineering.

    May 15, 1990

  • Terry produces Jacob's Trouble's second album at Mixing Lab B with Gene Eugene Engineering.

    May 16, 1990

  • Terry produces Jacob's Trouble's second album at Mixing Lab B with Gene Eugene Engineering.

    May 17, 1990

  • Terry produces Jacob's Trouble's second album at Mixing Lab B with Gene Eugene Engineering.

    May 18, 1990

  • Terry produces Jacob's Trouble's second album at Mixing Lab B with Gene Eugene Engineering.

    May 20, 1990

  • Terry produces Jacob's Trouble's second album at Mixing Lab B with Gene Eugene Engineering.

    May 21, 1990

  • Terry produces Jacob's Trouble's second album at Mixing Lab B with Gene Eugene Engineering.

    May 22, 1990

  • Terry produces Jacob's Trouble's second album at Mixing Lab B with Gene Eugene Engineering.

    June 1990

  • Terry Taylor writes and records Loud, Proud And Born Again with Rob Watson & Doug Doyle as "The Rap'sures" for Star Song Records.

    June 29, 1990


    Daniel Amos at Cornerstone 1990 Daniel Amos at Cornerstone 1990

    (Photos of Daniel Amos at Cornerstone 90, courtesy of Eric & Jason Townsend)
  • Daniel Amos performs at Cornerstone 90 in Grayslake, Il. with Randy Stonehill opening.

    View The Daniel Amos Set List


    Swirling Eddies at Cornerstone 1990 Swirling Eddies at Cornerstone 1990

    (Photos of the Swirling Eddies and Randy Stonehill at Cornerstone 90, courtesy of Eric & Jason Townsend)
  • The Swirling Eddies perform at Cornerstone 90 in Grayslake, Il. with Randy Stonehill joining the band for the encore.
    View The Swirling Eddies Set List

  • Terry also takes part in a press conference at the fest.


  • Issue 3 of Vertigo, the Swirling Eddies Spinning Vortex Fun Club Newsletter is also available at the fest.
    View Newsletter

    July 14, 1990

  • In a single 10 hour recording session, DA records a new version of "The Pool", a cover of "Ghost Riders in the Sky", and the longtime DA concert classic "I'm On Your Team". This session was the first time that Taylor, McTaggart and Chandler played with Jerry Chamberlain since he left the band in 1983.

    Summer 1990

  • Jacob's Trouble's Knock, Breathe, Shine is released on Frontline Records. Terry Produced, Directed, Cowrote "Look At U Now", "Islands, Buildings and Freeways", "There Goes My Heart Again", & "I'm A Little World" with Jerry Davidson. Terry also Cowrote "Beggars and Kings" with Jerry Davidson & Randy Stonehill. Terry also sang background vocals.

    August 1990

  • In a CCM magazine survey, readers were asked what classic albums they would like to see on Compact Disc. The number one choice was Welcome To Paradise by Randy Stonehill, number two was Dancing with Danger by Leslie Phillips, numbers three and four were two AD albums, Time Line and Art of the State and number five was Daniel Amos' "Horrendous Disc.
    When asked which artists' back catalogues the readers would like to see reissued on Compact Disc - the number one answer was Daniel Amos.

    August 15, 1990

  • Randy Stonehill's Until We Have Wings is released on Myrrh Records. Jerry Chamberlain and Sharon McCall sang BGV's; Dave Raven played drums; Mark Heard produced and played bass guitar and keyboards; Tom Howard played keyboards.

  • Randy Stonehill's video One Night in 20 Years is released on Myrrh Records. Terry is seen telling a story about Randy, along with clips of Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith, Tom Howard and others.

    September 1990


    Dr. Edward Daniel Taylor ~ The Miracle Faith Telethon of Love
  • Dr. Edward Daniel Taylor's Miracle Faith Telethon is released. View Album Reviews
    The whole Telethon was basically recorded as an improvised sketch with very little script and no rehearsals. Ed McTaggart handled the art direction and design for the record.
    Telethon anecdote:
    Tom: "OK Gene, you do the voice for this character."
    Gene: "No way man, I don't do voices."
    Terry: "What about that little mousy voice you do for that little band of yours."

    September 13, 1990

  • Angelica's Walkin' In Faith is released on Intense Records. Ed McTaggart handled the art direction.

    October 1990


    Daniel Amos ~ Live Bootleg 82


  • DA's Live Bootleg '82 is released.
    View Album Reviews
    Album Info

    October 15, 1990

  • Tourniquet's Stop the Bleeding is released on Intense Records. Ed McTaggart handled the art direction.

    October-November 1990


  • A Vertigo Newsletter "Update" is mailed out to members of the Swirling Eddies Fun Club.
    View Newsletter

    November 19, 1990

  • Lowen and Navarro's Walking on a Wire is released on PGD/Polygram. Swirling Eddie David Raven played drums and percussion.

    November 14, 1990

  • The Choir's Circle Slide is released on Myrrh Records. Jerry Chamberlain and Sharon McCall sing BGVs on "Merciful Eyes". Mark Heard also sang background vocals.

    December 1990

  • Brian Q. Newcomb reviews the CD reissue of Shotgun Angel for Syndicate Magazine.
    View Album Reviews


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