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New Kind of Feeling

 

New Kind of Feeling

New Kind of Feeling
Studio album by Anne Murray
Released January 1979
Recorded Eastern Sound, Toronto
Genre Country
Label Capitol
Producer Jim Ed Norman
Anne Murray chronology
Let's Keep It That Way
(1978)
New Kind of Feeling
(1979)
I'll Always Love You
(1979)

New Kind of Feeling is the 13th studio album by Anne Murray, issued in January 1979 on Capitol Records. The album continued her chart success from the previous year's Let's Keep it That Way, reaching number 2 and 23 on the U.S. country and pop album charts, respectively. In Murray's native Canada, New Kind of Feeling reached number 1 on the country album charts, and number 6 on the pop album charts. In the U.S., both of the album's singles, "Shadows in the Moonlight" and "I Just Fall in Love Again", topped both the country and A/C singles charts; both songs also charted in the top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100, with "Shadows in the Moonlight" reaching number 25,and "I Just Fall In Love Again" reaching number 12.

Track listing

  1. "Shadows in the Moonlight" (Charlie Black, Rory Michael Bourke)
  2. "You've Got What it Takes" (Berry Gordy, Gwen Gordy Fuqua, Tyran Carlo)
  3. "I Just Fall in Love Again" (Steve Dorff, Larry Herbstritt, Gloria Sklerov, Harry Lloyd)
  4. "Take This Heart" (Robin Battreau)
  5. "Yucatan Cafe" (Adam Mitchell)
  6. "You Needed Me" (Randy Goodrum)*[1]
  7. "For No Reason at All" (Barry Mann)
  8. "Raining in My Heart" (Felice and Boudleaux Bryant)
  9. "That's Why I Love You" (Andrew Gold, Gene Garfin)
  10. "(He Can't Help It If) He's Not You" (Steve Gillette)
  11. "Heaven is Here" (Gene McLellan)
  • "You Needed Me" was on the UK album version of New Kind Of Feeling (E-ST 11849) and also on her previous album Let's Keep It That Way.

Personnel

  • Keyboards - Pat Riccio, Jr., Brian Gatto
  • Drums & Percussion - Jorn Anderson
  • Bass - Peter Cardinali
  • Guitars - Aidan Mason, Brian Russell, Bob Man
  • Steel Guitar & Dobro - Bob Lucier
  • Strings & Horns arranged by Rick Wilkins & Peter Cardinali

References

[1] From physical copy of album issued in the UK.


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