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Limpic and Rayburn was an acoustic duo that performed from 1974 to 1980, at which point Gerry Limpic embarked ona solo career. Limpic had previously been a member of the band Random Sample. Caught in the Crossfire is so definitively '70s that it actually portrays the artists in bell-bottomed leisure suits on the cover. Limpic was the principal songwriter, and he crafted lyrics with a vulnerability atypical for Christian music of the era.
In the song "Crossfire" he confesses, "I'm a learner, learning slow / And the more I learn of you, the less I know."
The same mood would continue on his solo album in songs lik "Stranger" and "Alone," but there was also now a tone of judgement against a world gond crazy - combined with an even stronger note of invitation for lonely people to "feel the gentle touch" of God's love. "The God Who Is There" appears to be inspired by the writings of popular philosopher Francis Schaeffer.
Powell, M. A. (2002). Encyclopedia of Contemporary Christian Music. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers, Inc.