AOTW Amy Grant: HEART IN MOTION (A&M SP 5321)

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1Good For Me
Backing Vocals – Donna McElroy, Ron HembyBacking Vocals, Drum Programming, Synthesizer – Keith ThomasDrum Programming – Mark HammondGuitar – Jerry McPhersonMixed By – Brian MaloufTechnician [Recording Engineer] – Bill Whittington
3:59
2Baby Baby
Backing Vocals – Donna McElroy, Ron Hemby, Vicki HamptonGuitar – Jerry McPhersonMixed By – Brian MaloufSynthesizer, Bass, Drum Programming – Keith ThomasTechnician [Recording Engineer] – Bill Whittington
3:55
3Every Heartbeat
Arranged By [Horns] – Chris McDonaldArranged By [Horns], Keyboards – Charlie PeacockBacking Vocals – Amy Grant, Chris Eaton, Kim Fleming, Vicki HamptonBass – Tommy SimsDrums – Chris McHughGuitar – Jerry McPhersonMixed By, Recorded By – Jeff BaldingSaxophone – Mark DouthitTechnician [Overdub Engineer] – Bill Deaton, Steve BishirTrombone – Barry GreenTrumpet – Mike Haynes
3:30
4That's What Love Is For
Backing Vocals – Diana DeWitt, Gary ChapmanDrums – David RavenGuitar – Don KirkpatrickKeyboards – Michael OmartianMixed By – Terry Christian
4:16
5Ask Me
Drums [Sequencing], Keyboards – Michael OmartianGuitar – Don KirkpatrickMixed By – Terry Christian
3:51
6Galileo
Backing Vocals – Amy Grant, Susanne SchwartzBacking Vocals, Keyboards – Michael OmartianGuitar – Don KirkpatrickMixed By – Terry Christian
4:18
7You're Not Alone
Backing Vocals – Chris Eaton, Chris RodriguezBass – Tommy SimsDrums – Chris McHughGuitar – Dann Huff, Gordon KennedyKeyboards – Blair Masters, Charlie Peacock, Michael OmartianKeyboards, Bass – Robbie BuchananMixed By – Brian MaloufRecorded By – Jeff BaldingTechnician [Overdub Engineer] – Bill Deaton, Rick Will, Steve Bishir, Terry Christian
3:49
8Hats
Arranged By [Horns] – Chris McDonaldArranged By [Horns], Keyboards – Charlie PeacockBacking Vocals – Amy Grant, Chris EatonBacking Vocals, Guitar – Chris RodriguezBaritone Saxophone – Sam LevineBass – Tommy SimsDrums – Chris McHughMixed By, Recorded By – Jeff BaldingSaxophone – Mark DouthitTechnician [Overdub Engineer] – Bill DeatonTrombone – Barry GreenTrumpet – Mike Haynes
4:08
9I Will Remember You
Drums [Sequencing], Keyboards – Michael OmartianGuitar – Don KirkpatrickMixed By – Terry Christian
4:59
10How Can We See That Far
Backing Vocals – Amy GrantDrum Programming – Charlie PeacockGuitar – Tom HembyKeyboards, Drum Programming – Robbie BuchananMixed By, Recorded By – Jeff BaldingTechnician [Overdub Engineer] – Bill Deaton, Clark Germain
4:25
11Hope Set High
Backing Vocals – Kurt Howell, Susanne SchwartzBacking Vocals, Drums [Sequencing], Keyboards – Michael OmartianMixed By – Terry Christian
2:46



Mastered by Stephen Marcussen at Precision
Mastering, Hollywood, CA

Executive Management and Direction:
Blanton/Harrell, Inc.
P.O. Box 25330, Nashville, TN 37202

Donna McElroy appears courtesy of Sparrow Records

Fan Club Information: Friends of Amy
P.O. Box 50701, Nashville, TN 37204

Myrrh - a division of Word, Inc., Dallas, TX.
In Canada: Word Records Ltd., Vancouver, B.C.
In Great Britain: Word (UK) Ltd., London.
(P) & (C) 1991 Word, Inc. Printed in U.S.A.
Manufactured by Word, Inc., Williams Square
East Tower, 5221 N. O'Connor Blvd., Irving, TX
75039

*Liner note for the song "Baby Baby": "This song
is dedicated to Millie, whose six-week-old face
was my inspiration."

*Liner note for the song "Ask Me": "This song is
about a girlfriend of mine. If you or someone you
love has been a victim of child abuse, please
don't be afraid to seek help. The Sexual Abuse
Helpline is open 24 hours a day, and someone who
cares is waiting for your call... (800) 4ACHILD"

Entered the Billboard Top 200 on March 23, 1991
Charted for 105 weeks and peaked at # 10
Also issued as CD 5321

"Baby Baby" reached # 1 as a single; "Every Heartbeat" #2; That's What Love is For # 7; Good For Me # 8 & I Will Remember You # 20.

JB

*photo from 10/20/2006*
 

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Harry

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A huge album - and anyone who heard any Adult Contemporary radio back in 1992 could hardly have missed Amy's biggest hits.

I certainly heard "Baby, Baby" and "Every Heartbeat" over and over but at the time, wasn't drawn to Amy's music or records or CDs. The songs were so prevalent, it just wasn't necessary.

Much later, I became interested in Amy Grant's recordings of this period through her Christmas album, HOME FOR CHRISTMAS and began a quest for her albums on A&M. I was informed that her later remasters in the 2000s are all somewhat brickwalled and not that great sounding, but the early A&M CDs are the ones to get.

For HEART IN MOTION, I picked up a genuine A&M version, CD 75021-5321-2.
 

Bobberman

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I have this one on CD these days I was first given this on cassette by a Girlfriend back in the time of its original release "That's what Love is for" is my favorite track from this album Amy Grant was Stellar on ballads in my opinion
 
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