Stand (In the Light)

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Stand (In the Light)
Studio album by James Ingram
Released October 14, 2008
Genre Gospel, R&B, Quiet Storm
Length 42:39
Label Intering Records
Producer James Ingram, Quincy Jones, Jeremy Lubbock, Ricky Minor, Keith Thomas
James Ingram chronology
Always You
(1993)Always You1993
Stand (In the Light)

Stand (In the Light) released fifteen years after his last record, "Always You", by singer-songwriter James Ingram found himself on an independent label, Intering Records, for his fifth full-length album.

It is notable for his cover of the song "Everything Must Change" and for featuring a remake of his duet with Michael McDonald, "Yah Mo B There". "Everything Must Change" was originally recorded by its writer Benard Ighner for the 1974 Quincy Jones album "Body Heat" and was covered by a huge variety of singers including Oleta Adams on her 1990 album Circle of One.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Stand (In The Light)" (Allen, Ingram) 4:49
  2. "Don't Let Go" (Andes, Ingram, Jones) 4:34
  3. "Blessed Assurance" (Crosby, Knapp) 4:17
  4. "Mercy" (Allen, Ingram) 3:53
  5. "Beneath The Snow" (Lubbock) 3:58
  6. "Everything Must Change" (Ighner) 4:50
  7. "Yah Mo B There" (Ingram, Jones, Michael McDonald, Rod Temperton) 4:31
  8. "Everlast" (Ingram, Ware) 5:14
  9. "No Place Like Home" (Ingram, Thomas) 3:32
  10. "For All We Know" (Coots, Lewis) 3:01


  • Executive Producer: Debbie Ingram
  • Produced by James Ingram, Quincy Jones, Jeremy Lubbock, Ricky Minor & Keith Thomas
  • Production Coordination: Darryl Bush, Robert Fields
  • Engineers: James Ingram, Jeremy Lubbock, Ricky Minor, Ross Pallone, Sander Selover, Bruce Swedien, Dirk Vanoucek, Bill Whittington
  • Assistant Engineers: Steve Bates, Rick Butz, Greg Laney
  • Mixing: Jeremy Lubbock, Ross Pallone, Dave Reitzas, Sander Selover, Bruce Swedien, Bill Whittington
  • Digital Editing, MIDI Technicians: Ryan Kyzar, Dirk Vanoucek
  • Mastering: Chris Bellman