- 1 - That's What Love Is For (Feat. Chris Cox)
- 2 - Stay For A While (Feat. Tony Moran And Warren Rigg)
- 3 - You'Re Not Alone (Feat. Guy Scheiman)
- 4 - Every Heartbeat (Feat. Moto Blanco)
- 5 - Better Than A Hallelujah (Feat. Mark Picchiotti)
- 6 - Find A Way (Feat. Ralphi Rosario)
- 7 - Baby Baby (Feat. Dave Aude)
- 8 - Say Once More (Feat. Hex Hector)
- 9 - Bonus Mix - Stay For A While (Feat Tony Moran)
- 10 - Bonus Mix - Mega Mix (Feat Dj Andy 7th Heaven)
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Meet the Artist
AMY GRANT is one of contemporary Christian music's brightest stars. In a hit-studded career spanning three decades, Amy's catchy pop-oriented songs have won a huge fan-base, and pioneered Christian music's crossover into mainstream acclaim. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee, with her husband, music star Vince Gill, and their five children.
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Dance music thrives on songs that have instantaneous ear-grabbing prowesses as well as songs that have a bubblegum elasticity so that they can be stretched to handle the polytechnics of today's sonic augmentations. There are no better canon of songs that better qualify than the pop songs of the 80s and the 90s. This is why up till today, the remixes of Whitney Houston' "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)," Madonna's "Vogue," and LeAnn Rimes' "How Do I Live" are still DJ favorites. Naturally, the attention now turns towards Amy Grant. After all, she was not only the queen of contemporary Christian music, but in her 90s heydays her sceptre was all over the Billboard Hot 100 chart with hits such as "Baby Baby,' "Every Heartbeat" and "Lucky One." "In Motion: The Remixes" finds some of the music industry's greatest producers and DJs such as Chris Cox, Tony Moran, Moto Blanco, 7th Heaven, and Dave Aude taking up the task of giving nine out of Grant's favorite songs updated and remix treatments.On the whole the remixes are mostly well done with the best being Chris Cox's treatment of "That's What Love is For." Despite the fatter beats relative to the original, Cox is carefully not to drown out Grant's vocals especially in the song's softer moments. DJ duo Moto Blanco who has been known for turning up the beat for Adele, Cee Lo Green and Mary J. Blige maintains the upbeat feel in "Every Heartbeat," but gives it a European club rhythm that easily sheds years off this twenty three year-old song. Already a #1 hit on Billboard's Dance Chart is Dave Aude's take of Grant's iconic "Baby Baby." By accelerating the pace of the song by quite a few notches, Grant literally sounds like she's out of breath. And the heavy rhythmic thumping somehow pilfers the song of its naivety and sweetness.