Heart In Motion (Remastered) Amy Grant

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Album-Release:
2007

HRA-Release:
04.12.2020

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  • 1Good For Me (Remastered 2007)03:59
  • 2Baby, Baby (Remastered 2007)03:56
  • 3Every Heartbeat (Remastered 2007)03:33
  • 4That's What Love Is For (Remastered 2007)04:17
  • 5Ask Me (Remastered 2007)03:53
  • 6Galileo (Remastered 2007)04:19
  • 7You're Not Alone (Remastered 2007)03:49
  • 8Hats (Remastered 2007)04:09
  • 9I Will Remember You (Remastered 2007)05:00
  • 10How Can We See That Far (Remastered 2007)04:26
  • 11Hope Set High (Remastered 2007)02:50
  • Total Runtime44:11

Info for Heart In Motion (Remastered)



Highly popular, and until now scarcely available, this album has been newly restored and digitally remastered. Amy Grant is the biggest selling artist in Christian Music history and one of the most celebrated artists in pop music with 16 Billboard hits, six Grammy Awards, nine platinum/platinum-plus awards and nine gold awards.

"In the late '70s and early 80s, Amy Grant enjoyed little exposure outside of Christian circles. But that started to change in the mid-'80s, when A&M promoted her aggressively in the secular market. And in the '90s, secular audiences accounted for the vast majority of her sales. Christians were hardly the only ones buying Heart In Motion, one of Grant's biggest sellers. Even though she wasn't beating listeners over the head with her beliefs, Grant's wholesome, girl-next-door image was a big part of the appeal of perky pop-rock offerings like "Every Heartbeat," "Galileo" and the major hit "Baby Baby." And it's certainly a key element of another huge single from the album, the idealistic ballad "That's What Love Is For." Grant was a major star, and best of all, she wasn't acting like one." (Alex Henderson, AMG)

Amy Grant, lead vocals, background vocals (3, 6, 7, 8, 10)
Jerry McPherson, guitars (1, 2, 3)
Donald Kirkpatrick, guitars (4, 5, 6, 9)
Dann Huff, guitars (7)
Gordon Kennedy, guitars (7)
Tom Hemby, guitars (10)
Keith Thomas, arrangements (1, 2), synthesizers (1, 2), bass (1, 2), drum programming (1, 2), percussion programming (1), background vocals (1)
Brian Tankersley, additional synthesizer programming (1, 2)
Robbie Buchanan, additional keyboards (3), keyboards (7, 10), bass (7), drum programming (10)
Blair Masters, additional keyboards (3), keyboards (7)
Charlie Peacock, keyboards (3, 7, 8, 10), programming (3), horn arrangements (3, 8), drum programming (10)
Michael Omartian, keyboards (4–7, 9, 11), drum sequencing (5, 6, 9, 11), background vocals (5, 6, 11)
Tommy Sims, bass (3, 7, 8)
Mark Hammond, drum and percussion programming (1)
Chris McHugh, drums (3, 7, 8)
David Raven, drums (4)
Chris McDonald, horn arrangements (3, 8)
Mark Douthit, saxophone (3, 8)
Sam Levine, baritone saxophone (8)
Barry Green, trombone (3, 8)
Mike Haynes, trumpet (3, 8)
Ron Hemby, background vocals (1, 2)
Donna McElroy, background vocals (1, 2)
Vicki Hampton, background vocals (2, 3)
Chris Eaton, background vocals (3, 7, 8)
Kim Fleming, background vocals (3)
Gary Chapman, background vocals (4)
Diana DeWitt, background vocals (4)
Susanne Schwartz, background vocals (6, 11)
Chris Rodriguez, background vocals (7, 8), guitar (8)
Kurt Howell, background vocals (11)

Produced by Brown Bannister, Michael Omartian, Keith Thomas

Digitally remastered

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