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01 What A Day
02 Whate’er Survives The Fire
03 Two Coats
04 Heaven’s Door
05 Living With The Old Man
06 You’ve Got To Humble Yourself
07 It Never Fails
08 The Keeper Of The Garden
09 On My Father’s Side
10 I’ll Make It Up To You
11 The Best Is Yet To Come
12 Her Mother And I
Sound Doctrine is:
Gary Duty: lead and rhythm guitars, banjo,[mandolin on What A Day], lead and harmony vocals
Angila Porter: lead and harmony vocals
Tony Duty: bass guitar
Barry Tuttle: dobro and harmony vocals
Stephen Keen: piano, string orchestration and bass guitar
Jeff Tuttle: mandolin (“On My Fathers Side”)
Rob Mills: fiddle
Sound Doctrine would like to thank: First of all our Lord and savior Jesus Christ for saving us and
allowing us to be instruments in the Masters hands, without Him we can do nothing. Our families, for
your support and encouragement in our giving our baskets to the Lord. Also, Victory Baptist Church
and our Pastor Bob Nogalski, for their prayers and support of our ministry. All of the churches and
pastors who have allowed us to come and minister to you, the Word of God, in song. And all of our
friends that we have made along this journey.
“God has His hand on this group. They work secular jobs, yet still give sacrificially to the
body of Christ, nationally. They know and experience the battles of the common folk and fight with
us. Their songs have encouraged many a pilgrim and no doubt souls have been saved as a result.
They are faithful and loyal members of our local church. It’s a blessing to shepherd them.”
Pastor Bob Nogalski
Victory Baptist Church
Sound Doctrine would like to thank Dr. Peter Ruckman for allowing us to record the song
“What A Day” and for being a blessing to us down through the years
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