This Is My Song (Deniece Williams album)

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This Is My Song
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Studio album by Deniece Williams
Released 10 March 1998 (1998-03-10)
Recorded 1997-1998
Genre Soul, Gospel, R&B
Label Harmony Records
Producer Deniece Williams, Raina Bundy, Raymel Menefee, Loris Holland
Deniece Williams chronology
Love Solves It All
(1996)Love Solves It All1996
This Is My Song
Love Niecy Style
(2007)Love Niecy Style2007
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]
Cross Rhythms 9/10 stars[2]

This Is My Song is a 1998 album by American soul singer, Deniece Williams. It was released on 10 March 1998, and was available on both CD and audio cassette. Though Williams' pop and R&B popularity was beginning to fade, the album peaked at #14 on the U.S. Billboard Top Gospel albums chart and was awarded a Grammy for Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album that year. Williams wrote or co-wrote all ten songs on the disc and co-produced with Raina Bundy, CEO of Harmony Music.[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Blessed Assurance" Fanny J. Crosby, Jos Knapp, Deniece Williams 4:42
2. "Lover of My Soul" Deniece Williams, Raymel Menefee 5:37
3. "Standing" Loris Holland, Deniece Williams 5:12
4. "Nothing But The Blood" Robert Lowery, Deniece Williams 4:55
5. "No, Never Alone" Deniece Williams, Raymel Menefee 5:31
6. "Just As I Am" (featuring Victor Cruz) Charlotte Elliot, William Bradbury, Loris Holland, Deniece Williams 4:41
7. "Prodigal Sons and Daughters" Thomas Chisholm, William Runyan, Deniece Williams 4:00
8. "It Is Well" H.G. Spafford, P.P. Bliss, Deniece Williams 5:02
9. "I Love Him Above All Things" Frank Rough, J.E. Sturgis, Raina Bundy, Deniece Williams 5:24
10. "I Come to the Garden Alone" C. Austin Miles, Deniece Williams 4:52

Album credits[edit]

  • Producer: Deniece Williams[4]
  • Producer: Raymel Menefee
  • Executive Producer: Raina Bundy
  • Sound engineer: Gerard Smerek
  • Art Direction: David Bett
  • Engineer: Tom Coyne
  • Assistant engineer: Mike Viola
  • Stylist: Cathie Arquilla
  • Photography: Andrew Eccles
  • Make-up/Hair stylist: Elaine Good


  • Strings: Ray Chew
  • Horn: Wayne Cobham
  • Guitar: Larry Ferguson, Bob Gallo
  • Rhythm: Loris Holland
  • Percussion: Steve Moss

Chart history[edit]

Chart (1998) Peak
U.S. Billboard Gospel 14

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