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All Music Guide - Bil Carpenter
A mix of mature pop and soft rock.
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All Music Guide - Bil Carpenter
A mix of mature pop and soft rock.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/1/1993
  • Label: Reunion
  • UPC: 012414920621
  • Catalog Number: 49206
  • Sales rank: 129,695

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Michael W. Smith Primary Artist, Keyboards, Background Vocals
Billy Sprague Acoustic Guitar
George Binkley III Strings
John Borg Strings
Mike Brignardello Bass
Mark Douthit Horn
Carl Gorodetzky Strings
Barry Green Horn
Chris Harris Background Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Mike Haynes Horn
Mark Heimermann Background Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Tom Hemby Bass, Guitar
Don Huff Guitar
Wayne Kirkpatrick Acoustic Guitar, Background Vocals
Paul Leim Drums
Gary Lunn Bass
Bob Mason Strings
Terry McMillan Harmonica, Percussion
Jerry McPherson Guitar
Mark O'Connor Fiddle, Mandolin
Chris Rodriguez Guitar, Choir, Chorus
Lisa Rodriguez Choir, Chorus
Tommy Simms Bass
Billy Simon Background Vocals
Kim Smith Choir, Chorus
Michael Sweet Background Vocals
Dana Dawson Choir, Chorus
Amy Heimermann Choir, Chorus
Jan Harris Choir, Chorus
Benji Cowert Choir, Chorus
Angel Palacastro Choir, Chorus
Sara Yarborough Choir, Chorus
Jeremy Cowart Choir, Chorus
Shannon Love Choir, Chorus
Anna Kristin Coker Choir, Chorus
Technical Credits
Michael W. Smith Arranger, Producer, drum programming
Kathie Hill Director
Ronn Huff Arranger
Ciaran Brennan Composer
Mark Douthit Arranger
Barry Green Arranger
Mike Haynes Arranger
Wayne Kirkpatrick Producer, drum programming
Mike Morris Arranger
Bill Whittington Engineer
Hank Williams Mastering
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I love this album!!!

    This is my favorite album from Michael W. Smith. The songs Secret Ambition, On the Other Side, I Hear Leesha, and The Throne, are my favorites. Ashton is neat to, especially if you listen to The Throne afterwards, it's like Ashton is the evil and The Throne triumphs in the battle. You need to read This Present Darkness to understand it better. Then read Piercing the Darkness (it's a continuation from the first book) I read somewhere that Michael W. Smith got inspiration from that book (This Present Darkness) to write the music to Ashton. Also, read the book It's Time To Be Bold. Wonderful! I donated my copy to the library at my church so others could enjoy it as well. You're awesome Smitty and I know God think's your awesome too! Keep telling His word through your music!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Transcendent Christian Sound

    Probably my favorite ''Smitty'' album. A real, honest sound that carries the meditative embiance of a 3am drive down a lonely highway. I can hear the Spirit of God whisper through these songs as Michael's music and Wayne's lyrics speak from out of their own testimonies of faith. I made a super-8 ''video'' of ''On the Other Side'' while in film school at the University of Colorado in Boulder. It was wonderfully instrumental for my own Christian testimony there. It's an older style of music (late eighties) but the sentiments are clear and their power is undiluted by the years... a classic album. Etherial, powerful, deeply moving, flowing, Christian soft rock.

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    Posted January 24, 2011

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