It's Not Over (Karen Clark Sheard album)

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It's Not Over
Studio album by Karen Clark Sheard
Released January 24, 2006
Genre Gospel
Urban Contemporary Gospel
Length 62:01
Label Word/Warner Bros./Curb
Producer Israel Houghton, J Moss, Paul "PDA" Allen, J Drew Sheard
Karen Clark Sheard chronology
The Heavens Are Telling
It's Not Over
All in One
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
Christianity Today 4.5/5 stars[2]
Cross Rhythms 9/10 stars[3]

It's Not Over is an album by multiple Grammy and Stellar award winning gospel singer Karen Clark Sheard, released on January 24, 2006. The album peaked at #4 on the Billboard Top Gospel Charts and #124 on the Billboard Top 200.[4] This is Karen Clark Sheard's debut as a solo artist for Word Records, but not her first foray with the label, as she was signed to Word as a member of the Clark Sisters two decades prior to the album's release.[5] Former gospel artist Desmond Pringle was instrumental in signing Sheard to the label.[6] This is the first Sheard album that does not include any guest appearances at all, not even from daughter Kierra "Kiki" Sheard who had appeared on all of Clark-Sheard's previous solo albums to date. However her son, J. Drew Sheard, played drums for all of the live recorded tracks (1-9), as well as producing the closing track.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Rejoice and Be Glad" Houghton, Lindsey 4:11
2. "I Never Will/You Brought the Sunshine" Clark-Terrell, Houghton, Lindsey 7:22
3. "Authority" Clark-Sheard, Houghton, Lindsey 5:14
4. "Favor" Houghton, Lindsey 10:14
5. "Show Me Your Glory" Cruse-Ratcliff, Houghton 4:40
6. "Medley: Oh the Glory of His Presence" Fry 4:43
7. "The Medley: The Lord's Prayer/Worship Forever" Houghton, Lindsey, Malotte 2:20
8. "Medley: Hallelujah" Clark-Terrell 3:17
9. "It's Not Over" Clark-Sheard 6:06
10. "Be Blessed" Allen, Moss 3:43
11. "You Showed Me" Moss 4:28
12. "A Living Testimony" Clark-Sheard 5:43


Charts (2006) Peak
U.S. Billboard 200[7] 124
U.S. Billboard Gospel[7] 4


In 2007, the album was nominated for a Dove Award for Contemporary Gospel Album of the Year at the 38th GMA Dove Awards.[8]


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