Somebody's Waiting

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Somebody's Waiting
Studio album by Anne Murray
Released March 1980
Genre Country
Label Capitol
Producer Jim Ed Norman
Anne Murray chronology
'I'll Always Love You
(1979)
Somebody's Waiting
(1980)
A Country Collection
(1980)

Somebody's Waiting is the 15th studio album by Anne Murray issued, in March 1980 on Capitol Records. The album charted lower in the U.S. than most of Murray's other releases from the same period, peaking at number 15 on the Billboard Country Albums chart and number 88 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart, (in Murray's native Canada, it reached number 32). Its first single "Lucky Me" reached the U.S. country top ten, peaking at number 9; it also reached number 42 on the U.S. pop singles charts. A second single, a cover of the Beatles' "I'm Happy Just to Dance With You", made the country top thirty, and reached number 64 on the Hot 100 chart.

The song, "The French Waltz" was later recorded by Art Garfunkel on his 1981 album, Scissors Cut.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Lucky Me
  2. You Set My Dreams to Music
  3. What's Forever For
  4. Do You Think of Me
  5. The French Waltz
  6. I'm Happy Just to Dance With You
  7. Moon Over Brooklyn
  8. Nevertheless (I'm in Love With You)
  9. Beginning to Feel Like Home
  10. Somebody's Waiting

Musicians[edit]

  • Keyboards - Pat Riccio, Jr/Brian Gatto
  • Drums & Percussion - Jorn Anderson
  • Bass - Peter Cardinali
  • Guitars - Aidan Mason/Brian Russell/Bob Man
  • Steel Guitar & Dobro - Bob Lucier
  • Strings & Horns arranged by Rick Wilkins & Peter Cardinali

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1980) Peak
position
Canadian RPM Country Albums 1
Canadian RPM Top Albums 32
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 15
U.S. Billboard 200 88
Preceded by
Gideon by Kenny Rogers
Dolly, Dolly, Dolly by Dolly Parton
My Home's in Alabama by Alabama
RPM Country Albums number-one album
June 28 - July 5, 1980
August 23 - September 6, 1980
November 8 - December 6, 1980
Succeeded by
Dream Street Rose by Gordon Lightfoot
San Antonio Rose by Willie Nelson and Ray Price
The Rovers by The Rovers

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