The Big Picture - Michael W. Smith

The Big Picture


Michael W. Smith

  • Genre: Christian & Gospel
  • Release Date: 2005-05-17
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 1986 Reunion Records

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Lamu 5:59  
2
Wired for Sound 6:00  
3
Old Enough to Know 4:47  
4
Pursuit of the Dream 5:12  
5
Rocketown 4:34  
6
Voices 5:51  
7
The Last Letter 4:48  
8
Goin' Thru the Motions 4:55  
9
Tearin' Down the Wall 3:30  
10
You're Alright 4:36  
11
Bonus Piano Track 0:42  

Reviews

  • Best MWS ever

    5
    By reveds
    I literally wore this tape out in my Walkman - so incredibly 80's. Still an excellent message, and still relevant.
  • BRILLIANT!!!!

    5
    By EndlessDream94
    26 years ago! Like stepping into a time machine and feeling RIGHT AT HOME!!!! One of the greatest albums of all time, in my opinion.
  • Smitty's best

    5
    By Theartistkeith
    This by far is Smitty's best work. iTunes is missing the follow up live album, "The Live Set."
  • Important influence

    5
    By Passagreg
    As a new follow-of-Christ in the 80's, MWS music played a critical role. I'm grateful to find the early stuff on iTunes. Got to see him in concert at that time also. Thanks Michael.
  • AWSOME

    5
    By skillet_tour
    I got this LP when I was a kid and I loved it at the time I was listening to stuff like Duran Duran, Thompson twins, and such. I remember going to church and telling my youth leader at the time I hope to tour with that guy one day . Well God answers prayer I went on to work on 3 of Smittys tours and also got to work with DC Talk and other bands.
  • Still his best....

    5
    By Kelbeast
    I saw Michael w smith in 86' for this tour w/ a youth group from my church, I was 15 then... excelent musician & great voice. His best, wish he did more like this.
  • Still love it!

    5
    By tarajoy
    I remember buying this album (as a tape of course) in junior high and only kind of liking it. Then it really began to grow on me, and grow, and grow! I still love it after all these years. Yes, it sounds very eighties at times, but I believe it is one of MWS's best albums ever.
  • Yeah, RIGHT!

    5
    By tissakay
    less airplay and fewer sales? this album was a HIT!?!
  • An oldie but goodie!

    5
    By Dylanunderpar
    I grew up with this album, it seemed stronger then. Every song brings back a memory from growing up in the 80's!

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