American singer-songwriter Kim Carnes has released 13 studio albumsone live albumfive compilation albumsand 48 singles including seven as a featured artist. She signed with Amos Records in and released her debut album Rest on Me in the same year.
Her self-titled second album was released in the following year. The song reached number 32 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. The album peaked at number 57 on the Billboard number 77 on the Canadian Albums Chart and number 89 on the Australian Albums Chart.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Kim Carnes discography Studio albums 13 Live albums Dont Fall In Love With A Dreamer - Kim Carnes - 30 Éxitos Compilation albums 5 Music videos 14 Singles 48 Soundtrack albums 3 American singer-songwriter Kim Carnes has released 13 studio albumsone live albumfive compilation albumsand 48 singles including seven as a featured artist.
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