Unlimited (Reba McEntire album)

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Studio album by Reba McEntire
Released June 1982
Genre Country
Length 28:03
Label Mercury
Producer Jerry Kennedy
Reba McEntire chronology
Heart to Heart
Behind the Scene
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Unlimited is Reba McEntire's fifth studio album. It featured her first number one hits "Can't Even Get The Blues" and "You're the First Time I've Thought About Leaving". It was one of her first Mercury albums to be released on CD in 1990, but like most of her early material, it is now only available as a digital download.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "I'd Say You"   Chuck Howard 2:58
2. "Everything I'll Ever Own"   Johnny MacRae, Bob Morrison 3:19
3. "What Do You Know About Heartache?"   MacRae, Morrison, Len Chiriacka, Mary Welch 2:50
4. "Out of the Blue"   Byron Hill, Robert A. Johnson 2:34
5. "Over, Under and Around"   Mark Miller, Bobby Randall 2:13
6. "I'm Not That Lonely Yet"   Bill Rice, Sharon Rice 2:43
7. "Whoever's Watchin'"   Gary Morris, Kevin Welch 2:46
8. "Old Man River (I've Come to Talk Again)"   Danny Hogan, Ronny Scaife 3:22
9. "You're the First Time I've Thought About Leaving"   Kerry Chater, Dickey Lee 2:51
10. "Can't Even Get the Blues"   Rick Carnes, Tom Damphier 2:25


  • Produced By Jerry Kennedy
  • Engineers: Brent King, Rick McCollister
  • Recorded at Woodland Sound Studios and Sound Stage Studios, Nashville, TN.
  • Assistant Engineers: Ken Criblez, Steve Fralick, Tim Kish
  • Mixing: Brent King, Rick McCollister
  • Mastering: Phil Austin


Chart performance[edit]


Chart (1982) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums [2] 22


Year Single Peak positions
US Country CAN Country
1982 "I'm Not That Lonely Yet" 3 11
"Can't Even Get the Blues" 1
1983 "You're the First Time I've Thought About Leaving" 1 5