Dialtone Records Release
I Owe It All To The Word

Pastor Mitty Collier

I Owe It All To The Word

Pastor Mitty began her career singing in church and as a part of the Hayes Ensemble and the Lloyd Reese Singers. After being discovered by Ralph Bass, scout for Chess records, Mitty was signed to the label in 1960. With the powerful soul-gospel voice Mitty was best at singing ballads like “I Had a Talk with My Man,” a 1964 Chess single and “Sharing You,” a Top Ten R&B hit single and her first charting single “I’m Your Part Time Love,” an answer to Little Johnny Taylor’s “Part Time Love”.

In 1969 Mitty left the Chess imprint and signed with the Peachtree label from 1969-1972. Later in 1972 Mitty left R&B music altogether.

Mitty established a community outreach program, "Feed A Neighbor" (FAN) in Chicago, IL. In 1985, and received the key to the city of Birmingham, AL from Mayor Arrington for that endeavor. She founded the “More Like Christ Christian Fellowship Church” and was ordained pastor by Bishop Lance Davis of the Christian Fellowship Ministries in 2003.

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Track Listing

Play clip for He'll Make It Happen 1. He'll Make It Happen
Play clip for The Rainbow 2. The Rainbow
Play clip for Ask It, Believe It 3. Ask It, Believe It
Play clip for I Owe It All To The Word 4. I Owe It All To The Word
Play clip for If You Understood My Past 5. If You Understood My Past
Play clip for No Cross, No Crown 6. No Cross, No Crown
Play clip for Hometown 7. Hometown
Play clip for At Calvary 8. At Calvary
Play clip for I Had A Talk With God Last Night 9. I Had A Talk With God Last Night
Play clip for Amazing Grace 10. Amazing Grace


Produced & Arranged by: Calvin Bridges, Mitty Collier

Executive Producer: Yasufumi Higurashi, Akira Kochi

Keyboard: Reuben Cornell Thigpen

Organ: Calvin Bridges, LaShon Watkins

Drums: Hamisi Jackson

Lead Guitar: Ken Chatman

Electric Bass: Derrick Ray

Percussions: Darrell Rosenborough

Lead Vocal: Pastor Mitty Collier

Background Vocals:

Sopranos: Min Victoria Brady / Rebecca Shaw

Altos: Rev. Bonnie Clark / Ebony Brown / Jocelyn Winston

Tenors: Merrick Murray / Ian Bryant