Children of the Day | With All Our Love (Legacy Edition)

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With All Our Love (Legacy Edition)

by Children of the Day

1973 remastered reissue of a Classic album in CCM history!
Genre: Pop: 70's Pop
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1. Under the Shadow (of My Wings)
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2. If You'll Take My Hand
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2:35 album only
3. You're a Gift
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2:11 album only
4. Russ' Song
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2:49 album only
5. Two Lives, One Moment
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5:45 album only
6. Be Ye Still
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3:55 album only
7. Where Went the Days
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4:00 album only
8. Just Pretending
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2:33 album only
9. The Crucifixion
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10. Can I Show You
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Born Twice Records
Style: Pop
Packaging: Four panel, full color, digipak
Product ID: BTR7793
Barcode: 845121050554

On With All Our Love the Children perfected their sound. Not a clunker in the bunch. Some of their best moments are on slower delicately constructed songs like 'Under The Shadow (Of My Wings),’ ‘You’re A Gift’ and ‘Where Went The Days,’ each of which is aglow with the group’s fragile harmonies and sincere creative presentation. Hand clapping folk rockers like ‘If You’ll Take My Hand’ show the group equally adept in a livelier format. ‘Be Ye Still’ throws in an accordion to melancholy effect. In fact, quite a few of the tunes are on the somber side. Influences of The Carpenters are present throughout, especially in the background vocals. String orchestration is used effectively on ‘Can I Show You’ and the saxophone-enhanced ‘Two Lives, One Moment’. Pastor Chuck Smith steps in for a brief narration toward the end of ‘The Crucifixion,’ a convicting account of the cross. If I had to pick out my favorite of all their albums, this would be the one.
The Archivist, 4th Edition by Ken Scott


01 Under The Shadow (Of My Wings)
02 If You'll Take My Hand
03 You're A Gift
04 Russ' Song
05 Two Lives, One Moment
06 Be Ye Still
07 Where Went The days
08 Just Pretending
09 The Crucifixion
10 Can I Show You


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