Debby Boone (album)

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Debby Boone
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Studio album by Debby Boone
Released 1979
Label Warner Bros.
Debby Boone chronology
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Debby Boone is a 1979 album by Debby Boone and her third solo studio album for Warner Bros./Curb. Unlike Boone's previous two albums, 1977's You Light Up My Life (No. 6 Pop, No. 6 Country) and 1978's Midstream (No. 147 Pop), this album did not reach any Billboard album chart.

The album featured two singles, "My Heart Has a Mind of Its Own" (No. 11 Country) and "Breakin' in a Brand New Broken Heart" (No. 25 Country), that charted earlier in 1979 prior to the August 21, 1979 release of this album. Oddly, Warner Bros. released Boone's single, "See You in September" (No. 41 Country, No. 45 AC), when this album was released, although this song was not featured on this album. (To date, "See You in September" has not been featured on any Boone album.) Boone's next single, "Everybody's Somebody's Fool" (No. 48 Country), was also not culled from this album. (This single was eventually included on Boone's 1986 compilation, "The Best of Debby Boone.")

Boone married Gabriel Ferrer shortly after the release of this album on September 1, 1979. At the ceremony, Ferrer's mother, Rosemary Clooney, performed "Theme from The Universal Picture "The Promise" (I'll Never Say "Goodbye")" which Boone recorded for this album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Girl Don't Come
  2. Jamie
  3. The Worst That Could Happen
  4. With All of My Love
  5. Theme from The Universal Picture "The Promise" (I'll Never Say "Goodbye")
  6. Choosey Beggar
  7. Breakin' in a Brand New Broken Heart
  8. Meet Me on the Dance Floor
  9. My Heart Has a Mind of Its Own
  10. You Took My Heart by Surprise
  11. I'd Rather Be Alone