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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 21, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Dual Disc
  • Label: Capitol
  • ASIN: B0006HCTCO
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #452,592 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. All Of Me
2. As Time Goes By
3. Dream A Little Dream Of Me
4. I Wonder Who's Kissing Him Now
5. I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter
6. Over The Rainbow
7. Twilight Time
8. My Buddy
9. After You've Gone
10. What'll I Do
11. Don't Get Around Much Anymore
12. Smile
13. You Made Me Love You
14. I'll Be Seeing You
15. We'll Meet Again

Editorial Reviews

Grammy Award winning Anne Murray releases her first Dual Disc in the US. Her timeless voice covers classic standards like 'All Of Me', As Time Goes By', 'You Made Me Love You' and Over The Rainbow. Capitol. 2006.

Customer Reviews

I recommened this CD to anyone who enjoys her music.
Catherine A. Desantis
Before spending big bucks for this item with its "Bonus DVD" the buyer should be aware that this is a "Daul Disc," with one side DVD *AUDIO*, not DVD *video*!!
Max O. Preeo
Along with "My Buddy", this song is also one of Anne's best ever-and believe me she has many great songs.
Claude Bourggeois

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Lakewood_Greg on October 29, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is no ordinary tribute to the pop classics of the early 20th century, but an update by a confident recording artist who makes them her own. The fiddle introduction and swaying rhythm of the opening track signal that this is a western swing album, reminiscent of Bob Wills' dance hall music. After restoring a melody we'd all but forgotten was the essence of All of Me, Anne Murray and her band settle in to swing gently in As Time Goes By and Dream a Little Dream.
Anne returns to her pretty voice of yesteryear for Smile and Over the Rainbow, both ballads framed in lovely, understated arrangements. And on the title track - I'll Be Seeing You - every syllable is exquisitely phrased.
But the showstoppers are the uptempo numbers. Murray delivers an inspired vocal on the honky tonk, Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter. Her perfect pitch on Twilight Time astonishes, even though that's what we've come to expect. After You've Gone, drenched in New Orleans jubilation, is possibly the best track of all. And who'd have thought she'd sound so comfortable with Duke Ellington's Don't Get Around Much Anymore?
Anne shrugs off previous covers of You Made Me Love You with a mid-tempo version that is as good as it gets. Finally, there's the perfect closing number, We'll Meet Again, with a shuffling rhythm that recalls Owen Bradley's work with Patsy Cline.
I couldn't have guessed, when I bought my first Anne Murray LP at the age of 16, that I'd be just as excited struggling with the cellophane wrapper of a new release and settling into a chair to listen to her 33rd studio album at the age of 50. But the fact is that Anne Murray is better than ever.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Claude Bourggeois on October 2, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Anne Murray has been recording in 5 decades. She was Elvis' favourite female singer. She has sung for Presidents and Prime Ministers. She has topped the Country, Pop, Adult Contemporary and Contemporary Christian charts. Her last 2 albums have gone platinum and gold in the USA and platinum in Canada. How do you top all of that ? The last years, although professionally have been very succesful for Anne, have been personally trying-the untimely deaths of Gene Mclellan (Snowbird composer), Leonard Rambeau (her manager), her daughter's eating disorder, a divorce, and most recently, the tragic loss of her best friend to cancer. This would be too hard for most people to take. But Anne has more courage than most, and to continue recording through all of this is a testament to her will and grace. This album is obviously quite personal and it is interspersed with tinges of bittersweet sadness and hauntingly beautiful melodies dealing with loss and loneliness. There are very few backing vocals on this album, the instrumentation is very low-key and 40's "crooner" style. On "All of Me", the album opens with a country-tinged performance, with hints of gospel that is upbeat even though the words are quite cuttingly sad. On "As Time Goes By", the arrangement and vocals are simple, yet quite competent. "Dream a Little Dream of Me" reminds us of Anne's classic performance of "Send a Little Love my Way"-with a great clarinet performance and Anne's vocals at times showing it's rougher side, which lends itself well to the song. "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter" is irresistable-again gospel-tinged upbeat song with sad lyrics but great interpretation from Anne-perfect for her voice.Read more ›
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By misterposter on August 23, 2005
Format: Audio CD
All of Me It's the old switcheroo "I'll Be Seeing You" became "All of Me" with the additional of a second 16 track disc. This album was reissued with 16 (yep, 16) additional songs and retitled "ALL OF ME". Heck, they didn't even bother to spring for a new cover photo .. they used the same photo and only changed the title. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this CD for me. I love Anne Murray and the song selections and performances are terrific for my taste. So purchase of the "All of Me" 2CD set offers more than twice the music for the same (or sometimes less price). Be advised that the 2nd CD in the "All of Me" set contains what most would consider Murray's greatest hits ("Snowbird", "Can I Have This Dance", etc.) so there's bound to be some overlap if you're a collector. Also, some have indicated that the copy protect on this CD has not allowed them to transfer the material to other media - the copy protect appears to be on all versions ("I'll Be Seeing You" & "All of Me") of both the domestic and import (Canadian) versions. If you want to save about $40 and get the 2 disc set I've attached a product link to the "All of Me" album - you won't be sorry. ASIN: B0006V6TKS
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By W. Grandy on January 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Stewart brought the American songbook back to a new life with his 3 albums of older tunes. Now Anne Murray brings her own vocal talents to some of these wonderful songs. The likes of 'As Time Goes By', 'Twilight Time' 'What'll I do' and the rest of the album get some fresh clean vocals from one of the best. Try to imagine Rod and Annie doing a duet of some old ballads!!! The only down side of this album for me was a little too much fiddle and not enough of the great hammond organ. This album has 'copy control technology' added with the waiver that the cd may not play on your car stereo which could be a bummer. The album can be purchased from for 15.99 Cdn funds as the American copies are considered imports.
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