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I'll Rise Again

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I'll Rise Again
Al Green - I'll Rise Again.jpg
Studio album by
Released1983
StudioAmerican Music Recording Studio (Memphis, TN).
GenreSoul, gospel
Length37:02
LabelThe Right Stuff Records
ProducerAl Green
Al Green chronology
Precious Lord
(1982)
I'll Rise Again
(1983)
The Christmas Album
(1983)

I'll Rise Again is the 17th studio album by Al Green and his fourth gospel album, released in 1983.

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Track listing

  1. "It Don't Take Much" - 3:23
  2. "Jesus Is Coming (Back Again)" - 4:59
  3. "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms" - 2:38
  4. "I Close My Eyes and Smile" - 3:23
  5. "Ocean Blue (I'll Rise Again)" - 4:13
  6. "Look at the Things That God Made" - 3:50
  7. "I Just Can't Make It By Myself" - 4:25
  8. "I Know It Was the Blood" - 5:15
  9. "Straighten Out Your Life" - 5:00

Personnel

  • Lead vocals – Al Green
  • Backing vocals – Michael Baker, William C. Brown III, Debra Carter, Al Green and Linda Jones
  • Keyboards – Jesse Butler and Jerry Peters
  • Synthesizer – Jerry Peters
  • Guitars – Michael Baker, Mabon Hodges and Larry Lee
  • Bass – Steve Cobb and Ray Griffin
  • Drums – Steve Potts
  • Strings – Memphis Symphony Orchestra
  • String arrangements – Al Green and Jerry Peters

Production

  • Producer – Al Green
  • Engineer and Remix – William C. Brown III
  • Mastered by Larry Nix at Ardent Mastering Lab 1 (Memphis, TN).
  • Art Direction – Dennis Hill
  • Photography – Alan Messer
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