Legacy...Hymns and Faith (Expanded) to (Ltd. Ed. Bonus DVD)

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All Music Guide - Evan Cater
This hastily recorded collection of hymns, Amy Grant's first overtly religious record since Lead Me On in 1988, hit stores a few months before her first major original release in five years. The timing inevitably prompted speculation that Grant was attempting to win back conservative fans who were disenchanted by her 1997 divorce from Christian songwriter Gary Chapman and 1998 marriage to secular country star Vince Gill. But ultimately it doesn't matter whether Grant was, as she claimed, celebrating the 25th year of her recording career by returning to her roots or, as her detractors charged, shoring up her right-wing base like a Republican in primary season. What matters is...
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All Music Guide - Evan Cater
This hastily recorded collection of hymns, Amy Grant's first overtly religious record since Lead Me On in 1988, hit stores a few months before her first major original release in five years. The timing inevitably prompted speculation that Grant was attempting to win back conservative fans who were disenchanted by her 1997 divorce from Christian songwriter Gary Chapman and 1998 marriage to secular country star Vince Gill. But ultimately it doesn't matter whether Grant was, as she claimed, celebrating the 25th year of her recording career by returning to her roots or, as her detractors charged, shoring up her right-wing base like a Republican in primary season. What matters is the music, which is remarkably polished and skillfully arranged considering that it was put together in only 29 days. Actually, it may be a little too polished. Grant's two producers, Gill and Brown Bannister, aimed for an old-time folk sound that they hoped would underscore the timelessness of these turn-of-the-century hymns and tap into the contemporary fascination with bluegrass projects like the Grammy-winning O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack. The approach is especially winning on the tracks where it is applied most purely, like "Fairest Lord Jesus," a guitar and fiddle jam with harmony vocals from O Brother alum Alison Krauss, and "Fields of Plenty/Be Still My Soul," which features a gorgeously unadorned classical guitar solo by Richard Bennett. But the producers often coat a glossy pop shellac atop the raw, acoustic foundation that sometimes threatens to compromise the integrity of their efforts. But the candid spiritual tone of Grant's three original compositions, particularly "What You Already Own," might justifiably be taken as confirmation of the sincerity of her intentions -- pop gloss and public scandal notwithstanding. [The expanded edition includes a brief DVD making-of documentary that features glimpses of studio sessions and interviews with Grant, who talks about what the hymns have meant to her, and her producers, who talk about what Amy has meant to them. The gist? She still loves God.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/21/2002
  • Label: Umvd Labels
  • UPC: 606949331603
  • Catalog Number: 493316

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Amy Grant Primary Artist, Vocal Harmony
Alison Krauss Vocal Harmony
Brown Bannister Choir, Chorus
Eric Darken Percussion
Beverly Darnall Choir, Chorus
Richard Bennett Acoustic Guitar, Gut String Guitar
Bekka Bramlett Background Vocals
John Catchings Cello
Chad Cromwell Drums, Floor Tom
Jay Dawson Bagpipes, Drums
Stuart Duncan Fiddle
Vince Gill Dobro, Mandolin, Electric Guitar, Background Vocals, Vocal Harmony
Barry Green Trombone
Kenny Greenberg Guitar, Electric Guitar
Chris Harris Choir, Chorus
Mike Haynes Trumpet
Jim Hoke Harmonica
John Jarvis Piano
Gordon Kennedy Acoustic Guitar
Sam Levine Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Penny Whistle
The London Session Orchestra Strings
Mac McAnally Acoustic Guitar
Carl Marsh Conductor
The Nashville String Machine Strings
Michael Omartian Piano
Gary Pigg Choir, Chorus
Michael Rhodes Bass
Pete Wasner Synthesizer, Piano
Biff Watson Acoustic Guitar
Andrea Zonn Fiddle
Carol Davis Bagpipes, Drums
Theresa Ellis Choir, Chorus
Kim Keyes Background Vocals
Tim Akers Synthesizer, Accordion, Hammond Organ
Dan Needham Drums
Billy Thomas Background Vocals
Michael Blanton Choir, Chorus
Jan Harris Choir, Chorus
Bernie Herms Piano
Rivers Rutherford Acoustic Guitar
Tom Britt Electric Guitar
Greg Cutcliff Bagpipes, Drums
Sterling Bishir Choir, Chorus
Don Finto Choir, Chorus
Burton Grant Choir, Chorus
Cindy Hudson Choir, Chorus
Ginger Lang Choir, Chorus
Phyllis Mayfield Choir, Chorus
Carol Nuismer Choir, Chorus
Technical Credits
Brown Bannister Arranger, Producer
Ronn Huff Arranger
Steve Bishir Engineer
Vince Gill Arranger, Producer, Contributor
Jim Horn Horn Arrangements
Carl Marsh String Arrangements
Doug Sax Mastering
Michael Blanton Executive Producer
Susan Browne Art Direction
Kevin Tucker Art Direction
Joseph Scriven Composer
Charles C. Converse Composer
John Huie Booking
Fred Paragano Digital Editing
Robert Hadley Mastering
Stuart K. Hine Composer
Katherine Petillo Art Direction
Richard Seagraves Art Direction
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    a beautifully done disc

    the best album grant has turned out in years. very moving. and as usual, she has written a most beautiful song in Imagine. every album of hers has at least one priceless gem and this song is it. heaven will be better then anything we can contemplate ... but this song is a nice starting point.

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