Show Me Your Way

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Show Me Your Way
Glen Campbell Show Me Your Way album cover.jpg
Studio album by
Released1991
Recorded1991, Creative Recording, Nashville, TN
GenreContemporary Christian
LabelNew Haven
ProducerJonathan David Brown, Ken Harding, Bergen White
Glen Campbell chronology
Unconditional Love
(1991)
Show Me Your Way
(1991)
Rock-A-Doodle
(1992)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic2/5 stars[1]

Show Me Your Way is the forty-eighth album by American singer/guitarist Glen Campbell, released in 1991 (see 1991 in music).

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Greatest Gift of All" (T.J. Kuenster) (duet with Russ Taff) - 4:41
  2. "Jesus and Me" (Phil Driscoll, Lari Goss) - 2:56
  3. "Where I Am Going" (Jimmy Webb) - 4:09
  4. "The Wayward Son" (Geoff Thurman, Jamie Page) - 4:12
  5. "Unto the Least of These" (Phillip Sandifer, Bob Bennett) - 4:06
  6. "Show Me Your Way" (Craig Fall) (duet with Anne Murray) - 3:18
  7. "The Savior I Sing of Today" (Jerry Crutchfield) - 2:57
  8. "A Few Good Men" (Steve Hardin) - 3:51
  9. "Where Shadows Never Fall" (Carl Jackson, Jim Weatherly) (duet with Kelly Nelon Thompson) - 3:00
  10. "The Four Horsemen" (Jimmy Webb) - 5:05

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Executive producer - Bill Gaither
  • Producers - Jonathan David Brown, Ken Harding, Bergen White
  • Recorded by Jonathan David Brown
  • Arranged by Bergen White
  • Photography - Peter Nash
  • Art direction - Larry Newlon/Powell Creative Group
  • Assistant engineers - Patrick Kelly, Todd Robbins

Charts[edit]

Album - Billboard (United States)

Chart Entry date Peak position No. of weeks
Top Contemporary Christian 10/23/1991 19 28

Singles - CCM charts (United States)

Year Single Christian Hit Radio Adult Contemporary Inspirational
1991 "The Greatest Gift of All" 22 6 2
1991 "The Wayward Son" - 8 -
1992 "Jesus and Me" - 10 3
1992 "Where I Am Going" - 8 4

Awards[edit]

"Where Shadows Never Fall" won a Dove Award for Best Southern Gospel Song in 1991.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ http://www.metrolyrics.com/1991-dove-awards.html 1991 Dove Awards, retrieved 09/05/2008