Geoff Moore & the Distance

Evolution

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In 1993, Geoff Moore and the Distance, made up of members Roscoe Meek, Geof Barkley, Greg Herrington, and Gary Mullet, released Evolution. The album takes the scientific theory and relates the term "evolution" to the change that God can accomplish in an individual's life. A combination of CCM, Christian alternative, and Christian rock, the release features a remake of the 1970s hit "I Can See Clearly Now" and covers original Christian rocker Larry Norman's "Why Should the Devil (Have All the Good Music)." Also included are the highly beat driven "Life Together" and "That's When I'll Know I'm Home."

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