Debby Boone discography

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Debby Boone discography
Releases
Studio albums 12
Compilation albums 4
Singles 16
No. 1 Singles 2

This article documents the discography of American Pop, Christian, and Country music singer, Debby Boone.

Boone first recorded with her family, charting twice with her sisters as the Boones on the Billboard AC chart. As a solo artist, Boone has released 12 studio albums and four compilation albums. Boone also placed 15 singles on the Billboard Hot 100, Hot Country Songs, and Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart including two Number One songs – "You Light Up My Life" (10 weeks – Hot 100, 1 week – AC) and "Are You on the Road to Lovin' Me Again" (1 week – Country). Boone's You Light Up My Life album and single were both certified platinum.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album Peak chart positions RIAA[1] Label
US Country US US Christian CAN
1977 You Light Up My Life 6 6 1 Platinum Warner Bros./Curb
1978 Midstream 147
1979 Debby Boone
1980 Love Has No Reason 17
With My Song 9 Lamb & Lion
1981 Savin' It Up 49 Warner Bros./Curb
1983 Surrender 7 Lamb & Lion
1985 Choose Life 7
1987 Friends for Life 4
1989 Be Thou My Vision 23
Home for Christmas Benson
2005 Reflections of Rosemary Concord

Compilation albums[edit]

Year Title US Christian Label
1986 The Best Of Debby Boone Curb
1988 Love Put a Song in My Heart MCA
1989 Reflections 33 Lamb & Lion
2001 You Light Up My Life: Greatest Inspirational Songs Curb

Reissues[edit]

Year Title Label
1993 Home For Christmas A Curb
2000 Greatest Hymns B
2002 Home For Christmas A
2008 Surrender/Choose Life
2008 With My Song ... I Will Praise Him/Friends For Life
  • A Reissue of "Home For Christmas" (1989) with different cover art.
  • B Reissue of "Be Thou My Vision"

Other albums[edit]

Year Title Artist Label
1969 "The Pat Boone Family" The Pat Boone Family Word
1972 "All In The Boone Family" The Boone Family MGM
1973 "The Family Who Prays" The Boone Family with the First Nashville Jesus Band Lamb & Lion
"The Pat Boone Family In The Holy Land" The Pat Boone Family
1974 "The Boone Family Christmas" The Boone Family Warner Bros./Curb
1976 "Glass Castle" The Boone Girls (a.k.a. The Boones) Lamb & Lion
1978 "First Class"
1979 "Heavenly Love"
1980 "Highlights: Best Of The Boone Girls Plus Two"

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions Album
US Country US US AC CAN Country CAN CAN AC
1977 "You Light Up My Life" 4 1 1 6 1 1 You Light Up My Life
1978 "California" 50 20 60 21 Midstream
"God Knows" 22 74 14 98
"When You're Loved" 48
"In Memory of Your Love" 61 Non-album song
1979 "My Heart Has a Mind of Its Own" 11 20 Debby Boone
"Breakin' in a Brand New Broken Heart" 25 28
"See You in September" 41 45 45 Non-album songs
"Everybody's Somebody's Fool" 48
1980 "Are You on the Road to Lovin' Me Again" 1 31 20 Love Has No Reason
"Free to Be Lonely Again" 14
"Take It Like a Woman" 44
"Lord, I Believe" With My Song
1981 "Perfect Fool" 23 37 20 Savin' It Up
"It'll Be Him" 46
1983 "Keep the Flame Burning" Surrender
1985 "The Time Is Now" Choose Life
"Choose Life"
1987 "Masihlanganeni (Let Us Stand Together)" Friends for Life

Guest singles[edit]

Year Single Artist Peak
positions
US AC
1972 "Children Learn What They Live" The Boone Family
"Curiosity Killed the Cat" The Boone Girls
"Bless the Beasts and Children"
1973 "You Don't Own Me"
1974 "Please Mr. Postman" Pat Boone Family
1975 "When the Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes" The Boones 25
1977 "Hasta Manana" 32
1978 "When I'm With You I'm Feeling Good (Theme from Matilda)" Pat Boone

Charted B-sides[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions Original A-side
US Country US US AC
1978 "Baby, I'm Yours" 33 flip 18 "God Knows"

Other album appearances/credits[edit]

  • 1978: The Magic Of Lassie – various artists; "Brass Rings & Day Dreams", "There'll Be Other Friday Nights", "When You're Loved"
  • 1979: On This Christmas Night – various artists; "The Gift Of Love"
  • 1980: Cranston Thorndike & The Dragon – various artists; voice of Cranston's Mother, music/lyrics co-writer
  • 1982: Good Night, Sleep Tight – various artists; "I Thank The Father"
  • 1983: SoloSteve Archer; "Evermore"
  • 1989: Bowling in ParisStephen Bishop; background vocals
  • 1995: Sing Me To Sleep, Mommy – various artists; "Sleep My Child"
  • 1996: The Holiday Collection: Volume 1 – various artists; "The Gift Of Life"
  • 1996: A Hollywood Christmas – various artists; "White Christmas"
  • 1997: Cole Porter: A Musical Toast – various artists; "Do I Love You?"
  • 1998: My Dream Come True – Ryan DeHeus; "Someone To Watch Over Me"
  • 2000: Shake Those Hula Hips – Big Kahuna and the Copa Cat Pack; "Little Grass Shack", "Princess Poo-poo-ly Has Plenty Papaya"
  • 2008: The Real Me – John Sawyer; "I'm Always On Your Side"
  • 2012: Christmas Around the World with Perry Como; featured guest

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