Gospel Duets with Treasured Friends

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Gospel Duets with Treasured Friends
Studio album by Brenda Lee
Released April 10, 2007
Genre Gospel
Length 32:44
Label Provident Music
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Gospel Duets with Treasured Friends is an album by American pop and country artist Brenda Lee. The album was released April 10, 2007 on Provident Music. It features several duets of Brenda Lee with other known artists.[2]


Brenda Lee, who was born in Atlanta, Georgia, thought about recording a Gospel album, since she "grew up in the church and gospel music." According to her, Gospel music is her "heritage" and "roots in music". All of the songs chosen for the album are songs she grew up with. As she started recording, she decided to invite some artist friends to sing with her. Provident Music liked the idea and they decided to do it.

According to Brenda Lee, all the friends she called agreed to appear on the album, which made her feel "very blessed and very fortunate. It just all came together perfectly."[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Featuring Length
1. "This Old House"   Dolly Parton 1:44
2. "Have a Little Talk with Jesus"   George Jones 2:11
3. "In The Garden"   Alison Krauss 3:16
4. "I Saw the Light"   Vince Gill 2:13
5. "Jesus Loves Me"   Emmylou Harris 2:32
6. "Precious Memories"   Pam Tillis 4:12
7. "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot"   Kix Brooks 3:12
8. "This Little Light of Mine"   Charlie Daniels 2:42
9. "Uncloudy Day"   Martina McBride 2:36
10. "Where Could I Go But to the Lord"   Ronnie Dunn 3:39
11. "Oh! Happy Day"   Huey Lewis 4:30


The album was nominated to a Dove Award for Country Album of the Year at the 39th GMA Dove Awards.[4]


  1. ^ "Gospel Duets with Treasured Friends - Brenda Lee | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 17 May 2012. 
  2. ^ Brenda Lee - Gospel Duets with Treasured Friends on About.com; Jolene Downs
  3. ^ Brenda Lee Interview on Country Stars Central
  4. ^ Nominations Announced for 39th GMA Dove Awards on CBN.com (February 14, 2008)

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