With Footnotes

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With Footnotes
Studio album by 2nd Chapter of Acts
Released 1974
Genre Contemporary Christian
Label Myrrh Records
Producer Buck Herring
2nd Chapter of Acts chronology
With Footnotes
(1974)
In the Volume of the Book
(1975)

With Footnotes, released in 1974, is the debut album by the contemporary Christian music group 2nd Chapter of Acts. It contains one of the group's most well-known songs, "Easter Song", which was named by CCM Magazine in 1998 as the No. 4 Christian song of all time.[1]

Track listing[2][edit]

  1. Which Way the Wind Blows – 4:58
  2. Goin' Home – 2:48
  3. With Jesus – 2:45
  4. The Devil's Lost Again – 3:06
  5. Love, Peace, Joy – 2:33
  6. I Don't Wanna Go Home – 2:28
  7. Easter Song – 2:20
  8. He Loves Me – 5:07
  9. Good News – 3:20
  10. I Fall in Love/Change – 4:22
  11. The Son Comes Over the Hill – 3:23

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ciani, Michael (undated). "CCM Hall of Fame: 2nd Chapter of Acts". CCM Magazine. Retrieved 2009-10-05. 
  2. ^ Discogs tracklist