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This Is Your Time
 : This Is Your Time



by: Michael W. Smith


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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: MUSIC
EAN: 0602341004121
ESRB Age Rating: Everyone
Feature: THIS IS YOUR TIME MUSIC
Item Dimensions: 3356224492
Label: Reunion Records
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Reunion Records
MPN: MFR602341004121#VG
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Platform: Windows 8
Publisher: Reunion Records
Release Date: November 23, 1999
Running Time: 53 minutes
Studio: Reunion Records

Features:
  • THIS IS YOUR TIME MUSIC



Disc 1:
  1. Rince Dè
  2. Hey You - It's Me
  3. Worth It All
  4. I Will Be Your Friend
  5. This Is Your Time
  6. I Will Carry You
  7. She Walks With Me
  8. Reach Out To Me
  9. I Still Have The Dream
  10. I'm Gone
  11. Anna
  12. Everybody Free
  13. This Is Your Time (Reprise)
  14. From Here On
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Operating System: MUSIC CD

Amazon.com:
Michael W. Smith laid the foundation for his career back in the mid-1980s with a strong appeal and focus on the youth of America. Perhaps it should surprise few that this latest release, This Is Your Time, appears headed in that direction. Whether it's the return to Smitty's keyboard-driven, high-energy pop (thanks to coproducer Bryan Lenox, who also worked on Smith's Go West Young Man) or the lyrical preoccupation with young people finding their way in a troubled world, the release takes a page from some previous glories. The title track is the most gripping, a moving tribute to those students slain at the Columbine High School tragedy. Some of Smitty's best work here comes in the quieter pieces, such as "I Will Be Your Friend," "She Walks with Me," and "Anna." And again, he can rev it up with the anthemic "Hey You It's Me" and "I Still Have the Dream." But other than the pensive "Everybody Free," we see few signs of the mature and seasoned songwriting from the magnificent Live the Life release. One has to wonder why Smitty broke off the path to brilliance. --Michael Lyttle



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