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Amy Grant - Unguarded album mp3
Adult Contemporary,CCM,Contemporary Christian,Gospel
  • Performer:
    Amy Grant
  • Title:
    Unguarded
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Adult Contemporary,CCM,Contemporary Christian,Gospel
  • Date of release:
    1985
  • Duration:
    43:02
  • Recording location:
    Bennett House Studios, Franklin, TN
  • Size FLAC version
    1873 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1554 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1530 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.3
  • Votes:
    810
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Unguarded is the sixth studio album, and ninth album by Christian music singer Amy Grant, released in 1985 on A&M Records. It is Grant's first album released by A&M

Backing Vocals – Amy Grant (tracks: A2, A3), Bill Champlin (tracks: A1, B2), Chris Eaton (tracks: A5), Chris Harris (2) (tracks: B3), Diana Hanna (tracks: A1, A3, B3), Donna McElroy (tracks: B3), Gary Chapman (tracks: A1, A3, B1, B3), Gary Pigg (tracks: B3), Kim Fleming (tracks: B3), Richard.

About Unguarded album. Album Unguarded (1985). Dan Harrell, Gary Chapman, Michael Blanton.

Unguarded (Amy Grant album), Unguarded is the sixth studio album, and ninth album by Christian music singer Amy Grant, released in 1985 on A&M Records It is Grant's first. The aggressive mainstream style of the songs on Unguarded, combined with a heavy promotional campaign on the part of the album's distributor in secular outlets, A&M Records, helped three of its singles reach the mainstream charts "Find a Way" was a Top Ten hit on the Adult Contemporary chart and peaked at No 29 on the Billboard Hot 100, while "Everywhere. I Go" was a Top Thirty AC single and "Wise Up" was a minor charting single on the Hot 100 Unguarded would be certified gold in September 1985, and platinum in June 1986.

Album Name Unguarded. Erscheinungsdatum 15 Mai 1995. Labels A And M Records. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 1. Love of Another Kind.

Unguarded, Amy Grant's sixth regular studio album (and ninth album overall), marked her big pop move. It was easy to imagine the tracks on Unguarded being played alongside hits by the Cars, Duran Duran, and Thompson Twins on pop radio. What also made that transition easier was the only lightly spiritual content of the lyrics.

Album · 1985 · 10 Songs. 2007 Amy Grant Productions under exclusive license to Sparrow Records.

Stepping in Your Shoes, 04:37.

Everywhere I Go (Amy Grant song). Everywhere I Go" is a 1985 single by Christian music singer Amy Grant. It was released as the second single from her Unguarded album. Unlike "Find a Way" before it and "Wise Up" after it, the song failed to reach The Billboard Hot 100. However, the song did make the Adult Contemporary and Christian music charts in the United States.

Credits

Brown Bannister - Producer
Michael Blanton - Executive Producer
Mike Brignardello - Bass
Robbie Buchanan - Arranger, Composer, Drum Programming, DX-7, Jupiter 8, Piano, Sound Effects, Synthesizer, Synthesizer Bass, Synthesizer Programming, Track Arrangement
Kathy Burdick - Screams
Kevin Burns - Assistant Engineer
Lenny Castro - Percussion
Bill Champlin - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Gary Chapman - Composer, Executive Producer, Vocals (Background)
Chris Eaton - Composer, Vocals (Background)
Kim Fleming - Vocals (Background)
Steven Ford - Assistant Engineer
Tommy Funderburk - Vocals (Background)
Dan Garcia - Assistant Engineer
Steve George - Vocals (Background)
Jon Goin - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric)
Amy Grant - Composer, Primary Artist, Vocals (Background)
Dan Harrell - Executive Producer
Chris Harris - Screams, Vocals (Background)
Alan Henry - Assistant Engineer
Dann Huff - Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Electric), Soloist
Kent Hunter - Art Direction, Design
Paul Jackson, Jr. - Guitar (Electric)
J.T. - Assistant Engineer
Shane Keister - Explosions, Fairlight, Fender Rhodes, Memory Moog, Moog Synthesizer, Piano, Synthesizer, Synthesizer Programming
Tom Kelly - Vocals (Background)
Wayne Kirkpatrick - Composer
Mary Lee Kortes - Composer
Michael Landau - Guitar, Guitar (Electric), Soloist
Paul Leim - Drum Overdubs, Drum Programming, Drums, Linn
Stephen Marcussen - Remastering
Richard Markowitz - Assistant Engineer
Tim Marsh - Composer
Donna McElroy - Vocals (Background)
Julie Miller - Stylist
Rich Mullins - Composer
Richard Page - Vocals (Background)
Gary Pigg - Music Stand, Screams, Vocals (Background)
Jack Joseph Puig - Engineer, Mixing, Remixing
Mike Ross - Assistant Engineer
Doug Sax - Mastering
Clarke Schleicher - Assistant Engineer
Billy Simon - Composer
Michael W. Smith - Composer, Memory Moog, Moog Synthesizer, Synthesizer
Mark Tucker - Photography
Diane Warren - Composer
Larry Williams - Saxophone, Synthesizer
Larry Andrew Williams - Saxophone, Soloist, Synthesizer
Mark Wright - Composer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Love of Another Kind Gary Chapman / Amy Grant / Wayne Kirkpatrick / Rich Mullins Amy Grant 3:22
2 Find a Way Amy Grant / Michael W. Smith / Diane Warren Amy Grant 3:28
3 Everywhere I Go Mary Lee Kortes Amy Grant 4:35
4 I Love You Amy Grant / Dann Huff / Michael W. Smith Amy Grant 4:25
5 Stepping in Your Shoes Chris Eaton / Amy Grant Amy Grant 4:37
6 Fight Gary Chapman / Amy Grant / Dann Huff Amy Grant 4:43
7 Wise Up Wayne Kirkpatrick / Billy Simon Amy Grant 3:52
8 Who to Listen To Gary Chapman / Tim Marsh / Mark Wright Amy Grant 4:22
9 Sharayah Chris Eaton / Amy Grant Amy Grant 4:52
10 The Prodigal Robbie Buchanan / Gary Chapman / Amy Grant Amy Grant 5:08

Ganthisc
This was one a really appreciated album during Amy's carrier but the later albums made it less valuable to CCM community eventually. It still has the great pop sound which made Amy a big star in pop music. The honest and positive thinking, the optimism and her vocal skills are important elements of this album. "Love of Another" is one of Amy's greatest songs and also very underrated. My other big favorite is "The Prodigal" which is a sad song but also very hopeful at the same time. "Find a Way" and "Everywhere I Go" are great hits for sure but those two songs I mentioned first are even more touching to me."I Love You" and "Sharayah" are the songs I find the least interesting on this album. There are good songs as "Wise Up" and "Who to Listen to" but overall this album feels like it was the album which paved the way to big albums such as "Lead Me On" and "Heart in Motion". Still, it is a good choice for any fan of Amy Grant's music.