The best album credited to Caedmon's Call is Caedmon's Call which is ranked number 15, in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of Caedmon's Call is ranked number 4, in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of This may not be a complete discography for Caedmon's Call. This listing only shows those albums by this artist that appear in at least one chart on this site.
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Derek Walsh Webb born May 27, is an American singer-songwriter who first entered the music industry as a member of the band Caedmon's Call , and later embarked on a successful solo career. In , Webb left Caedmon's Call to pursue a solo career. Since his departure, he has released seven studio albums including one instrumental , a live album, two compilation albums, two covers projects, two DVDs, and two EPs with his then-wife, Sandra McCracken. While these have been less commercially successful than his work with Caedmon's Call, Webb has had more of a free hand to shape his work to his vision. On April 17, , Webb and his then-wife, singer-songwriter Sandra McCracken , announced that they were divorcing after thirteen years of marriage  due to Webb's extramarital affair. Webb's mother, a gifted classically trained pianist, encouraged his musical interests at a very young age. Music came naturally to him, and he began to play the guitar at six years old. Concerning his musical training, Webb explains that he got his ear for music from his mother, but not the ability to read music, and that he "took one [guitar] lesson and then just taught myself out of the book. He toured with a band, though it broke up in his junior year following a serious car accident returning from playing a show at Baylor University. Before joining Caedmon's Call, he went to community college in Houston for half a semester, and shared an apartment with his older brother who was attending medical school.
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