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One More Song for You (1979)

Updated: Feb 23

One More Song for You is the 24th studio album by the Christian music vocal group The Imperials, released in late 1979 on DaySpring/Word Records. It was the first of two albums that the group collaborated with well-known musician-producer Michael Omartian, moving them to a more contemporary pop sound, with the second being their next album Priority. "I'm Forgiven" went to number one on the Christian radio charts and stayed there for 13 weeks. The Imperials were winners at the 12th GMA Dove Awards winning three for Group of the Year, Artist of the Year and Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year with lead singer Russ Taff winning Male Vocalist of the Year. One More Song for You was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Gospel Performance, Contemporary or Inspirational. The album reached number one on the Billboard Top Christian Albums chart. CCM Magazine has ranked One More Song for You at number 75 in their 2001 book The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music.

Track listing

All songs were written by Michael and Stormie Omartian, except where noted.

1. What I Can Do For You -3:00

2. I'm Forgiven (Michael Omartian, Bruce Hibbard, Hadley Hockensmith) -3:55

3. All My Life -3:24

4. Living Without Your Love (Tom Hemby) -3:28

5. Eagle Song (Russ Taff, Tori Taff) -3:14

6. Closer Than Ever -4:25

7. One More Song for You -4:39

8. Higher Power (Denny Correll) -4:21

9. More Like You -3:32


The Imperials:

Armond Morales -bass, vocals

Jim Murrary -tenor, vocals

Russ Taff -lead vocals

David Will -baritone, vocals


Dove Award -Group of the Year

Artist of the Year

Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year (One More Song for You)

Male Vocalist of the Year (Russ Taff)

Radio singles

1980 "What Can I Do For You" -#12 Christian AC/CHR

1980 "I'm Forgiven" -#1 Christian AC/CHR

1980 "One More Song for You" -#10 Christian AC/CHR

Previous release: Heed the Call (1979)

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