With My Song

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With My Song
Studio album by Debby Boone
Released 1980
Length 42:02
Label Sparrow
Producer Brown Bannister
Debby Boone chronology
Love Has No Reason
(1980)
With My Song
(1980)
Savin' It Up
(1981)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 2/5 stars [1]

With My Song is a 1980 album by Debby Boone and her second studio album of that year. It was also her first to feature Christian music.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Sweet Adoration" (Brown Bannister, Dawn Rodgers, Lynn Sutter-Adler) [2:54]
  2. "If Ever" (Pam Mark Hall) [4:34]
  3. "With Every Breath" (Bryan MacLean) [2:22]
  4. "With My Song" (Dony McGuire, Reba Rambo) [4:40]
  5. "I Am Stone" (Phil McHugh) [4:34]
  6. "Lord, I Believe" (Shane Keister, Alice Keister) [3:19]
  7. "Morningstar" (Hall) [4:45]
  8. "A New Song" (Bob Kauflin) [3:35]
  9. "The Twenty-Third Psalm" (Marty Goetz) [2:50]
  10. "Holy Father" [4:01]
  11. "Sixty Second Sonata" (Bob Farnsworth) [1:30]
  12. "What Can I Do for You" (Bob Dylan) [2:58]

Production credits[edit]

Producer

  • Brown Bannister

Arranger

  • Brown Bannister

Engineers

  • Brown Bannister
  • Jimmy Burch
  • Brent King
  • Warren Peterson
  • Jack Joseph Puig

Mastering

  • Glenn Meadows

Remixing

  • Brown Bannister
  • Jimmy Burch
  • Brent King
  • Warren Peterson

Overdubs

  • Jimmy Burch
  • Warren Peterson

Rhythm Track

  • Jack Joseph Puig

Bass

Drums

  • Paul Leim

Guitar (Acoustic)

  • Johnny Christopher
  • Steve Kara
  • Don Roth
  • Billy Joe Walker Jr.

Guitar (Electric)

  • Billy Joe Walker Jr.

Harp

  • Cindy Reynolds

Horn

  • Dennis Good
  • Billy Puett
  • Don Sheffield
  • Denis Solee
  • George Tidwell

Oboe

  • Bobby G. Taylor

Piano

Percussion

  • Farrell Morris

Synthesizer

  • Shane Keister

Background Vocals

  • Mark Baldwin
  • Steve Brantley
  • Thomas Cain
  • Linda Corbin
  • Bruce Dees
  • Diana DeWitt
  • Theresa Ellis
  • Janie Fricke
  • Marty Goetz
  • Teresa Jones
  • Bob Kauflin
  • Marty McCall
  • Donna McElroy
  • Don Nalle
  • Ed Nalle
  • Gary Pigg

References[edit]