In Concert, Vol. 2

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All Music Guide - Peter Fawthrop
In 1981, with only a few albums under her belt, Amy Grant released In Concert, Vol. 1 and 2. The double issue was somewhat premature because she had yet to find her real niche in the music industry and only sparked a few minor hits. Her big break would come later the same year when she released her massively successful Age to Age. Hearing Grant speak live to the audience, she conveys a tone of shyness; her words are powerful, but somehow we wonder how much power she has inside her to back them up. Most of the songs center on grace and thanks to Christ, though other songs, like the inspirational ballad "I'm Gonna Fly," are ambiguous. The album is mellow and tranquil, ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Peter Fawthrop
In 1981, with only a few albums under her belt, Amy Grant released In Concert, Vol. 1 and 2. The double issue was somewhat premature because she had yet to find her real niche in the music industry and only sparked a few minor hits. Her big break would come later the same year when she released her massively successful Age to Age. Hearing Grant speak live to the audience, she conveys a tone of shyness; her words are powerful, but somehow we wonder how much power she has inside her to back them up. Most of the songs center on grace and thanks to Christ, though other songs, like the inspirational ballad "I'm Gonna Fly," are ambiguous. The album is mellow and tranquil, reminding us that Grant was never big on personality or range, especially in her earlier days. Her rise to fame came from determinedness and a humble spirit. If it must be said, Grant is the un-Madonna of Christian music and will be around as long as she chooses to be around. This isn't music for the masses, not even the Christian masses, but it is soft and spirit driven music which will inspire the impressionable to hang in there through tough times, and the believers to keep strong in their faith.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/14/2007
  • Label: Sparrow
  • UPC: 094639678921
  • Catalog Number: 96789
  • Sales rank: 19,914

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Amy Grant Primary Artist, Vocals
Billy Sprague Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Mike Brignardello Bass
Eddie DeGarmo Keyboards
David Durham Background Vocals
Greg Morrow Drums
Gary Pigg Background Vocals
Theresa Ellis Background Vocals
Dana Key Electric Guitar, Vocals
Jan Harris Background Vocals
Gerry Peters oberheim
Technical Credits
Brown Bannister Composer, Producer
Amy Grant Composer
Sam Cooke Composer
Chris Christian Composer
Gary Chapman Composer
Eddie DeGarmo Composer
Malcolm Harper Remixing
Hadley Hockensmith Composer
Bruce Hibbard Composer
Archie Jordan Composer
Jack Joseph Puig Engineer, Remixing, Remastering
Glenn Wexler Cover Photo
Kelly Willard Composer
Dana Key Composer
Michael Blanton Executive Producer
Dan Harrell Executive Producer
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