Ten On Ten (Redux) – Perrys

perrys1995fullcirclemaxThis week the ten on ten (redux) will re-visit the Perrys. On October 11th, 2011, I presented the original ten on ten feature for the Perrys highlighting the group’s ten best albums. Since that time, the group has released Through The Night (2012) and Into His Presence (2014).  One of the two albums was strong enough to find a place in the group’s ten best albums, knocking out the 2011 recording, Blue Skies Coming.  This redux feature will also shine the spotlight on the three lowest ranking albums of the Perrys recording career thus far.  First, the original list highlighting the Perrys ten best recordings.

  1. Almost Morning (2009)
  2. Changed Forever (2001)
  3. Look No Further (2007)
  4. Come To The Fountain (1998)
  5. This Is The Day (2003)
  6. Come Thirsty (2006)
  7. Center Stage Live (1996)
  8. God’s Little People (1988)
  9. Crossings (1997)
  10. Blue Skies (2011)

perrys1984lookingbackmaxNEW TOP TEN LIST:

  1. Almost Morning (2009)
  2. Changed Forever (2001)
  3. Look No Further (2007)
  4. Come To The Fountain (1998)
  5. This Is The Day (2003)
  6. Through The Night (2012)
  7. Come Thirsty (2006)
  8. Center Stage Live (1996)
  9. God’s Little People (1988)
  10. Crossings (1997)
  11. Blue Skies (2011)

The lowest ranked albums in the Perrys discography are as follows:

  1. Full Circle (1994)
  2. 25 Years And More (1995)
  3. Looking Back (1984)
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2 thoughts on “Ten On Ten (Redux) – Perrys

  1. Quick question: Do you have plans to share why these albums rank so low? Several of these, I’ve agreed about (didn’t take time to comment, but I agreed). However, I’m just curious as to why you think they’re the bottom 3 albums.

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