Love Out Loud

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Love Out Loud
Studio album by Jaci Velasquez
Released March 18, 2008
Recorded 2007-2008
Genre Contemporary Christian music
Length 37:52
Label A'postrophe Records
Producer Mark Heimermann
Jaci Velasquez chronology
Open House
(2007)
Love Out Loud
(2008)
Diamond
(2012)
Singles from Love Out Loud
  1. "Love Out Loud"
  2. "Jesus (The Way)"
  3. "Into the Light Again"
  4. "Tango"
  5. "Nothing but Sky"
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Soul-Audio 7/10 stars[1]

Love Out Loud is an album by Jaci Velasquez released on March 18, 2008.

Album background[edit]

On the heels of the tenth-year anniversary celebration of her debut platinum selling album, Heavenly Place, Velasquez returned to the studio to write and record Love Out Loud. Velasquez once again teamed-up with Mark Heimermann, the producer of her first three albums. The lead single is "Love Out Loud" that speaks of putting one's words into action to show others God's love through us.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Nothing But Sky" - 3:25 written by Madeline Stone and Dennis Matkosky
  2. "It's Not You It's Me " - 3:53 written by Jaci Velasquez, Tony Lucido and John Glover
  3. "Love Out Loud " - 4:07 written by Jaci Velasquez, Mark Heimermann and Judson Spence
  4. "Jesus (The Way) " - 3:33 written by John Glover
  5. "My Alleluia (When Words Fail)" - 3:43 written by Mark Heimermann and Kyle Matthews
  6. "Weightless " - 4:26 written by Mark Heimermann
  7. "Likely Story " - 4:01 written by Jaci Velasquez and Mark Heimermann
  8. "Tango " - 3:02 written by Jaci Velasquez and Mark Heimermann
  9. "Por Escrito " - 3:00 written by Jaci Velasquez and Alexis Puentes
  10. "Into The Light Again" - 3:48 written by Jaci Velasquez, Mark Heimermann and Heather Garborg
  11. "Nothing But Sky (Outro)" - 1:03
  12. "Love Out Loud (Acoustic Demo Version)" iTunes Pre-Order Bonus Track written by Jaci Velasquez, Mark Heimermann and Judson Spence

Charts[edit]

Chart (2012) Peak
position
US Christian Albums (Billboard)[2] 21

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Soul-Audio". Soul-Audio. September 13, 2013. Retrieved September 18, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Jaci Velasquez Album & Song Chart History" Billboard Christian Albums for Jaci Velasquez. Prometheus Global Media.