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Time and Again (1988)

Updated: May 9

Time and Again is the second studio album by Christian music singer -songwriter Kim Boyce, released in 1988 on Myrrh Records.

Continuing her dance pop sound from her self-titled debut album, Time and Again contains her cover of Rare Earth's 1971 U.S. Top 10 hit "I Just Want to Celebrate," which became a Top 5 hit on Christian radio. Music videos were made for this song and the further single "Not For Me." A companion video on VHS called Time and Again Videos was released commercially featuring the two music videos and a backstage interview. The album climbed to number 10 on the Billboard Top Christian Albums chart. Time and Again is once again produced by Brian Tankersley. Boyce picked up a Dove Award nomination for New Artist of the Year at the 20th GMA Dove Awards.

Track listing

1. I Just Want to Celebrate (Dino Fekaris, Nick Zessus) -3:35

2. Not For Me (Kim Boyce, Jimmie Lee Sloas) -4:05

3. You Can Be Mine (Kim Boyce, George Cocchino) -4:41

4. Say It (Kim Boyce, Brian Tankersley) -3:33

5. Lovin' You (Kim Boyce, Brian Tankersley) -4:23

6. Save Me (featuring Jimmie Lee Sloas of The Imperials) (Kim Boyce, Brian Tankersley) -4:42

7. Lonely Man (Kim Boyce, Trent Dean) -4:23

8. Stop Fighting (James Hollihan, Jr.) -5:07

9. You're Always There (Kim Boyce, Susan Allanson) -4:00

Radio singles

1988 "You Can Be Mine" -#4 Christian AC

1988 "I Just Want to Celebrate" -#2 Christian CHR, #2 Christian AC

1988 "Not For Me" -#3 Christian CHR, #15 Christian AC

1988 "Save Me" (featuring Jimmie Lee Sloas) -#15 Christian CHR

1988 "You're Always There" -#15 Christian CHR, #8 Christian AC

1989 "Lovin' You" -#8 Christian CHR, #37 Christian AC

Previous release: Kim Boyce (1986)

Watch the music video of "I Just Want to Celebrate" here:

Watch the music video of "Not for Me" here:

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