Interview of psalter scotty by the Phantom Tollbooth (2000)

psalters' 1998 debut, Prayers to Be, took the concept of contemporary worship recording in a direction all but unheard of in this age of praise choruses and rock ballads to God. In 1999, at their first Cornerstone appearance, this project found an eager throng of co-worshippers grooving to their updated Middle Eastern experimental world rock sound. What the audience probably didn't know was how new the sound and the ability to create it were to psalters' mastermind, Scott Krueger. In the aftermath of those two shows, the Tollbooth caught up with Krueger, who shared a bit about how it all came together, and where it seems to be going.

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