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Her father, James Carson Murray, was the town doctor.Her mother, Marion Margaret (née Burke) Murray, was a registered nurse who focused her life on raising her family and community charity work. Murray's father died in 1980 at the age of 72 from complications from leukemia.Bryan Adams and Murray closed the show with a duet, "What Would It Take".Anne Murray Duets: Friends & Legends was released in November 2007 in Canada and January 2008 in the U. The album comprised seventeen tracks that included many of Murray's biggest hits over her four-decade career, re-recorded as duets with other established, rising, and – in one case – deceased female singers.

lang, Nelly Furtado, Jann Arden, Québec's Isabelle Boulay, Murray's daughter Dawn Langstroth, Olivia Newton-John, Emmylou Harris, Martina Mc Bride, Shelby Lynne, Amy Grant, Carole King, the Indigo Girls, Irish sextet Celtic Woman, Dusty Springfield, and Sarah Brightman.After a summer of singing in local venues across the Maritimes, Murray began teaching physical education at the high school in Summerside, Prince Edward Island.After one year of teaching, she was offered a spot on the television show Let's Go, and returned to Singalong Jubilee.Anne Murray's debut album was on the Canadian Arc label, titled What About Me (Arc AS 782). 7 on the Hot 100) and "A Love Song" (1973); "He Thinks I Still Care" and her Top 10 cover of The Beatles' "You Won't See Me" (1974); her all-time biggest Hot 100 hit "You Needed Me" (1978) — though, the biggest hit of her career (and her personal favorite) peaked at No. 3 AC; "I Just Fall in Love Again", "Shadows in the Moonlight", and "Broken Hearted Me" (1979); her remake of The Beatles' "I'm Happy Just to Dance With You" (1980), which hit #64 on the Hot 100 and #23 on the Country chart; her revival of The Monkees' 1967 No.The lead single, the title cut, was written by Scott Mc Kenzie and was a sizable Canadian radio hit. 1 hit "Daydream Believer" and "Could I Have This Dance" from the Urban Cowboy motion picture soundtrack (1980); "Blessed Are the Believers" (1981); "Another Sleepless Night" (1982); "A Little Good News" (1983); 1984's "Just Another Woman in Love" and "Nobody Loves Me Like You Do" (a duet with Dave Loggins of 1974's "Please Come to Boston" fame and cousin of Kenny Loggins); and "Time, Don't Run Out On Me" (1985).