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is the second album by then-teenage My Father's Eyes Christian singer-songwriter Amy Grant, released in 1979 on Myrrh Records. My Father's Eyes was a turning point in Grant's career. It gave her first Christian number-one hit in the title track, as well as the Top Ten Christian hit "Faith Walkin' People." The album would be certified gold in 1987 and was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Gospel Performance, Contemporary.
In 2007, like many other albums by Grant,
My Father's Eyes was reissued by Sparrow Records, her current label.
Track listing [ edit ]
Gary Chapman 4:03
"Faith Walkin' People"
Amy Grant, Brown Bannister 3:26
"Always The Winner"
"Never Give You Up"
Grant, Bannister, Marie Tomlinson
Martin McCall, Megan Moorhead
"Lay Down (The Burden Of Your Heart)"
Jesse Winchester 2:44
"You Were There"
Stephanie Boosahda, David Stearman
O Sacred Head"
Bernard of Clairvaux, Hans Leo Hassler 2:04
"All That I Need Is You"
"There Will Never Be Another"
"Keep It On Going"
Personnel [ edit ]
Amy Grant: Vocals, Liner Notes.
Larry Byrom: Guitars, Banjo.
Jon Goin: Guitars.
Jack Williams: Bass.
Bob Wray: Bass.
Steve Schaffer: Bass.
Lanny Avery: Drums, Sound Effects, Spoons, Drums, Snaps.
Roger Clark: Percussion, Drums.
Farrell Morris : Percussion, Xylophone.
Shane Keister: Organ, Moog Synthesizer, Polymoog.
Marty McCall: Keyboards, Vocals, Harmony.
Randy Goodrum: Keyboards, Arp. Bobby Ogdin: Piano, Keyboards, Arp, Fender Rhodes.
Dennis Solee: Flute, Piccolo.
Kurt Storey: Fiddle.
Ava Aldridge: Vocals
Brown Bannister: Background Vocals, Harmony.
Steve Chapman: Background Vocals.
Lenny LeBlanc: Background Vocals, Harmony. Marie Tomlinson: Background Vocals.
Mimi Verner: Background Vocals.
Production [ edit ]
Brown Bannister, Lagsbartt Mario, Allan Phillips, Nee Quaison-Sackey. Executive Producer:
Michael Blanton, Chris Christian. Engineer: ???
Mastered by: Glenn Meadows.
Horn Arrangements: Buddy Skipper.
String Arrangements: Bergen White.
Design: John Miller.
Album - Billboard (North America)
Top Contemporary Christian
Singles - CCM Magazine (North America)
Christian Radio–Adult Contemporary
"Faith Walkin' People"
End of year charts [ edit ]
Billboard Inspirational Albums 3
References [ edit ]