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Duets: Friends & Legends


Download links and information about Duets: Friends & Legends by Anne Murray. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Rock, Country, Pop genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:01:53 minutes.

Artist: Anne Murray
Release date: 2007
Genre: Rock, Country, Pop
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:01:53
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No. Title Length
1. Danny's Song (Duet With Martina McBride) 4:00
2. I Just Fall In Love Again (Duet With Dusty Springfield) 3:14
3. Another Pot O' Tea (Duet With Emmylou Harris) 3:34
4. Daydream Believer (Duet With Nelly Furtado) 2:51
5. Somebody's Always Saying Goodbye (Duet With Jann Arden) 4:21
6. Song for the Mira (Duet With Celtic Woman) 3:52
7. Time Don't Run Out On Me (Duet With Carole King) 3:30
8. Cotton Jenny (duet With Olivia Newton John) 3:23
9. A Love Song (Duet With K.d. Lang) 3:07
10. You Needed Me (Duet With Shania Twain) 3:42
11. Nobody Loves Me Like You Do (Duet With Dawn Langstroth) 4:04
12. You Won't See Me (Duet With Shelby Lynn) 4:17
13. Could I Have This Dance (Duet With Amy Grant) 3:18
14. A Little Good News (Duet With Indigo Girls) 3:58
15. Snowbird (Duet With Sarah Brightman) 2:15
16. When I Fall In Love (Live) [Duet With Celine Dion] 3:50
17. Si Jamais Je Te Revois (If I Ever See You Again) [Duet With Isabelle Boulay] 4:37



For her 34th studio album, Anne Murray recorded a set of duets with many of her favorite female singers, from Nelly Furtado to Sarah Brightman. There are a number of country duet partners here, such as Shania Twain, Emmylou Harris, and Martina McBride, but there are even more pop-oriented women singing with Murray, encompassing the likes of Celtic Woman and Celine Dion. This makes perfect sense, as Murray's always straddled the pop-country fence effortlessly. Her singing on Duets: Friends and Legends is just as effortless. Now in her fifth decade as an active recording artist, her voice hasn't lost a beat, sounding just as pure and clear as it did on 1970s "Snowbird" (done here with a surprisingly relaxed, easy vocal from Brightman, sounding for all the world like a young Olivia Newton-John). The majority of these songs are ones which have been sizeable hits for Murray in the past, most of which work nicely recast as duets, or at least showcases for harmony singing. There are exceptions, of course: sadly, the late Dusty Springfield's voice doesn't fit "I Just Fall in Love Again" at all, and Nelly Furtado sounds mightily out of place on "Daydream Believer." But for each of those there's an Emmylou Harris on "Another Pot o' Tea," k.d. lang matching Murray perfectly on "A Love Song," and most of all, Shania Twain showing up with what might be the best vocal of her career on the classic "You Needed Me." Murray clearly inspired most of her duet partners to bring their "A" games, and since she's pretty much always on hers (and Phil Ramone, of all people, provides sterling production which knows when to stay out of the way), what results is often magical.