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As Reba embarks on an exciting new chapter of her career with the much-anticipated release of Keep On Loving You, her debut album with The Valory Music Co., it is readily apparent that she’s not your typical icon.

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  • Audio CD (June 2, 1998)
  • Original Release Date: June 2, 1998
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Mca Nashville
  • ASIN: B000007PFA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (115 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #104,784 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. If You See Him, If You See Her
2. One Honest Heart
3. I Wouldn't Know
4. I'll Give You Something To Miss
5. Invisible
6. Up And Flying
7. Forever Love
8. Face To Face
9. Heart Hush
10. Lonely Alone
11. Wrong Night
12. All This Time

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The latest from Reba starts out with the hit "If You See Him, If You See Her"--on which she teams up with tour buddies Brooks and Dunn--and never stops touching your heart. Her poignant lyrics cascade over strong country-pop musical arrangements, and Reba displays power, passion, and vulnerability in her songs, a combination that has garnered her millions of fans worldwide. This new release will continue her momentum. The duet with Linda Davis, "Face to Face" has two woman with one man in common meeting for the first time, and when Reba picks the "Wrong Night" to fall in love, you will be up on your feet, dancing the night away. --Paula Ghergia

Customer Reviews

This has to be her worst one ever!!
mattl
They make bad songs sound worse than they really are and that's pretty bad.
gcast
It doesn't matter how hard I try to like this, I just can't.
Shandra

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Paul J. Mallon on December 10, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I would like to thank Reba for the best music in one CD I have ever found. Her insightful lyrics, passionate presentation and unique way of making the listener feel special is amazing, as if the song was meant soley for the listener. Each song reflects a different emotional struggle, personal tragedy or challenge and, provides resolution or at least acceptance. I personally identify with many of the songs after having gone through a rough separation and divorce with all the emotions that go along with the pain. This album made me cry during the rough times, laugh as the healing took place and continues to bring back bittersweet memories after playing it through 100's of times. It does not get any better than this. I have never written a fan letter, never joined a club, and would never even ask for an autograph in public. This is my thank you to her for a beautiful album by what I know to be the First Lady in modern country music. Thanks, Reba....I needed that!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jordan on June 12, 2000
Format: Audio CD
COUNTRY'S REAL Queen's "If You See Him" seems to be a love-it or hate-it kind of album. Those in the latter category are either not fans of her music or not listening carefully. This may not be as widely accepted as many of her others because Reba seems to vary into more pop-ish music than she ever had (barring the pop cover album, Starting Over) with this one, and it looked like it turned off country and pop fans alike.
Like all Reba's albums, you can hear the emotion and tenderness in her voice as she delivers songs such as the beautiful duet "If You See Him/If You See Her" with the best country duo ever, Brooks & Dunn, the heartbreaking "Invisible," and the unbelievable "Lonely Alone." Reba belts out frolicsome rockers like the sassy "I'll Give You Something To Miss" and the rollicking "Wrong Night." Another high point on the album is the follow up to her smash 1993 duet ("Does He Love You," i.e. Grammy and CMA winner) with former backup singer Linda Davis, "Face To Face." Though not on the level of prodigious as DHLY, "Face To Face" is more than, as most have called it, a filler track. It's really, when you get down to it, an intelligent song that people should listen to for advice. That may be why this album hasn't been as accepted; while they may not be all "eye candy" (or, if it's acceptable, ear candy), they're songs for people who need advice; you may not necessarily want to listen but some may need to listen to them. Reba gives another amazing performance, her best since 1994's "Read My Mind." A strong 4 stars.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Peter Durward Harris HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWER on January 20, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Two outstanding duets and ten great solo tracks ensure that this album is well up to the standard Reba set in the nineties. The title track, one of many ballads here, features the brilliant, highly successful duo of Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn. Reba tugs at the heart with wonderful, emotional songs like I wouldn't know, Invisible and Lonely alone. Much more cheerful is the brilliant Forever love, one of the country number one hits from this album.
Face to face is a duet featuring Linda Davis (who has a voice reminiscent of Janie Fricke), a former backing singer for Reba. These two recorded a duet in the early nineties (Does he love you), which did not appear on any original album by either of them but can be found on various compilations, including Reba's second volume of MCA greatest hits. Both their duets, though very different from each other, follow the same general theme of two women fighting over one man. Linda's solo music is also well worth listening to, if you can find it.
The tempo picks up a little on One honest heart (about the quest for a trustworthy man) and picks up even more on I'll give you something to miss (a sassy song in which Reba plays hard to get) and Wrong night.
This is a high quality album from the most successful country queen of her generation.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jake Z on November 11, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Reba released a string of good albums from the mid 90s to the late 90s, these included READ MY MIND (1994), STARTING OVER (1995), WHAT IF ITS YOU (1996), SO GOOD TOGETHER (1999) and this one, IF YOU SEE HIM (1998). Sporting an even shorter cut than shown in the pictures of the WHAT IF ITS YOU album, Reba's IF YOU SEE HIM album has some great country and AC type songs. "If You See Him/If You See Her" is a joint collaboration with Brooks & Dunn, who she was touring with at the time. It's a nice emotional ballad, and also the first single of the album. It's a pretty emotional album, and one of her best if you ask me. There's some great uptempo country on songs like "I'll Give You Something To Miss" and "Wrong Night". I think the ballads are the most impressive though, "Up & Flying", "Heart Hush", "Lonely Alone", "Forever Love", "All This Time", "I Wouldn't Know" and "Invisible" are all great great ballads, not one dud anywhere. The duet with Linda Davis, "Face To Face", deserves a nod because it's fabulous and it should have been a single. Overall a strong collection of material from Reba!
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