What About Me (Anne Murray album)

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What About Me
AnneMurray1968.jpg
Studio album by Anne Murray
Released 1968
Recorded Bay Studios, Toronto, Ontario
Genre Country
Label Arc
Producer Brian Ahern
Anne Murray chronology
What About Me
(1968)
This Way Is My Way
(1969)

What About Me is the debut studio album by Anne Murray issued in 1968 on Arc Records. Upon its release, the album was only issued in Canada (it would later be issued in the U.S. on the Pickwick label,[1] following Murray's 1970s chart success there).

The album was reissued in Europe on the Astan label under the title Both Sides Now after original title track "What About Me" was dropped from the album.[2] "Both Sides Now" is the well known Joni Mitchell song covered on the album. Other versions of the album kept the title Both Sides Now but include the "What About Me" track.

In 1980, Chevron Records (UK) released an album (#CHVL 1830) with the same title but with a different cover art and slightly different track listing. There were only 10 tracks with "For Baby" missing.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "What About Me" (Scott McKenzie) - 3:09
  2. "Both Sides Now" (Joni Mitchell) - 3:22
  3. "It's All Over" (Alan MacRae) - 2:09
  4. "Some Birds" (Ken Tobias)
  5. "For Baby" (John Denver credited as Deutshendorf)
  6. "Paths of Victory" (Brian Ahern) - 1:54
  7. "David's Song" (David Wiffen) - 3:10
  8. "There Goes My Everything" (Dallas Frazier) - 3:25
  9. "Buffalo in the Park" (Brian Ahern, William Hawkins) - 2:52
  10. "Last Thing on My Mind" (Tom Paxton) - 2:28
  11. "All the Time" (Mel Tillis, Wayne Walker) - 2:39

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Anne Murray - What About Me? (1973)". Discogs. Retrieved 20 November 2014. 
  2. ^ "Anne Murray - Both Sides Now". Discogs. Retrieved 20 November 2014. 
  3. ^ Copy of album