January 25, 2005
EMI Music Distribution
Country, Country-Pop, Adult Contemporary, Soft Rock

Album Review

All of Me is a rather peculiar entry in Anne Murray's discography. After releasing I'll Be Seeing You in October of 2004, Straightway essentially reissued it (not even modifying the artwork, save for the title) with a second disc of Anne Murray's greatest hits. Die-hard fans should not be fooled by this attempt to purchase the same album twice, especially if they already own most of the well-known songs courtesy of another greatest-hits compilation. This slight misnomer aside, the first disc finds Murray in excellent form; a smooth collection of standards complete with well-arranged orchestrations that complement her already nearly pitch-perfect voice. The second disc includes some of Murray's finest moments including "Snowbird," "Danny's Song" and "You Needed Me." It's a sensible purchase for those newly initiated to Murray's sound, as they get essentially a two-for-one deal spanning her entire stellar career.
Rob Theakston, Rovi

Track Listing

  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
  16. Snowbird
  17. Danny's Song
  18. A Love Song
  19. You Won't See Me
  20. You Needed Me
  21. I Just Fall in Love Again
  22. Daydream Believer
  23. Broken Hearted Me
  24. Could I Have This Dance
  25. Shadows in the Moonlight
  26. A Little Good News
  27. Just Another Woman in Love
  28. Another Sleepless Night
  29. Time Don't Run Out on Me
  30. Now and Forever (You and Me)
  31. Nobody Loves Me Like You Do