CELEBRATING TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF SONGWRITING AT BYU
Continuing Tantara’s 25-year celebration of the songwriting program at BYU under the direction of Ron Simpson, Volume 2 of It Starts with a Song features more songs by current or former BYU songwriting students. You’ll hear Carrie Scott with Ryan Shupe and the Rubber Band, Jenny Jordan Frogley singing music by Masa Fukuda, Doug Walker, Shaun Barrowes, Aaron Hatch, Julie de Azevedo, Jericho Road singing music by Tyler Castleton and Staci Peters, Cheri Magill, Craig Poole with Jibe Project, Lamar Holley, Nicole Sheahan, Dan Cahoon, and David Tinney and chorus singing the music of David Pliler and Sam Cardon.
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Carrie Scott with Ryan Shupe and the Rubber Band
2. Because of You
Masa Fukuda and Jeannine Lasky
Jenny Jordan Frogley
3. Days Gone By
4. Hop, Skip, and a Jump
5. Honda Girl
6. What If
Julie de Azevedo and John Hancock
Julie de Azevedo
7. For the Love of a Woman
Tyler Castleton and Staci Peters
8. Bulletproof Dress
9. How Could I?
Craig Poole, Holli Ammon, and Robert Wannamaker
10. Pretend that She's Ugly
12. Who I’ll Be
Dan Cahoon, Brad Hull, and Benton Paul
13. Firm in the Fire
David Pliler and Sam Cardon
David Tinney and Chorus
Produced by Ron Simpson
Project coordination by Ben Fales
Assistants to Ron Simpson—Katie Gibbs and Mike McClellan
Office coordination and contacting by Carlie Madsen
Mastering by Troy Sales
Tantara Records is an enterprise center in the School of Music at Brigham Young University, and part of the College of Fine Arts and Communications.
BE SURE YOU ALSO OWN VOLUME 1 OF IT STARTS WITH A SONG!
Fabulous songs by BYU writers including Cherie Call, Benton Paul, and Mindy Gledhill as well as the team of Tyler Castleton and Staci Peters. You can’t miss Rebecca Lopez singing the award-winning “Y Se Va” or Jarrett Burns showing the R&B side of writer Ross Boothe as he delivers “I’m the Man for You,” coproduced by BYU alum J Bateman (Forever Strong).