All That (album)

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All That
Rimes, at 11, in white fringe and gold sequins.
Studio album by LeAnn Rimes
Released July 1994
Recorded 1994
Norman Petty Studios
(Clovis, New Mexico)
Genre Country
Length 36:42
Label Nor Va Jak
Producer Greg Walker, Johnny Mulhair, Wilbur C. Rimes
LeAnn Rimes chronology
From My Heart to Yours
(1992)
All That
(1994)
Blue
(1996)

All That (stylized as "All That") is an independent album by LeAnn Rimes under the label Nor Va Jak. Released exclusively in July 1994, the album did not do well on the market but a copy was given to Curb Records owner, Mike Curb, who later signed Rimes to his label and recorded her debut album, Blue (1996). All That contains the original recording of "Blue". Many songs on the album were later released on Rimes' compilation album, Unchained Melody: The Early Years (1997).

Background[edit]

All That consists of songs that Rimes performed during her concerts prior to her contract with Curb Records.[1] Rimes was eleven years old at the time she recorded the album.[2][3] The album was recorded in the spring of 1994[4] at Norman Petty Studios[5] in Clovis, New Mexico and was released in July of the same year.[4] It was released on CD[6] and cassette tape.[7] Rimes recorded the song "Blue" which Bill Mack had passed to her.[4] The album was sold through a regional market but it was not a best-seller. A copy was sent to all major record label owners including Mike Curb who recalled "Someone sent me her CD. I put it on and everyone just turned their heads and said, 'Who's that?'".[1] Two years later Rimes signed her contract with Curb Records.[2] Rimes re-recorded "Blue" and "I'll Get Even with You" on Blue (1996).[3] Due to high sales of Blue,[8] Curb Records used several tracks recorded on the album on Rimes' compilation album, Unchained Melody: The Early Years (1997).[2][9][10] "Why Can't We" and "Middle Man" were re-recorded and placed on her second compilation album, God Bless America (2001). "Broken Wing" was also included on the God Bless America compilation album.[11][12]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Blue"   Bill Mack 2:44
2. "Sure Thing"   Joyce Harrison 2:39
3. "I'll Get Even with You"   Coweta House 3:16
4. "Why Can't We"   Allen Shamblin, Austin Cunningham, Chuck Cannon 3:49
5. "The Rest is History"   Clay Blaker, Karen Staley 3:09
6. "Broken Wing"   David Nowlen 3:20
7. "Cowboy's Sweetheart"   Patsy Montana 2:31
8. "Middle Man"   David Patillo 4:22
9. "Share My Love"   Blake Vickers, Rimes 2:44
10. "Yesterday"   Lennon–McCartney 3:08
11. "I Will Always Love You"   Dolly Parton 4:37
Total length:
36:42

Note: "Share My Love" incorrectly states 3:22 on the back cover

Personnel[edit]

Credits for All That were adapted from liner notes.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Country Music: The Encyclopedia - Irwin Stambler, Grelun Landon - Google 도서. Books.google.co.kr. Retrieved 2012-06-02. 
  2. ^ a b c The Encyclopedia of Country Music - Google 도서. Books.google.co.kr. Retrieved 2012-06-02. 
  3. ^ a b Kingsbury, Paul (2004). The Encyclopedia of Country Music: The Ultimate Guide to the Music. Oxford University Press. p. 446. ISBN 978-0195176087. Retrieved 2012-07-03. 
  4. ^ a b c Sgammato, Jo (1997). Dreams Come True: The LeAnn Rimes Story. Random House. pp. 63–64. ISBN 0-345-41650-3. Retrieved 2012-05-31. 
  5. ^ a b All That (CD). LeAnn Rimes. Nor Va Jak. 1994. 98081-1234-2. 
  6. ^ "All That: LeAnn Rimes: Music". Amazon.com (US). Amazon Inc. Retrieved 2012-06-02. 
  7. ^ "All That: LeAnn Rimes: Music". Amazon.com (US). Amazon Inc. Retrieved 2012-06-02. 
  8. ^ CMT Inside Fame: LeAnn Rimes CMT (2004-4-12) Retrieved 2011-10-8
  9. ^ Unchained Melody: The Early Years (CD). LeAnn Rimes. Curb Records. 1997. D2-77856. 
    • Note: Liner states "This collection contains some of my favorite songs. They were recorded prior to the release of my first album Blue. I would like to thank all of my fans for making Blue such a big hit. I hope you enjoy the Early Years album. - LeAnn Rimes.
  10. ^ "Early Years, The: Leann Rimes: Music". Amazon.com (US). Amazon Inc. Retrieved 2012-06-02. 
  11. ^ "God Bless America: Leann Rimes: Music". Amazon.com (US). Amazon Inc. Retrieved 2012-06-02. 
  12. ^ God Bless America (CD). LeAnn Rimes. Curb Records. 2001. D2-78726. 
    • Note: Liner states "These classic recordings were made while America was first discovering LeAnn Rimes."