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Heart to Heart (Reba McEntire album)

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Heart to Heart
Reba McEntire - Heart to Heart.jpg
Studio album by Reba McEntire
Released September 1981
Studio Sound Stage Studios and Selby Sound, Nashville, TN.
Genre Country
Length 28:54
Label Mercury
Producer Jerry Kennedy
Reba McEntire chronology
Feel The Fire
Heart to Heart
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic2.5/5 stars[1]

Heart to Heart is Reba McEntire's fourth studio album. It was released via Mercury Records in 1981. The album includes the singles "Today All Over Again" and "Only You and You Alone," a cover of the doo-wop standard. Heart to Heart reached #42 on Top Country Albums.

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Track listing

1."Indelibly Blue"Jim Peterik3:21
2."Ease the Fever"Bob Morrison, Bill Zerface, Jim Zerface2:35
3."There Ain't No Love"Pat McManus2:24
4."How Does It Feel to Be Free"Stewart Harris, Keith Stegall3:21
5."Only You (And You Alone)"Buck Ram, Ande Rand2:50
6."Today All Over Again"Bobby Harden, Lola Jean Dillon3:16
7."Gonna Love Ya (Till the Cows Come Home)"Rick Carnes, Susan Drake2:50
8."Who?"Carnes, Chip Hardy2:19
9."Small Two-Bedroom Starter"Harry Shannon, Mitch Johnson3:03
10."Love by Love"B. Zerface, J. Zerface, Morrison, Johnny MacRae2:59


  • Reba McEntire – lead and background vocals
  • Jerry Carrigandrums
  • Mike Leech – bass
  • Hargus "Pig" Robbinskeyboards, piano
  • Ray Edenton – guitar
  • Gordon Kennedy – guitar
  • Pete Wade – guitar
  • Chip Young – guitar
  • Weldon Myrick - steel guitar
  • George Binkley III – strings
  • John David Boyle – strings
  • Marvin Chantry – strings
  • Ray Christensen – strings
  • Connie Ellisor – strings
  • Carl Gorodetzky – strings
  • Martin Katahn – strings
  • Sheldon Kurland – strings
  • Martha McCrory – strings
  • Dennis Molchan – strings
  • Samuel Terranova – strings
  • Gary VanOsdale – strings
  • Stephanie Woolf – strings
  • D. Bergen White – string arrangements, background vocals, mixing
  • Thomas Brannon – background vocals
  • Yvonne Hodges – background vocals
  • Susie McEntire – background vocals
  • Louis Dean Nunley – background vocals
  • Ricky Page – background vocals
  • Ricky Skaggs – background vocals
  • Trish Williams – background vocals
  • Dennis Wilson – background vocals
  • Jerry Kennedy – producer
  • Brent King – engineer, mixing
  • Steve Fralick – assistant engineer
  • Mike Psanos – assistant engineer, mix assistant
  • Hank Williams – mastering
  • Suha Gur – digital remastering



Chart (1981) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums[2] 42


Year Single Peak positions
US Country CAN Country
1981 "Today All Over Again" 5 8
"Only You (And You Alone)" 13


This page was last edited on 18 October 2018, at 22:53
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