Live the Life - Michael W. Smith

Live the Life


Michael W. Smith

  • Genre: Christian & Gospel
  • Release Date: 1998-04-17
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 1998 Reunion Records, Inc.

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Missing Person 6:01  
2
Love Me Good 4:41  
3
Live the Life 4:35  
4
Never Been Unloved 4:38  
5
I Believe In You Now 4:44  
6
Don't Give Up 4:20  
7
Let Me Show You the Way 4:11  
8
I Know Your Name 4:00  
9
Matter of Time 3:41  
10
In My Arms Again 6:11  
11
Song for Rich 1:53  
12
Hello, Good-Bye 7:53  

Reviews

  • Awesome!

    5
    By mk_mk
    Still an amazing album years later.
  • Awesome.

    5
    By Mike4jesus
    Michael W. Smith always has 5 star albums!! Love his music! You can't go wrong!
  • One of his best albums

    5
    By Nic Russ Schell
    This album, Project and Go west young man are some of my favorite albums all time.
  • My favorite....

    5
    By Bluejay7
    Once in awhile an album comes along & almost every song is great. This one is it for me. Very moving and emotional for me as my mother-in-law passed Christmas 98' and I listened to these songs a lot . Just saw Smitty a few weeks ago here in Phoenix & he's still got it.
  • Musical Genius

    5
    By alltheitunesnicknamesaretaken
    I am a fan of all types of music, and I must say that this album is still one of my all-time favorites. "Let me show you the way" is one of the most insanely beautiful melodies ever, and I love the vibe throughout the entire album. I love his old-school stuff, his instumental compositions are phenominal and the worship albums are nothing short of inspired. Loooooooooove it!
  • Interesting :D

    4
    By Rico2000
    The music on this album is quite good and interesting. I love the song "In My Arms Again" and I heard that it was almost on the Titanic Soundtrack, but got beaten out by another artist. But, this album is good sssssssooooooooo buy it!!!!!! At least buy "In My Arms Again."
  • MIchael W. Smith's greatest album.

    4
    By bondslave777
    This is his best album. It is right before he went into the "worship scene" and right after he gave up on going mainstream. He was heavily influenced by his friend Rich Mullins on this album, as Live the Life comes from St. Francis. Musically it is both a combination of pop and worship. Very good album and the epitome of Smitty.

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