Entertainment Weekly - 10/30/92, p.85
"..As ever, Morgan is a take-charge singer with more than a little vulnerability beneath her steely surface as well as an ability to adopt pop stylings without straining her country credibililty.." - Rating: B
Personnel: Lorrie Morgan (vocals); Larry Byrom (acoustic guitar); Steve Gibson (acoustic & electric guitar); Jerome Kimbrough (acoustic guitar); Sonny Garrish (steel guitar); Glen Duncan (fiddle, mandolin); Mitch Humphries, Carl Marsh, Mark E. Blumberg, John Barlow Jarvis (keyboards); Glenn Worf (bass); Paul Leim (drums, percussion); Tom Roady (percussion); Lisa Daniel, Jimmy Griffin, Richard Mainegra, Rick Yancey, Dennis Wilson, Curtis Young, Michael Black, Jessica Boucher, Lisa Silver, Angela Kaset (background vocals).
Recorded at Emerald Sound Studios, Nashville, Tennessee.
Morgan's second and third albums each improved on the last. Watch Me contains more good songs than the first two combined, including "I Guess You Had to Be There" and "From Our House to Yours" but not "What Part of No" or the remake of Bonnie Tyler's 1978 hit "It's a Heartache." ~ Brian Mansfield