I Will Remember You (Amy Grant song)

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"I Will Remember You"
Amy Grant I Will Remember You single.jpg
Single by Amy Grant
from the album Heart in Motion
Released March 31, 1992
Format Promotional CD Single, Retail Cassette Single, 7"
Recorded 1990
Genre CCM, Pop
Length 5:00
Label A&M
Songwriter(s) Amy Grant, Gary Chapman, Keith Thomas
Producer(s) Michael Omartian
Amy Grant singles chronology
"Good for Me"
(1992)
"I Will Remember You"
(1992)
"Somewhere Somehow"
(1992)
"Good for Me"
(1992)
"I Will Remember You"
(1992)
"Somewhere Somehow"
(1992)
Music video
"I Will Remember You" (Authorized 2004 retail release of altered A&M Music original 1992 official Rhythm Remix version high concept promotional music video digitally re-synced to Heart in Motion 1991 Album version track) on YouTube

"I Will Remember You" is the seventh and final single from Amy Grant's twelfth album, Heart in Motion. It was remixed, and released as a single in March 1992 (Rhythm Remix), and it was the fifth song from Heart in Motion to be released to pop radio as a single.

Promotional CD Single[edit]

On back side of CD card sleeve

Track List:

1. Rhythm Remix* 5:06

2. Album Remix* 5:06

3. Album Version+ 5:00

+Produced by Michael Omartian for Rhema Productions Executive Producers Amy Grant and Michael Blanton *Additional Production and Remix by Daniel Abraham for White Falcon Productions Keyboards: Peter Schwartz Overdub Engineer: Rick Van Benshoten Executive Producer for the Remixes: Mark Mazzetti Written by Amy Grant/Gary Chapman/Keith Thomas Published by Age To Age Music, Inc./Riverstone Music, Inc./Edward Grant,Inc./Yellow Elephant Music, Inc. (ASCAP), adm. by Reunion Music Group Inc.75021 7339 2

Retail Cassette Single[edit]

On back of cassette card sleeve

Album Version+

Rhythm Remix*

+Produced by Michael Omartian for Rhema Productions Executive Producers Amy Grant and Michael Blanton *Additional Production and Remix by Daniel Abraham for White Falcon Productions Keyboards: Peter Schwartz Overdub Engineer: Rick Van Benshoten Executive Producer for the Remix: Mark Mazzetti Written by Amy Grant/Gary Chapman/Keith Thomas Published by Age To Age Music, Inc./Riverstone Music, Inc./Edward Grant,Inc./Yellow Elephant Music, Inc. (ASCAP), adm. by Reunion Music Group Inc.0 75021-1600-4 0

Official Versions[edit]

  • Rhythm Remix
  • Album Remix
  • Album Version
  • Time Again Live Version (live concert recording from the 2006 Time Again...Amy Grant Live album)

Music video versions[edit]

  • Rhythm Remix version (original 1992 official version of A&M Records' released "for commercial broadcast only" high concept promotional Vietnam War casualties memorium-themed music video)
  • Album version (Authorized retail release of 1992 original official version "for commercial broadcast only" high concept promotional music video altered with only its Rhythm Remix version track intro intact as lead in for Heart In Motion 1991 Album version track the body of the video was digitally re-synced with – then included in that reconfigurated form on the main official promotional music video versions playlist page of the 2004 DVD Amy Grant - Greatest Videos 1986-2004)
  • Live performance, available on the 2006 DVD Time Again...Amy Grant Live (DVD Time Again...Amy Grant Live

Chart performance[edit]

"I Will Remember You" peaked at No. 20 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Grant's first single from the album to not reach the top ten. However, the single became Grant's fifth consecutive top five single on Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart, peaking at No. 2. Outside of the U.S., the song had modest success in Europe [France and Japan] but it was a success in many Latin American countries including Guatemala where it reached the top fifteen.

Charts[edit]

Chart (1992) Peak
position
Billboard Hot 100 20
Billboard Adult Contemporary 2
Year-end charts
Chart (1992) Position
Billboard Hot 100[1] 96

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Billboard Top 100 - 1992". Archived from the original on 2010-01-17. Retrieved 2010-07-30. 

External links[edit]