's 1978 album Out of a Dream
, reissued in its entirety on this budget-line CD, steps away from the hard country leanings of her first album and toward the more pop-oriented direction she would subsequently explore. Five of the songs on this album made the country Top 40, including "Last Night, Ev'ry Night," "Sweet Dreams," "(I Still Long to Hold You) Now and Then," "That Makes Two of Us" (a duet with Jacky Ward
), and, perhaps the best of the bunch, "Runaway Heart." Other highlights are the biographical "Daddy" and "It's Gotta Be Love," both of which are stronger than some of the Top 40 singles.