Triumph (Philip Bailey album)

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Triumph
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Studio album by
Released1986
Studio
Genre Gospel
Label Word Records
Producer Philip Bailey, George Duke, Jerry Peters
Philip Bailey chronology
Chinese Wall
(1984)
Triumph
(1986)
Inside Out
(1986)
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Triumph is a Gospel album by singer Philip Bailey which was released in 1986 by Word Records. [2] The album reached No. 18 on the Billboard Top Christian Albums chart and No. 33 on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart. [3] [4] Triumph also won a Grammy in the category of Best Male Gospel Performance. [5]

Contents

Track listing

  1. "All Soldiers" (Keithen Carter, Patrick Leonard) - 4:47
  2. "Thank You" (Bobby Nunn) - 3:40
  3. "The Love of God" (Oliver W. Wells) - 3:12
  4. "Marvelous" (George Duke, Philip Bailey) - 4:27
  5. "The Same Way (You've Always Been)" (Lionel Butts) - 4:32
  6. "The Other Side" (Keithen Carter, Patrick Leonard) - 4:45
  7. "Bring It To Jesus" (Bob Bailey, Dheric Lee, Raymond Brown) - 5:38
  8. "Triumph" (Jerry Peters) - 4:55
  9. "Come Before His Presence" (Margaurite Ingram) - 4:31

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Credits

Musicians


Production

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Charts

YearChartPosition
1986 Billboard Top Gospel Albums 34 [4]
Billboard Top Christian Albums 18 [3]

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References

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  4. 1 2 "Philip Bailey: Triumph (Top Gospel Albums)". billboard.com. Billboard.
  5. "Philip Bailey". grammy.com. The Recording Academy.