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Album Review

Arguably his best album, Duncan digs deep to deal with the things he's been avoiding...and turns in the best songs and vocal performances of his career.

Customer Reviews

A consummate album

This album is incredible. I had this when it came out, and I still enjoy it. The convergence of several tragedies around Duncan and his own spirituality came together in a thoughtful, mature effort. "Love Takes Time" is the best, but I can only think of one song that is weaker than the others (track 10). But that's only b/c the rest are so strong. He still shows shades of his old "Lunatic" tongue-in-cheek humor, but overall, this is a wonderfully solemn, revealing, vulnerable and sweet album. Great music, great voice, thoughtful words about God and our lives here on earth.

Likely Duncan's Touchstone Recording

I bought this album, and I started out buying the whole thing for the amazing song "I'll Not Forget You" (# 9)! Man, that's a good song! Between the dramatic background soundscape sometimes flaring up, and then hushing, and the intensity heard in an exotic flute, and Duncan's vocal, I am still moved by that song! The rest of the album is also enjoyable, with synthesizers and jazz heard in "Step by Step" and the excitement of an upbeat choir in "Mercy Me (Love Is My Responsibility)."

Section missing from "I'll Not Forget You"

I came to purchase the "I'll Not Forget You" song (not the entire album), which is awesome. If you are familiar with the song, you should note that this version does not include the section about "Abraham is marking time as years go by." Not the biggest deal, but I was a bit disappointed that it wasn't included in the iTunes version. Again, still an awesome song.


Born: Ogden, UT

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s

It took over twenty years from his entry into the gospel music world, but Bryan Duncan finally became a star during the mid-'90s, hitting number one on Christian radio ten times from 1993 to 1997. He had formed the Sweet Comfort Band in the early '70s and recorded half a dozen LPs with the band, but after the trio agreed to split in 1984, he released his debut solo album Have Yourself Committed just one year later....
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