A collection of energetic worship songs Al regularly played at student conferences and youth concerts.
Tabula Rasa was the second collaboration between Al and Dove-award-winning producer, Robert White Johnson. “Be” was a radio #1, and songs like “Tabula Rasa,” “If I Were Jesus” and “Til it Shines” should not be missed.
An album full of popular worship songs which reunited Al and Dawson McAllister for the Student Conference Reunion Tour, recreating a formula that changed the lives of thousands of teens in the years prior.
Take Me to the Cross was Al’s first album after returning to health from his devastating plane crash. A departure from his previous albums, Take Me to the Cross marked a new chapter in Al’s career. It featured many popular songs, including the hit “Rain Love” and the #1 that probably is most famous from the second half of his career, “Take Me to the Cross.”
Do You Know This Man? became a blueprint for students across the country about putting God at the heart of a world full of pressures and temptation. The song “Do You Know This Man?” was a powerful message about being willing to proclaim your love of Jesus to the public. The album also features “Pledge to Purity” and “One Nation Under God.”
In 1993, Al released Reasons which proved the radio successes on Be the One and The Extra Mile were anything but a fluke. Reasons features hits like “Livin’ in the Light of Your Love,” “The Door,” “I Know a Love,” “Reasons” and the fan-favorite “Alcatraz.”
Few artists have one album that contains so many hits that isn’t a “Best of…” The Extra Mile features “To Forgive,” “Stand Up,” “I Still Believe in Forever,” “Extra Mile” and “Shine Out the Light.”
Al’s massively successful album and personal favorite, Be the One, solidified his place as a leading youth artist on a national level. The song “Be the One” was not only a radio #1, but became an anthem for youth groups across the country.
Al’s label debut from 1989, Al Denson set the precedent for the albums that followed and features the gorgeous ballad, “Peace Be Still.”
Al’s Christmas CD, Seasons, features many familiar Christmas songs with new arrangements as well as versions of his early hit, “Peace Be Still,” and the uplifting ballad of thankfulness, “You Have Been Good.”