Any Day Now is the eighth studio album by the American solo artist Scott Walker. It was released in May 1973 but failed to chart. "The Me I Never Knew" was released as the album's sole single backed with the The Moviegoer opening track; "This Way Mary". The album was also the final Walker studio album from Philips Records and he later signed with CBS Records (now Columbia).
In spite of the album's deletion, around half of the songs were released in recent years on the budget The Collection compilation and Classics & Collectibles (2005). "The Me I Never Knew", "We Could Be Flying", "Do I Love You?", "When You Get Right Down to It", "Cowboy", and "All My Love's Laughter" are included on the Classics & Collectibles, while "Any Day Now" is included on The Collection. "If Ships Were Made To Sail" appears on a collection of Jimmy Webb penned songs titled "And Someone Left The Cake Out In The Rain" (1998). "Maria Bethania", "If" and "Ain't No Sunshine" remain unavailable.
In common with Walker's 1970s output, Any Day Now was poorly received by critics but has been reassessed since Walker was critically reappraised in the decades following The Walker Brothers' 1978 album Nite Flights.