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The Live Adventure (1993)

Updated: Aug 29, 2023

The Live Adventure is the first live album by Christian singer - songwriter Steven Curtis Chapman, released on September 3, 1993 by Sparrow Records. Chapman and Phil Naish produced the album.

It was recorded live in Seattle, Washington on May 6, 1993 during The Great Adventure Tour. The Live Adventure was also released as a concert video on VHS. The audio CD peaked at number 2 on the Billboard Top Christian Albums chart. In 1994, Chapman won his third Grammy Award for The Live Adventure for Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album at the 36th Grammy Awards and the concert video won a Dove Award for Long Form Music Video of the Year at the 25th GMA Dove Awards.

Track listing

1. Prologue (J.A.C. Redford) -1:06

2. The Great Adventure (Steven Curtis Chapman, Geoff Moore) -4:47

3. That's Paradise (Steven Curtis Chapman, Geoff Moore) -4:43

4. Introduction -1:15

5. Go There With You (Steven Curtis Chapman) -5:16

6. Busy Man (Steven Curtis Chapman) -4:42

7. "Great Adventure Stuff" -4:50

8. Acoustic Medley -12:14

My Redeemer Is Faithful and True (Steven Curtis Chapman, James Isaac Elliot)

His Eyes (Steven Curtis Chapman, James Isaac Elliot)

Waiting for Lighting (Steven Curtis Chapman, Tony Elenburg)

When You Are a Soldier (Steven Curtis Chapman)

Heart's Cry (Steven Curtis Chapman, Phil Naish)

His Strength is Perfect (Steven Curtis Chapman, Jerry Salley)

9. "Family Talk" -5:54

10. More To This Life (Steven Curtis Chapman, Phil Naish) -6:29

11. For the Sake of the Call (Steven Curtis Chapman) -7:42

12. I Will Be Here (Steven Curtis Chapman) -4:10

13. My Turn Now (Steven Curtis Chapman, Brent Lamb) -3:33

14. No Better Place (Steven Curtis Chapman, Phil Naish) -5:35


Grammy Award -Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album (The Live Adventure)

Dove Award -Long Form Music Video of the Year (The Live Adventure)

Previous release: The Great Adventure (1992)

Watch The Live Adventure concert video here:

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