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Neal Mccoy / Be Good At It / Life Of The Party
Artist: Neal Mccoy
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 09/08/2023
UPC: 5013929811041

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1. That Woman of Mine
2. Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye
3. Me Too
4. It Should've Happened That Way
5. I Ain't Complainin'
6. Going, Going, Gone
7. 7Betcha Can't Do That Again
8. She Can
9. If It Hadn't Been So Good
10. Hillbilly Rap - Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)/Ballad of Jed Clampett/Rapper's Delight
11. If You Can't Be Good, Be Good at It
12. I Know You
13. You'll Always Be in My Life
14. Same Boots
15. Back
16. Love Happens Like That
17. Party on
18. Broken Record
19. 21 to 17
20. Basic Goodbye
21. The Shake
22. I Was
23. Lipstick on the Radio
24. Only You
25. The Girls of Summer
26. New Old Songs
27. The Life of the Party
28. Completely
29. That's Not Her
30. Ain't Nothin' Like It
31. The Strongest Man in the World
32. Straighten Up and Fly Right
33. Count on Me
34. Forever Works for Me (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)
35. My Life Began with You
36. What Would Love Say
37. Beatin' It in
38. Every Man for Himself
39. Disconnected
40. A Love That Strong
41. 24 - 7 - 365
42. The Key to Your Heart

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First time coupling of these four albums. Recordings from 1996 - 2000. Includes 13 chart singles. Hubert Neal McGaughey, Jr. Was born in Jacksonville, Texas on 30th July 1958. His father was of Irish descent and his mother was Filipino, their heritages adding to his music mix. As Neil McCoy he learned his craft by singing in a church choir and changed his name as his career developed. Neal McCoy's influences included country, R&B, swing, disco and jazz with further influences from rodeo concert performers. He much preferred singing country music, however, and started making a name for himself as a lively performer working the bars and clubs in East Texas. He would entertain with a combination of Country standards and Pop classics. In 1981 he was spotted appearing in a Dallas talent show by the talented singer Janie Fricke who sang his praises to Charley Pride. Charley Pride was equally impressed with McCoy's talents and signed him to his booking and management company, Chardon, after which McCoy toured with Pride for the next six years as his opening act. The first three albums in this collection were released on Atlantic Nashville Records and the fourth album, '24 - 7 - 365' was released on Giant Records

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