Legacy... Hymns and Faith

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Legacy... Hymns and Faith
Studio album by Amy Grant
Released May 21, 2002
Recorded 2001-2002
Genre Christian music, hymns
Length 53:16
Label Word/A&M
Producer Brown Bannister,
Vince Gill
Amy Grant chronology
Her Greatest Inspirational Songs
(2002)
Legacy... Hymns and Faith
(2002)
Simple Things
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Legacy... Hymns and Faith is a 2002 (see 2002 in music) album by Christian singer-songwriter Amy Grant. It was her first overtly religious album since Lead Me On in 1988, and consists primarily of well-known hymns with a couple of original songs. Early pressings of the CD are in "double disc" format containing the music CD and a bonus DVD with a behind the scenes documentary in the studio recording the album.

Track listing[edit]

  • Tracks 1-4, 6, 8, 10-11, and 13-14 arranged by Vince Gill and Brown Bannister. Track 12 arranged by Ronn Huff
  1. "This Is My Father's World" (Public Domain) – 3:05
  2. "My Jesus, I Love Thee" (Public Domain) – 3:34
  3. "Softly and Tenderly" (Public Domain) – 4:03
  4. "I Need Thee Every Hour/Nothing but the Blood" (Public Domain) – 4:42
  5. "What You Already Own" (Grant) – 3:21
  6. "It Is Well with My Soul/The River's Gonna Keep On Rolling" (P.D., Gill) – 4:54
  7. "Do You Remember the Time" (Gill, Grant, Thomas) – 3:51
  8. "Fields of Plenty/Be Still My Soul" (P.D., Bennett) – 4:36
  9. "Imagine/Sing the Wondrous Love of Jesus" (P.D., Grant, Millard) – 5:17
  10. "Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing" (Public Domain) – 3:15
  11. "Fairest Lord Jesus" (Public Domain) – 3:15
  12. "Holy, Holy, Holy" (Public Domain) – 2:26
  13. "What a Friend We Have in Jesus/Old Rugged Cross/How Great Thou Art" (P.D., Hine) – 3:30
  14. "Marching to Zion" (Public Domain) – 3:20

Personnel[edit]

  • Amy Grant: vocals, harmony vocal (4,7)
  • Chad Cromwell: drums (1-7,10), floor tom (11)
  • Leland Sklar: bass guitar (1-7,10,11)
  • Kenny Greenberg: electric guitar (1-6, 10)
  • Biff Watson: acoustic guitar (1,6)
  • Vince Gill: acoustic guitar solo (1), harmony vocal (1,2,9), duet vocal (4), electric guitar (4,9,13), electric guitar solo (3,7,10), mandolin (2,5,6,12), acoustic guitar (11,14), dobro (5), background vocals (6,10)
  • Pete Wasner: piano (1,2,3,5,6), synth (11)
  • Tim Akers: Hammond B3 organ (1,4,6,7,9,10), accordion (2,5,11), synth (3)
  • Mac McAnally: acoustic guitar (2,3,5)
  • Stuart Duncan: fiddle (2,8)
  • Sam Levine: penny whistle (2), tenor sax & clarinet (4)
  • Tom Britt: electric guitar (4)
  • Richard Bennett: acoustic guitar (4,7,8,10,11), gut string guitar (12)
  • John Jarvis: piano (4,7,10,11)
  • Jim Horn: tenor & baritone sax (4), horn arrangement (4)
  • Mike Haynes: trumpet (4)
  • Barry Green: trombone (4)
  • Bekka Bramlett: background vocals (4)
  • Billy Thomas: background vocals (4,10)
  • Kim Keyes: background vocals (4,6)
  • Gordon Kennedy: electric guitar (7), acoustic guitar (11)
  • Jim Hoke: harmonica (7)
  • Dan Needham: drums (9)
  • Michael Rhodes: bass guitar (9)
  • Rivers Rutherford: acoustic guitar (9)
  • Bernie Herms: piano (9)
  • Carl Marsh: string arrangement (9)
  • The London Session Orchestra: strings (9)
  • Eric Darken: additional percussion (11)
  • Andrea Zonn: fiddle (11)
  • Alison Krauss: harmony vocal (11)
  • The Nashville String Machine: strings (12)
  • Michael Omartian: piano (13)
  • John Catchings: cello (13)
  • bagpipes & drums on 14: Jay Dawson, Todd Boswell, Greg Cutcliff, Roy Barber & Carol Davis
  • choir on 14: Burton Grant, Kathy Harrell, Carol Nuismer, Amy Grant, Phyllis Mayfield, Jerry Regan, Jerry Verner, Cindy Hudson, Ginger Lang, Chris & Jan Harris, Teresa Ellis, Don Finto, Traci Bishir, Sterling Bishir and Aerin, Michelle Bentrem, Gary & Carol Pigg, Bonnie Keen-King, John & Beverly Darnall, Mike Blanton, Leigh Ann Jones and Brown Bannister

Production[edit]

Charts[edit]

Awards[edit]

GMA Dove Awards

Year Winner Category
2003 "The River's Gonna Keep On Rolling" Country Recorded Song of the Year
2003 Legacy... Hymns and Faith Inspirational Album of the Year

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