Anne Murray Duets: Friends & Legends
Duets, Friends & Legends is a studio album by Canadian Country artist Anne Murray. The album features seventeen of Murrays best-known songs re-recorded as duets with her favourite female singers, while the record mostly consists of new studio tracks, Murrays duet with Celine Dion on When I Fall in Love was taken from a 1996 TV special. The late Dusty Springfields vocal on I Just Fall in Love Again was lifted from Springfields 1979 recording of the track. The album was released in Canada on November 13,2007 and it received two nominations at the 2008 Juno Awards, although it was originally omitted from the Album of the Year category after a calculation error. Anne Murray - Friends & Legends is the title of a television special produced for CBC Television by Out to See Entertainment Inc. The show features duets by Anne Murray with her daughter Dawn Langstroth, Jann Arden, in the United States, the album was released on January 15,2008, and peaked at #42 on the Billboard 200 as well as #8 on the Top Country Albums chart.
As of 2016, the album has sold approximately 300,000 copies in the United States and this is Murrays final album of wholly new recordings. The following year, Murray made her studio recordings -- four new tracks for the compilation Anne Murrays Christmas Album. To promote the album Anne Murray embarked on the Coast to Coast- One Last Time tour
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The Hottest Night of the Year
The Hottest Night of the Year is a studio album by Canadian country music artist Anne Murray. It was released by Capitol Records in 1982, the album reached #29 on Billboards Country albums chart and peaked at #90 on the Billboard Pop albums chart. Its US sales were estimated at approximately 200,000 copies, the albums first single, a cover of the 1961 Bruce Channel hit Hey. Baby was a U. S. country top-ten single, reaching number 7, both singles topped the Canadian Country singles charts. The Hottest Night of the Year –2,56 Fallin in Love –3,39 Somebodys Always Saying Goodbye –3,24 Easy Does It –3,40 Hey. Baby –2,32 Aint No Way to Rise Above –3,21 Heart on the Line –2,36 They Dont Call It Magic for Nothing –2,42 Thatll Keep Me Dreamin –2,43 Song for the Mira –4,05
A Little Good News
A Little Good News is a song recorded by Canadian country music artist Anne Murray. It was released in September 1983 as the single from the album of the same name. The song was written by Tommy Rocco, Charlie Black, in the United States, the single hit #1 Country, #10 Adult Contemporary, and #74 Pop. The song appears on Murrays 2007 album Anne Murray Duets, Friends & Legends, in 1984, A Little Good News won the Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Performance, Female. It was Murrays fourth career Grammy honor, the song was named the Country Music Associations Single of the Year. Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics
What About Me (Anne Murray album)
What About Me is the debut studio album by Anne Murray issued in 1968 on Arc Records. Upon its release, the album was issued in Canada. The album was reissued in Europe on the Astan label under the title Both Sides Now after original title track What About Me was dropped from the album, Both Sides Now is the well known Joni Mitchell song covered on the album. Other versions of the album kept the title Both Sides Now, in 1980, Chevron Records released an album with the same title but with a different cover art and slightly different track listing. There were only 10 tracks with For Baby missing