Thrilled about the Amy Grant reissue, Heart In Motion is a great early 90s album and I've wanted those single remixes for 30 years.
Even I may give that Amy Grant an album a go!
There is stuff missing including 'Every Heartbeat' 12'' Mix. I suppose we got unreleased tracks instead of some things to keep it 2 CD.Wasn't there a single mix of 'That's what love is for' as well?
Does anyone know if it is available to order to the UK?Really pleased about this, I've pre-ordered the 2CD set and vinyl.
I couldn't see it on Amazon UK so I ended up ordering on the US site assuming this might be US only, but it could pop up in the UK, in which case I'll cancel my preorder and order again.Does anyone know if it is available to order to the UK?
Never heard any non-Baby Baby Amy Grant song but have always seen this album praised so I may take a chance on it.
Liking these pop facts!The singles are all top-notch. In fact, I think all the singles after Baby Baby are superior. I've always loved Every Heartbeat (it would wrestle with Lead Me On to be my 11 in an Amy Grant rate) and That's What Love Is For and I Will Remember You are fabulous ballads.
The follow-up House of Love is also very strong. Although it tried a bit too hard to be Heart in Motion: The Sequel, it's still worthwhile. Amy recorded The Power, a few years before it was featured on Cher's Believe album. And she also recorded "Oh, How The Years Go By", recorded by Vanessa Williams as well.
Her reading of If These Walls Could Speak remains my favourite. It has an ethereal quality to it.I prefer Lead Me On as an album, though always classed as a Christian Rock album, the title track and 1974 are breathtakingly amazing and worth hearing for Amy’s vocal performances.
And she also recorded "Oh, How The Years Go By", recorded by Vanessa Williams as well.
She’s poetic in a way that others aren’t. Poignant imageries that serves the song as opposed to being showy, as some writers can be.My favourite songs on Heart In Motion weren't among the many hits....Ask Me and How Can We See That Far. Absolutely sublime.