How Mercy Looks from Here
Amy shines in her first studio album in a decade. This 2013 album appeals to all of her fans with equal parts secular and Christian music. Her pop sensibilities are clearly in place, but she isn’t afraid to get deep, while parsing the meaning of life, love, faith and tragedy. Heeding the advice of her dying mother to "sing something that matters," Grant rises to the occasion with one of her most meaningful albums. Includes guest appearances by her husband Vince Gill, legends such as Carole King and James Taylor, plus modern star Sheryl Crow. Includes "If I Could See (What The Angels See)," "Better Not To Know" (with Vince Gill), "Don't Try So Hard" (with James Taylor), "Deep As It Is Wide" (featuring Sheryl Crow and Eric Paslay), "Here," "Shovel In Hand" (with Will Hoge) and more.
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