by Third Day


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Third Day's third album, Time, delivers more of their Southern rock-influenced Christian music, and rootsy ballads like "I Have Always Loved You" and "Took My Place" broaden the band's sonic palette.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/24/1999
Label: Essential
UPC: 0083061052829
catalogNumber: 10528

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Third Day   Primary Artist
Monroe Jones   Piano,Keyboards
Michael Mellett   Background Vocals
Buck Reid   Steel Guitar
Jim Spake   Horn
Scott Thompson   Horn
Alfreda Gerald   Background Vocals
Tabitha Fair   Background Vocals
Bob Reid   Guitar
Thompson   Horn
Scotty Wilbanks   Synthesizer,Piano,Hammond Organ
Blaine Barcus   Percussion,Drums

Technical Credits

Jim Dineen   Producer,Engineer
Freddie Foxxx   Composer
Monroe Jones   Programming,Producer
Patrick Kelly   Engineer,overdub engineer
Aaron Swihart   Engineer,overdub engineer
Bob Wohler   Executive Producer
Glenn Spinner   Engineer,overdub engineer
Robert Beeson   Executive Producer
Fred Paragano   Programming
Blaine Barcus   Executive Producer

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Time 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I like many others absolutely fell in love with The Wonderful praising worship Music that this Anointed Band performs. Mac Powell and Mark Lee are some of best song writers in the business. Mac Powell's voice is amazing! 3-D is the best! Trust me, give it a listen and you'll be a fan for life like Me and the growing numbers of others.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is my husband's favorite CD!! The first song, 'I've Always Loved You' is a wonderfully melodic rock tribute to God's love. My personal favorite on the CD, 'Your Love Oh Lord' is an abosolute masterpiece . . A Psalm put to music! SO inspirational! The song, 'What Good' talks of material possesions in a very real sense that we can really relate to. Anyway, this is a great Christian rock CD! :)
Guest More than 1 year ago
Be sure and get this one. It has a wide variety of music and lyrics- Very spiritually uplifting.
Guest More than 1 year ago
While Come Together is the band's best use of studio tricks and techniques and shows their development from the bus album, the songs on time still stand as their best. Not only does it function well as a solid southern rock album, but Mac Powell's lyrics and powerful when necessary and playful at the right times also. ''Don't You Know'' is one of the best openers I've heard in a while and ''Give'' is a U2-esque number that they are using to close their shows now. These bookends are highlights, but make sure to listen to the whole work.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really enjoy the instrumentation on this album. it has a good variety of music on it. A great CD.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The fan base for Third Day has been ever increasing through the release of their first two albums with Reunion Records, and with the new release titled Time, fans can not only expect a different label, but also a different sound. With influences streaming from both of their previous releases, the new album (their first with Essential Records), matches and exceeds the talent and success of their self-titled debut and sophomore release Conspiracy No. 5. The Atlanta, Ga. based band became quite popular and successful with the release of their debut and follow-up album, having received multiple Dove awards, a Billboard video award and Grammy Award nominations. Popularity of Time is already shown with numerous #1 singles. The release captures the southern rocking signature sound of Third Day. They show as much style, musical talent and spiritual maturity as they did on their other records. Time kicks off with the rock ballad ''I've Always Loved You'', a love song written through God's perspective to us. That song seems to set the tone for the entire album, but allows for many stronger, more rocking highlights to follow. The album never falls away from the message of Christ and each song aptly ranges from the tender, worshipful ''Your Love Oh Lord (Psalm 36)'' to the harder rocking, ''What Good'' and all parts between the spectrum. The whole set of songs emphasize encouragement and worship. The band combines rock n' roll, country, blues, and gospel beautifully to create their best album to date. Third Day is a wonderful example of a band that can express the word of God through their unique music. Fans of both the band and their genre will enjoy the spirited Christian rock played with abundant passion and energy that has become so commonplace of Third Day.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago