With My Song

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With My Song
With My Song.jpg
Studio album by Debby Boone
Released 1980
Length 42:02
Label Sparrow
Producer Brown Bannister
Debby Boone chronology
Love Has No Reason
(1980)Love Has No Reason1980
With My Song
(1980)
Savin' It Up
(1981)Savin' It Up1981
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 2/5 stars [1]

With My Song is a 1980 album by Debby Boone and her second studio album of that year. It was also her first to feature Christian music.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Sweet Adoration" (Brown Bannister, Dawn Rodgers, Lynn Sutter-Adler) [2:54]
  2. "If Ever" (Pam Mark Hall) [4:34]
  3. "With Every Breath" (Bryan MacLean) [2:22]
  4. "With My Song" (Dony McGuire, Reba Rambo) [4:40]
  5. "I Am Stone" (Phil McHugh) [4:34]
  6. "Lord, I Believe" (Shane Keister, Alice Keister) [3:19]
  7. "Morningstar" (Hall) [4:45]
  8. "A New Song" (Bob Kauflin) [3:35]
  9. "The Twenty-Third Psalm" (Marty Goetz) [2:50]
  10. "Holy Father" [4:01]
  11. "Sixty Second Sonata" (Bob Farnsworth) [1:30]
  12. "What Can I Do for You" (Bob Dylan) [2:58]

Production credits[edit]

Producer

  • Brown Bannister

Arranger

  • Brown Bannister

Engineers

  • Brown Bannister
  • Jimmy Burch
  • Brent King
  • Warren Peterson
  • Jack Joseph Puig

Mastering

  • Glenn Meadows

Remixing

  • Brown Bannister
  • Jimmy Burch
  • Brent King
  • Warren Peterson

Overdubs

  • Jimmy Burch
  • Warren Peterson

Rhythm Track

  • Jack Joseph Puig

Bass

Drums

Guitar (Acoustic)

  • Johnny Christopher
  • Steve Kara
  • Don Roth
  • Billy Joe Walker Jr.

Guitar (Electric)

  • Billy Joe Walker Jr.

Harp

  • Cindy Reynolds

Horn

  • Dennis Good
  • Billy Puett
  • Don Sheffield
  • Denis Solee
  • George Tidwell

Oboe

  • Bobby G. Taylor

Piano

Percussion

  • Farrell Morris

Synthesizer

  • Shane Keister

Background Vocals

  • Mark Baldwin
  • Steve Brantley
  • Thomas Cain
  • Linda Corbin
  • Bruce Dees
  • Diana DeWitt
  • Theresa Ellis
  • Janie Fricke
  • Marty Goetz
  • Teresa Jones
  • Bob Kauflin
  • Marty McCall
  • Donna McElroy
  • Don Nalle
  • Ed Nalle
  • Gary Pigg

References[edit]