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Love Is You to Me (1989)

Updated: Oct 13, 2023

Love Is You to Me is the third studio album by Christian music singer - songwriter Kim Boyce, released in 1989 on Myrrh Records.

Highlights include a duet with Christian music vocal group The Imperials on the title song, which Boyce co-wrote with member Jimmie Lee Sloas and a cover of Keith Green's "O Lord You're Beautiful." Christian recording artist Bryan Duncan provides guest vocals on the track "I'm Asking You." Brian Tankersley who produced Boyce's first two albums produced six songs, producer and songwriter Rhett Lawrence produced three songs and Christian singer -songwriter Tim Miner produced and co-wrote the track "Tender Heart."

The album debuted and peaked at number 13 on the Billboard Top Christian Albums chart.

Track listing

1. Holdin' My Hand (Kim Boyce, Brian Tankersley, Stacey O'Brien) -3:46

2. For Every Lonely Heart (Claire Cloninger, Phil Sillas) -4:02

3. Love Is You to Me (duet with The Imperials) (Kim Boyce, Jimmie Lee Sloas) -3:37

4. Dancin' My Heart Away (BeBe Winans) -4:06

5. Faith (Rhett Lawrence, Denny Correll) -3:48

6. Tender Heart (Kim Boyce, Tim Miner) -5:03

7. Best Friend (Kim Boyce, Rhett Lawrence, Stacey O'Brien, Denny Bouchard) -3:32

8. O Lord You're Beautiful (Keith Green) -4:50

9. I'm Asking You (guest vocals by Byran Duncan) (Kim Boyce, John Andrew

Schreiner) -3:37

10. It Always Comes Back to You (Blue Weaver) -4:06

Production credits

Brian Tankersley -producer (tracks 1 -3, 8 -10)

Rhett Lawrence -producer (tracks 4, 5 and 7)

Tim Miner -producer (track 6)

Radio singles

1989 "For Every Lonely Heart" -#16 Christian CHR, #10 Christian AC

1989 "Faith" -#13 Christian CHR, #6 Christian AC

1990 "Tender Heart" -#6 Christian CHR, #22 Christian AC

1990 "Love Is You to Me" (with The Imperials) -#8 Christian CHR, #15 Christian AC

Previous release: Time and Again (1988)

Next release: This I Know (1990)

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