Out of the Blue (Anne Kirkpatrick Album)
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Out of the Blue Anne Kirkpatrick Album

Out of the Blue
Out of the Blue by Anne Kirkpatrick.jpg
Studio album by
StudioThe Vault, ABC Studio 221; Sydney
LabelABC Records/Phonogram
ProducerMark Moffatt
Anne Kirkpatrick chronology
Two Singers One Song
Out of the Blue
The Best of Anne Kirkpatrick

Out of the Blue is the seventh studio album released by Australian country music singer Anne Kirkpatrick. The album was released in 1991. The album has been heralded as "a watershed album in Australian country music" and Kirkpatrick's "breakthrough album".[1][2]

At the ARIA Music Awards of 1992, Kirkpatrick was awarded the ARIA Award for Best Country Album; this was Kirkpatrick's first ARIA Award.[3]

At the Country Music Awards of Australia of 1992, Kirkpatrick won two golden guitar's; "Album of the Year" and "Female Vocalist of the Year" for the track "I Guess We've Been Together Too Long". This is the second time Kirkpatrick has won this award; her last coming in 1979.[4]

Track listing

1."I Guess We've Been Together for Too Long"Guy Clark, Rodney Crowell2:41
2."Train Wreck of Emotion"Alan Rhody, Jon Vezner3:28
3."I Don't Go Back Any More"Mike Reid, Troy Seals3:07
4."Take Your Time" 3:19
5."A Bottle of Wine and Patsy Cline"Melinda Anne Gravelle, Tommy Rocco3:18
6."Out of the Blue"Ray Morris4:00
7."The Same Mistake" 3:32
8."Sight for Sore Eyes"Clark, Vince Gill3:01
9."Broken Bleeding Hurtin' Heart"Genni Kane2:46
10."Sweet Moments" 2:13
11."The Dance"Kane, Chris Watson4:25
12."There Goes My Heart Again" 3:36
13."Goodbye"Arthur Baysting, Jere McAllister2:46

Release history

Region Date Format Edition(s) Label Catalogue
Australia 1991 Standard ABC Records/Phonogram 846595-2


  1. ^ "ANNE KIRKPATRICK". Cruisin Country. Retrieved 2018.
  2. ^ "ANNE KIRKPATRICK". Bridge of Love. Retrieved 2018.
  3. ^ "Winners by Year 1992". Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). Retrieved 2018.
  4. ^ "Golden Guitars". country. Retrieved 2018.

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