Worship Again

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Worship Again
Live album by Michael W. Smith
Released October 22, 2002
Recorded 2002
Southeast Christian Church
Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Genre Contemporary worship music
Label Reunion
Producer Michael W. Smith
Michael W. Smith chronology
Worship
(2001)
Worship Again
(2002)
The Second Decade (1993-2003)
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Christianity Today 4/5 stars[2]
Jesus Freak Hideout 4/5 stars[3]

Worship Again is Michael W. Smith's seventeenth album. This is Smith's second album of worship music. The album was recorded live in 2002 at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, Kentucky before a live audience.[4]

Track listing[edit]

# Title Time Written By
1. Step By Step/Forever We Will Sing
6:22
Step By Step - Beaker;
Forever We Will Sing - Smith
2. You Are The Lord
4:16
Smith; Debbie Smith
3. The Wonderful Cross
6:21
Chris Tomlin; Isaac Watts;
JD Walt; Jesse Reeves
4. Ancient Words
4:36
Lynn DeShazo
5. Lord Have Mercy (feat. Sarah McIntosh)
5:15
Steve Merkel
6. The Sacred Romance (Instrumental)
1:45
Smith
7. I Can Hear Your Voice
3:33
Smith; Debbie Smith; Whitney Smith
8. I Give You My Heart
3:25
Reuben Morgan
9. There Is None Like You
2:09
Lenny LeBlanc
10. I See You
6:56
Rich Mullins
11. You Are Holy (Prince Of Peace)
6:07
Marc Imboden, Tammi Rhoton
12. Lord Have Mercy (feat. Amy Grant)
4:25
Steve Merkel
13. Here I Am To Worship
4:58
Tim Hughes
14. There She Stands
4:04
Smith; Wes King

Music video[edit]

There is a YouTube video for the song, "There She Stands",[citation needed] which is a tribute to the people who suffered in the September 11 attacks.

Personnel[edit]

  • Michael W. Smith – Guitar (Acoustic), Piano, Producer, Organ (Hammond), Keyboards
  • Raymond Boyd – Drums, Percussion
  • Jerard Woods – Vocals (Background)
  • Fox Graphic – Design
  • Jovaun Woods – Vocals (Background)
  • Eric Elwell – Event Producer
  • Russ Harrington – Photography
  • Jim Daneker – Organ (Hammond), Programming
  • Sarah McIntosh – Guitar (Acoustic), Vocals
  • Tiffany Palmer – Vocals (Background)
  • Ronnie Brookshire – Engineer, Mixing
  • David Davidson – Viola, Violin
  • Brent Milligan – Bass, Cello
  • Joel Singer – Engineer
  • Bev Bartsch – Production Assistant
  • Glenn Pearce – Guitar (Electric)
  • Glen Rose – Photography
  • Carol Maxwell – Hair Stylist, Make-Up
  • Hank Williams – Mastering
  • David Hamilton – Arranger, Keyboards, Musical Direction, Conductor
  • Tom Rodgers – Mixing
  • Skip Cleavinger – Irish Flute, Pipe
  • Jeff Murray – Audio Technician
  • Nashville String Machine – Orchestra
  • Jason McArthur – A&R
  • Scott Hughes – Art Direction
  • Carl Gorodetzky – Contractor
  • Laurie Melick – Production Coordination
  • Arnholt – Graphic Design
  • Rob Burrell – Editing, Engineer
  • Matt Pierson – Bass
  • LeAnne Palmore – Vocals (Background)
  • Jimmy Abegg – Cover Illustration
  • Stephanie McBrayer – Creative Director, Stylist

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Christianity Today review
  3. ^ Jesus Freak Hideout review
  4. ^ Smith, Michael (2002). Worship Again (booklet). Michael W. Smith. Reunion Records. p. 12.