When It's Just You and Me (album)
|When It's Just You and Me|
|Studio album by Dottie West|
|Dottie West chronology|
When It's Just You and Me is the name of a Country music album by Country singer, Dottie West, released in 1977.
This album was Dottie West's first album under her new record label, United Artists, which she joined in 1976, after being dropped from her previous label, RCA records. This was the first album to show how West changed her style and sound. Her material began to get sexier and riskier, her music was more up-tempo, and more Pop-sounding as well. In late 1976, the title track single was released (see the "When It's Just You and Me" song article), and hit No. 19 on the Billboard Country charts in 1977, bringing West back into Country with a decent hit, after being in a dry spell over the past two years. The song also showed off West's new style, among other recordings in this album.
Three other songs were released as singles from this album, "Every Word I Write", a cover version of the 20s hit "Tonight You Belong to Me", and "That's All I Wanted to Know". Both "Every Word I Write" and "Tonight You Belong to Me", were Top 30 Country hits, while the other single didn't even reach the Top 40. This album set the stage for West's other United Artists albums to come. The album also entered the "Top Country Albums" chart and reached No. 44 there, her first album to chart a list since 1975.
- "When It's Just You and Me"
- "That's All I Wanted to Know"
- "Tonight You Belong to Me"
- "You're a Beautiful Place to Be"
- "By Your Side"
- "Every Word I Write"
- "All Night Long"
- "Save a Little for the Morning"
- "The Lovin' Kind"
- "'Till I Get It Right"
- "Tiny Fingers"
Album – Billboard (North America)
|1977||Top Country Albums||#44|
|1977||The Billboard 200||#N/A|
Singles – Billboard (North America)
|1976||"When It's Just You and Me"||Hot Country Singles & Tracks||#19|
|1977||"Every Word I Write"||Hot Country Singles & Tracks||#28|
|1977||"Tonight You Belong to Me||Hot Country Singles & Tracks||#30|
|1977||"That's All I Wanted to Know"||Hot Country Singles & Tracks||#57|