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For Always: The Best of CeCe Winans (2010)

Updated: Nov 20, 2023


For Always: The Best of CeCe Winans is an official compilation album by Christian gospel singer CeCe Winans, released on September 28, 2010 by PureSpring Gospel and EMI Gospel. This collection contains nine of CeCe's best known songs and favorites and one brand new song "More," which charted on both the Billboard Hot Gospel Songs and Gospel Airplay charts and peaking at number 30.

For Always peaked at number 17 on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart.


Track listing


1. More (Alvin Love III) (new recording) -4:50

2. Well, Alright (CeCe Winans, Keith Crouch, John "Jubu" Smith) (from Everlasting Love) -4:20

3. More Than What I Wanted (Tommy Sims, Jamie O'Neal, Adrian Gurvitz) (from

CeCe Winans) -3:29

4. Alabaster Box (Janice Sjostrand) (from Alabaxter Box) -5:35

5. I Surrender All (Judson W. Van DeVenter, Winfield S. Weeden) (from Alone in His

Presence) -5:31

6. Waging War (CeCe Winans, Christopher Capeheart, Brannon Tunie) (from

Thy Kingdom Come) -5:22

7. For Always (BeBe Winans, Billy Sprague, Keith Thomas) (from BeBe & CeCe Winans) -4:05

8. Hallelujah Praise (CeCe Winans, Cedric and Victor Caldwell) (from Throne Room) -4:11

9. Pray (CeCe Winans, Mario Winans, Michael Carlos Jones) (from Purified) -3:32

10. Everlasting Love (Tommy Sims) (from Everlasting Love) -4:40


Production credits


Cedric and Victor Caldwell -producers (tracks 1 and 8)

Alvin Love III -co-producer (track 1)

Tommy Sims -producer (tracks 3 and 10)

Brown Bannister -co-producer (track 3)

Mario Winans with Supaflyas and Adam Anders -producers (track 9)

Christopher Harris -producer (track 4)

Greg Nelson -producer (track 5)

Christopher Capeheart and Brannon Tunie -producers (track 6)

Keith Thomas -producer (track 7)

Keith Crouch -producer (track 2)


Radio singles

2010 "More" -#30 Billboard Hot Gospel Songs, #30 Billboard Gospel Airplay



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