Umbrella (The Innocence Mission album)

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Umbrella
Studio album by The Innocence Mission
Released July 23, 1991
Recorded February - April 1991
Genre Modern rock/Christian rock
Length 44:25
Label A&M
Producer Larry Klein
The Innocence Mission chronology
The Innocence Mission
(1989)
Umbrella
(1991)
Glow
(1995)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Umbrella is the second album from The Innocence Mission and continues the melodic pop sound from their previous album. The album was recorded in two months in several studios in Los Angeles, California and Kingston and New York City, New York; among them The Kiva, Dreamland Recording and Masterdisc.

Tracklisting[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "And Hiding Away" (words by Karen Peris, music by Donald and Karen Peris) 3:34
2. "Sorry and Glad Together"   3:26
3. "Umbrella"   2:40
4. "Every Hour Here"   3:27
5. "Evensong" (words by Karen Peris, music by Donald and Karen Peris) 3:41
6. "Now in This Hush"   4:24
7. "Beginning the World" (words by Karen Peris, music by Karen and Donald Peris) 4:50
8. "Flags" (words by Karen Peris, music by Donald and Karen Peris) 3:00
9. "Someday Coming" (words by Karen Peris, music by Donald and Karen Peris) 4:03
10. "Joan" (Karen Peris, music by Karen and Donald Peris) 3:22
11. "Revolving Man" (words by Karen Peris, music by Donald and Karen Peris) 4:33
12. "My Waltzing Days Are Over/Minta's Waltz"   3:25
Total length:
44:26
  • Note: All songs written by Karen Peris, unless otherwise indicated.

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