"The album that started it all! Although it didn't do very well at all, it had three singles released from it. "I Don't Want To Be A One Night Stand", "(There's Nothing Like The Love) Between A Woman And A Man" and "Glad I Waited Just For You.""
"Attempt #2 on Mercury records still didn't do very well. Half of the album was released to radio: "Last Night, Ev'ry Night", "That Makes Two Of Us", "Runaway Heart", "Sweet Dreams", and "(I Still Long To Hold You) Now And Then.""
"Three time's the charm, and that's also true for Reba McEntire. This CD gave Reba her first top 10 single with "(You Lift Me) Up To Heaven". Also had two more singles: "I Can See Forever In Your Eyes" and "I Don't Think Love Ought To Be That Way"."
"This album finally gave Reba a number one single. (Two in fact!) "Can't Even Get The Blues No More" and "You're The First Time I've Thought About Leaving". Also released from this album was "I'm Not That Lonely Yet"."
"Reba's last official album with Mercury Records "Behind The Scene" (which isn't available here)sprouted two singles: "There Ain't No Future In This" and "Why Do We Want (What We Know We Can't Have). After six albums with Mercury, Reba was convinced they were not the lable for her. She switched to MCA Records in 1984."
"Reba's first CD for MCA was JUST A LITTLE LOVE, and it was a disappointment on the charts. A little ahead of its time, maybe a little too pop flavored. It had two singles, "Just A Little Love" and "He Broke Your Memory Last Night"."
"Mercury took advantage of Reba's new success and released another album on their label, simply called Reba Nell McEntire. It included songs Reba had recorded for them, but were never officially released on any of her albums. The most famous is probably "Muddy Mississippi.""
"Reba followed Whoever's In New England with this CD, releasing three singles: "What Am I Gonna Do About You", "One Promise Too Late" and "Let The Music Lift You Up". Also on this CD is "Why Not Tonight" which was featured in Reba's first movie, Tremors."
"Reba's last traditional country music album was The Last One to Know. The title track went to number one, along with the other single from this CD "Love Will Find Its Way To You". This album was released in sync with Reba's divorce to her first husband."
""McEntire" was no longer needed to know who Reba was. And this album proved that. "Sunday Kind Of Love", "I Know How He Feels" and "New Fool At An Old Game" were released from this CD. "REBA" is probably her most pop flavored CD out of all of them."
"In 1991, Reba lost the majority of her band in a plane crash. This CD shows the sadness she was feeling. Four singles were released: "For My Broken Heart", "Is There Life Out There" (which was also made into a movie), "The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia", and "The Greatest Man I Never Knew"."
"Reba calls this one the sequal to "For My Broken Heart". She's obviously still hurting during the recording of this album. Singles include: "Take It Back", "It's Your Call" and the duet with Vince Gill "The Heart Won't Lie"."
"This double CD has a nice collection of early Reba, from all of her Mercury days (include the later released "Reba Nell McEntire"). Oklahoma Girl also has some never before released songs like "She Came On Like Lightnin'" and "Lovin' You, Lovin' Me". Nice addition to any collection."
"Read My Mind could be one of Reba's most impressing albums ever. Five singles were released from this CD: "Why Haven't I Heard From You", "And Still", the song about AIDS "She Thinks His Name Was John", "Till You Love Me" and another #1, "The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter"."
"This CD marked Reba's 20th year in the music business and to celebrate, she did an album full of songs she loved when she was younger. Singles include: "On My Own" (with Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride & Linda Davis), "Ring On Her Finger, Time On Her Hands" and "Starting Over Again". A dance mix of "You Keep Me Hangin' On" was also released (but is not available here)."
"In 1996, Reba's reign as country music's current queen was slowly fading. Although she was still going as strong as ever. This CD had four singles, including #1 "How Was I To Know". Also, "The Fear Of Being Alone", "I'd Rather Ride Around With You" and "What If It's You"."
"In 1997, Reba only released a CD single. The first time in a long time she didn't release a full CD in a year. The single "What If" was a promotional single. All donations were given to The Salvation Army."
"Reba's 3rd greatest hits included the title track "I'm A Survivor", the theme song for her TV show "REBA". Also released was "Sweet Music Man" which was produced by Alison Krauss. It didn't do well, but it was awesome."
"Reba returned to the music scene after taking 4 years off! And the result? Another #1 single: "Somebody"! Also released from this CD was "I'm Gonna Take That Mountain", "My Sister" and "He Gets That From Me"."
"A very impressive album of all Reba's #1 singles. Although not every song on this CD was a #1 single on Billboard charts, they all hit #1 one way or another. The two new singles (which didn't do very well on the charts) were "You're Gonna Be" and "Love Needs A Holiday"."
"Reba comes back strong with a collection of duets with everyone from Vince Gill and Faith Hill to Kelly Clarkson and Justin Timberlake. Although some songs are more "duets" than others, each track features a different musical guest. This CD has become Reba's all-time best seller in the first week of release and marking Reba's first time atop the Billboard 200!"