Vince Gill, Jason Crabb, Oak Ridge Boys & Others Join T. Graham Brown for his First Gospel Album

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Country music legend T. Graham Brown has just released his first and brand new Gospel album "Forever Changed." Working with producer and his own manager Mark Carman, "Forever Changed" features 13 newly recorded songs, including Brown's re-recording of his ever popular hit "Wine into Water."  

The album also features Brown singing with some of Gospel/pop/country music's industry giants including Leon Russell, Vince Gill, The Oak Ridge Boys, Steve Cropper, Jeff and Sheri Easter, The Booth Brothers, Three Bridges, Jimmy Fortune, and Jason Crabb. In July of 2014, the first single from the album was released on the MCM World Media Label. The song, "He'll Take Care of You" was was written by well known, award winning songwriters; Dan Penn, Gary Nicholson, and Donnie Fritts. It features vocal and guitar performances by conutry superstar, Vince Gill. 

T. Graham Brown made his mark in country music when his debut Capitol Nashville Records album "I Tell It Like It Used To." Counting its title track, this album accounted for four singles: the No. 3 "I Wish That I Could Hurt That Way Again" and two straight Number Ones in "Hell and High Water" and "Don't Go to Strangers".

Brown's second album for the label, Brilliant Conversationalist, followed a year later. Although none of its singles went to Number One, it accounted for three more Top Ten hits in its title track, followed by "She Couldn't Love Me Anymore" and "Last Resort". A third album, 1988's Come as You Were, produced his third and final Number One in "Darlene". Then came the No. 7 title track and No. 30 "Never Say Never". In early 1990, he sang guest vocals on the multi-artist charity single "Tomorrow's World", as well as Tanya Tucker's single "Don't Go Out", from her album Tennessee Woman.

1990 also saw the release of his next album, Bumper to Bumper. This album's lead-off single "If You Could Only See Me Now" went Top Ten with a No. 6 peak, but the other singles - the No. 18 "Moonshadow Road" and No. 53 "I'm Sending One Up for You" - did not fare as well, with the latter being his first single to land outside the Top 40. That same year, he also released an unsuccessful greatest-hits package. His next album, You Can't Take It with You, only accounted for the No. 31 "With This Ring" before he exited Capitol in 1991. 

After a few independent albums, guest spots on various albums, now he's back with his debut Gospel album.


01 - He'll Take Care Of You (Feat. Vince Gill) 03:05 

02 - From A Stronger Place 03:32 

03 - Soul Talk (Feat. Jason Crabb) 03:10 

04 - Forever Changed 03:42 

05 - Shadow Of Doubt (Feat. Leon Russell) 04:04 

06 - Power Of Love(Feat. Jeff & Sherri Easter) 03:30 

07 - Out Of The Rain 05:11 

08 - People Get Ready (Feat. The Oak Ridge Boys, Jason Crabb, Leon Russell & Steve Cropper) 04:10 

09 - Pillow Of Mercy (Feat. The Booth Brothers) 03:59 

10 - Midnight Rainbow (Feat. Three Bridges) 03:16 

11 - Which Way To Pray (Feat. Sonja Isaacs) 04:06 

12 - How Do You Know (Feat. The Oak Ridge Boys) 04:25 

13 - Wine Into Water (Feat. Jimmy Fortune) 03:42 

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