I Will Be Here: 25 of Today's Best Wedding & Love Songs

I Will Be Here: 25 of Today's Best Wedding & Love Songs

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I Will Be Here: 25 of Today's Best Wedding and Love Songs is a collection of songs meant for a wedding. Each song here is tailor-made for the occasion, from Joshua Kadison's sentimental tribute to unconditional love, "Beautiful in My Eyes," to the poppy bounce of the Avalon/Aaron Neville track "By Heart, By Soul." This album is obviously meant for a special…  See more details below

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I Will Be Here: 25 of Today's Best Wedding and Love Songs is a collection of songs meant for a wedding. Each song here is tailor-made for the occasion, from Joshua Kadison's sentimental tribute to unconditional love, "Beautiful in My Eyes," to the poppy bounce of the Avalon/Aaron Neville track "By Heart, By Soul." This album is obviously meant for a special occasion and should be viewed as such. And as a wedding songs album, it is pretty solid.

Product Details

Release Date:
01/08/2002
Label:
Sparrow
UPC:
0724385190421
catalogNumber:
51904

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Tracks

Disc 1

  1. I Will Be Here  - Steven Curtis Chapman
  2. By Heart, by Soul  - Aaron Neville
  3. Answered Prayer  - Bob Carlisle
  4. If You Could See What I See  -  Geoff Moore & the Distance
  5. For Always  - BeBe Winans
  6. Give Me Forever (I Do)  - James Ingram
  7. Beautiful in My Eyes  - Joshua Kadison
  8. You Move Me  - Gordon Kennedy
  9. Love of My Life  - BeBe Winans
  10. Without Love  - Stacie Orrico
  11. 'Till the End of Time  - Steve Green
  12. This Flame  - Margaret Becker
  13. Love Will Be Our Home  - Susan Ashton

Disc 2

  1. Can't Live a Day  -  Avalon
  2. Your Love Broke Through  - Rebecca St. James
  3. Celebrate You  - Steven Curtis Chapman
  4. Household of Faith  - Marijean Green
  5. Go There With You  - Steven Curtis Chapman
  6. God Causes All Things to Grow  - Steve Green
  7. How Beautiful  - Twila Paris
  8. In Remembrance of Me  - Cheri Keaggy
  9. I Could Sing of Your Love Forever  -  SONICFLOOd
  10. Lord, I'm Gonna Love You  - Chris Tomlin
  11. Shine on Us  -  Craig & Dean
  12. We Bow Down  - Derald Daugherty

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Pierce Pettis   Track Performer
Susan Ashton   Track Performer
Margaret Becker   Track Performer
Steven Curtis Chapman   Track Performer
Steve Green   Track Performer
Twila Paris   Track Performer
Avalon   Track Performer
John Tesh   Track Performer
James Ingram   Track Performer
Aaron Neville   Track Performer
Bob Carlisle   Track Performer
Marijean Green   Track Performer
Joshua Kadison   Track Performer
Cheri Keaggy   Track Performer
Gordon Kennedy   Track Performer
CeCe Winans   Track Performer
Rebecca St. James   Track Performer
BeBe Winans   Track Performer
Geoff Moore & the Distance   Track Performer
Derald Daugherty   Track Performer
SONICFLOOd   Track Performer
Stacie Orrico   Track Performer
Chris Tomlin   Track Performer
Craig & Dean   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Jan Cook   Art Direction

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I Will Be Here: 25 of Today's Best Wedding & Love Songs 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really like most of the music. Some sound quite secular so would not be able to be used in most Catholic churchs. Over all it is well organized and inspired me to seek out a soloist. It even tells you which songs have tracks available. That is very helpful for your soloist!
Guest More than 1 year ago
These songs are all beautiful, in lyric and performance. ''Love of My Life'' and ''If You Could See What I See'' are two of my personal favorites. But I was appalled at the choice of some of the other songs. As someone very familiar with contemporary Christian music, especially the praise and worship genre, I can assure you that ''I Could Sing of Your Love Forever'' and ''Can't Live A Day,'' among others, were definitely written to and for God and not a spouse. It is common to take secular pop love songs, change a few words, and turn them into worship songs, so I am not surprised that the worship songs sounded like love songs. But, without diminishing the importance of a lifelong love between people, I think the artists would agree that God is truly the one who is essential to this life.