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|Time Again... Amy Grant Live|
|Live album by|
|Released||September 26, 2006|
|Recorded||April 11–12, 2006|
|Venue||Bass Hall, Fort Worth, Texas|
|Producer||Steve Bishir, Amy Grant, Brown Bannister|
|Amy Grant chronology|
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Time Again... Amy Grant Live is a live album by Christian music singer-songwriter Amy Grant, released on September 26, 2006 (see 2006 in music).
Time Again is Grant's first live album since the twin 1981 releases In Concert and In Concert Volume Two . This performance was recorded in the same city (Ft. Worth, Texas) as was the singer's first paid performance back in 1978. This also features an updated version of "In a Little While" from her 1982 album Age to Age .
Though originally released by Warner/Word Records, the album was re-released by EMI Records under exclusive license from Amy Grant Productions to Sparrow Records on March 18, 2014.[ citation needed ]
|1.||"Lead Me On"||Amy Grant; Michael W. Smith; Wayne Kirkpatrick||6:01|
|2.||"Good for Me"||Grant; Jay Gruska; Kirkpatrick; Tom Snow||3:57|
|3.||"Stay for Awhile"||Grant; M.W. Smith; Kirkpatrick||3:39|
|4.||"Takes a Little Time"||Grant; Kirkpatrick||4:27|
|5.||"Simple Things"||Grant; Keith Thomas; Will Owsley; Dillon O'Brian||4:11|
|6.||"Saved by Love"||Grant; Justin Peters; Chris Smith||4:48|
|7.||"Out in the Open"||Grant; Chris Eaton||5:16|
|8.||"Ask Me"||Grant; Tom Hemby||4:11|
|9.||"After the Fire"||Grant||3:31|
|10.||"In a Little While"||Grant; Brown Bannister; Gary Chapman; Shane Keister||3:37|
|11.||"Thy Word"||Grant; M.W. Smith||3:18|
|12.||"Oh How the Years Go By"||Simon Climie; Will Jennings||4:35|
|13.||"Baby Baby"||Grant; Thomas||4:00|
|14.||"Eye to Eye"||Grant; Thomas||4:05|
|15.||"Every Heartbeat"||Grant; Charlie Peacock; Kirkpatrick||3:21|
|16.||"Believe (Theme from Three Wishes )"||Grant; Owsley; O'Brian; Bob Thiele Jr.||2:06|
|17.||"I Will Remember You"||Grant; Chapman; Thomas||5:42|
|18.||"In a Little While" (new studio version)||Grant; Bannister; Chapman; Shane Keister||4:08|
|1.||"Stay for Awhile"||Grant; M.W. Smith; Kirkpatrick||3:43|
|2.||"Takes a Little Time"||Grant; Kirkpatrick||4:30|
|3.||"Thy Word"||Grant; M.W. Smith||2:58|
|4.||"Lucky One"||Grant; Thomas||3:50|
|Top Christian Albums||6|
In 2007, the album won a Dove Award for Long Form Music Video of the Year at the 38th GMA Dove Awards.
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