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These Days (2000)

Updated: Apr 7

These Days is the 19th studio album by Christian singer Sandi Patty, released on November 14, 2000 by Word Records. It is Patty's first studio album of Christian material in three years and a return to her Christian AC/pop sound. Songwriting contributions by Kathy Troccoli, Cindy Morgan, Chris Eaton and Scott Krippayne. Patty's long-time producer Greg Nelson produced three songs including a cover of Michael and Stormie Omartian's classic "One More Song for You," originally recorded by The Imperials. Other producers include Brent Bourgeois, Phil Naish and Hal S. Batt, on the Spanglish duet "Solo El Amor (Only Love)" with Latin singer Miguel Angel Guerra.

Track listing

1. Wouldn't Trade It for the World (Eric Laughlin, Lori Lyon Kitts) -4:39

2. Go Without Knowing (Lowell Alexander, Kevin Stokes) -4:26

3. Solo El Amor (Only Love) (duet with Miguel Angel Guerra) (Kelly Minter, Donato Póveda) -4:29

4. Shine (Kathy Troccoli, Jeff Franzel, Rick Witkowski) -4:30

5. Wings of Peace (Chris Eaton, Chris Rodriguez) -4:32

6. Once and For All (Eddie DeGarmo, Bob Farrell) -4:40

7. All This Time (Anna's Song) (Sandi Patty, Cindy Morgan, Jeff Lippencott) -4:21

8. Candles (Bo Cooper, Ty Lacy) -4:38

9. One More Song for You (Michael and Stormie Omartian) -4:41

10. These Are the Days (Jeff Lippencott, Matt Huesmann) -4:45

11. In the Calm (Scott Krippayne, Tony Wood) -3:49

Production credits

Greg Nelson -producer (tracks 9 -11)

Phil Naish -producer (tracks 1, 2, 6 and 8)

Brent Bourgeois -producer (tracks 4, 5 and 7)

Hal S. Batt -producer (track 3)

Next release: All the Best...Live! (2001)

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