Together (Anne Murray album)

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Together
Studio album by Anne Murray
Released November 1975
Genre Country
Label Capitol/EMI
Producer Tom Catalano[1]
Anne Murray chronology
Highly Prized Possession
(1974)
Together
(1975)
Keeping In Touch
(1976)

Together is the eleventh studio album by Anne Murray, released in November 1975. The album reached # #15 on the U.S. country album charts, and #142 on the pop albums charts. It was one of Murray's few albums during this time period that did not chart in Canada. Two singles were released from the album: "The Call" (also sometimes referred to as "Long Distance Call"), which reached #19 and #6 on the U.S. country and A/C singles charts respectively, and "Sunday Sunrise", which reached #49 on the country singles charts, and #13 on the A/C singles charts. "The Call" was a rerecording of a song, which Murray had originally included on her Honey, Wheat and Laughter album in 1970.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "If It's All Right With You" (Gene MacLellan)
  2. "Sunday Sunrise" (Mark James)
  3. "Out On The Road Again" (Steve Eaton)
  4. "Part-Time Love" (David Gates)
  5. "The Call" (Gene MacLellan)
  6. "Everything Old Is New Again" (Peter Allen/Carole Bayer Sager)
  7. "Lady Bug" (James Stein)
  8. "Player In The Band" (B. Russell/B. Gordon Russell)
  9. "Blue Finger Lou" (Alan O'Day)
  10. "Together" (De Sylva/Brown/Henderson)

Production[edit]

  • Songs arranged and conducted by Michael Omartian, Lee Holdridge or Artie Butler.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.discogs.com/Anne-Murray-Together/release/2870587