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Neal McCoy - Pride: A Tribute to Charley Pride mp3 download

Performer: Neal McCoy
Title: Pride: A Tribute to Charley Pride
Style: Neo-Traditionalist Country,Contemporary Country
Location: Allentown Studios
Duration: 37:19
Released: September 24, 2013
Size MP3 version: 1212 mb
Size FLAC version: 1234 mb
Size WMA version: 1818 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 540
Genre: Country

Neal McCoy - Pride: A Tribute to Charley Pride mp3 download

This week, Neal McCoy partnered with Cracker Barrel's Old Country Store for the relaunch of Pride: A Tribute to Charley Pride, complete with two new cuts.

Pride: A Tribute to Charley Pride. Pride: A Tribute to Charley Pride is an album by American country music singer Neal McCoy. It was released on September 24, 2013. The album is a tribute to Charley Pride, featuring covers of Pride's songs. Darius Rucker, Raul Malo, and Trace Adkins are featured performers. Is Anybody Goin' to San Antone" (Dave Kirby, Glenn Martin) - 3:30. I'm Just Me" (Martin) - 2:57.

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The album is a tribute to Charley Pride, featuring covers of Pride's songs Contents. Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. Pride: A Tribute to Charley Pride – Neal McCoy". Retrieved September 24, 2013. "Neal McCoy Chart History (Top Country Albums)".

Neal McCoy is the self-titled album released by American country music artist Neal McCoy in 1996. His fifth studio album overall, it features the singles "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye" (a cover of The Casinos' hit single from 1967), "Going, Going, Gone" (previously recorded by Bryan White on his self-titled debut album), and "That Woman of Mine". The song "Hillbilly Rap" is a country rap song which samples "The Banana Boat Song", "The Ballad of Jed Clampett", and "Rapper's Delight".

Neal McCoy and Charley Pride go way back. After McCoy won a Dallas talent contest in 1981, he was introduced to the country legend and became his opening act for many years - an experience for which McCoy says "there was no substitute. He took me under his wing. Him and his wife Rozene became like parents to my wife Melinda and I," McCoy tells The Boot. In 2013, McCoy released 'Pride: a Tribute to Charley Pride,' which featured 11 of Pride's many tunes, but "when you get guy that has 39 No. 1s and 50-something big ol' hits, it's hard to narrow it down," McCoy says. I thought it was a terrific thing that Cracker Barrel got involved and wanted a couple extra ones put on there," McCoy says.

Neal is able to give a modern twist to the Charley Pride songs that we know and love. One person found this helpful.

The album contains Neal’s versions of 13 songs made famous by the legendary Pride. Highlights include Neal performing duets with three of country music’s greatest voices. He sings Roll On Mississippi with Trace Adkins, I’m Just Me with Raul Malo, and Pride’s signature song (which earned songwriter Ben Peters a GRAMMY Award in 1972 for Best Country song), Kiss an Angel Good Mornin’ with Darius Rucker

Neil McCoy (also assorted guests) Pride: A Tribute To Charley Pride Country 2013 320Kbps CBR. A moment of reflection will reveal that Charley Pride is a natural idol for Neal McCoy. A trailblazing traditionalist of the '60s and '70s, Pride broke the color barrier for popular country music - there had been African-American country singers long before him; Ray Charles blurred the boundaries between country and soul a few years before him, and Pride had peers like Stoney Edwards, but Charley was the first black country superstar - due in part to his. easy, friendly way with a song.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Is Anybody Goin' to San Antone Dave Kirby / Glenn Martin Neal McCoy 3:30
2 I'm Just Me Glenn Martin Neal McCoy 2:57
3 Kiss an Angel Good Mornin' Ben Peters Neal McCoy 3:06
4 Kaw-Liga Fred Rose / Hank Williams Neal McCoy 3:54
5 You're So Good When You're Bad Ben Peters Neal McCoy 3:35
6 It's Gonna Take a Little Bit Longer Ben Peters Neal McCoy 2:47
7 Roll On Mississippi Kye Fleming / Dennis Morgan Neal McCoy 3:52
8 Just Between You and Me Jack Clement Neal McCoy 3:07
9 Mountain of Love Harold Kenneth Dorman Neal McCoy 3:15
10 Someone Loves You Honey Don Devaney Neal McCoy 3:03
11 You're My Jamaica Kent Robbins Neal McCoy 4:13


Trace Adkins - Featured Artist
Matt Allen - Engineer
David Angell - Primary Artist
Robert Bailey, Jr. - Vocals (Background)
Jim Burnett - Executive Producer, Photography
Chad Carlson - Engineer
Jack Clement - Composer
Eric Conn - Mastering
Juanita Copeland - Production Coordination
J.T. Corenflos - Guitar (Electric)
Dennis Crouch - Bass (Upright)
Eric Darken - Percussion
David Davidson - Primary Artist
Don Devaney - Composer
Harold Kenneth Dorman - Composer
Mark Douthit - Sax (Baritone), Sax (Tenor)
Jeneé Fleenor - Fiddle
Kye Fleming - Composer
Paul Franklin - Dobro, Guitar (Steel)
Garth Fundis - Horn Arrangements, Mixing, Producer, Vocals (Background)
Barry Green - Trombone
Gordon Hammond - Engineer, Mixing
Vicki Hampton - Vocals (Background)
Wes Hightower - Vocals (Background)
Dave Kirby - Composer
Anthony LaMarchina - Primary Artist
Stephen Lamb - Copyist
Chris Leuzinger - Electric Slide Guitar
B. James Lowry - Guitar (Acoustic)
Raul Malo - Featured Artist
Glenn Martin - Composer
Neal McCoy - Primary Artist
Dennis Morgan - Composer
Greg Morrow - Drums, Percussion
Robert K. Oermann - Liner Notes
Russ Pahl - Guitar (Electric), Guitar (Steel), Mandolin
Derek Parnell - Engineer
Steve Patrick - Trumpet
Ben Peters - Composer
Charley Pride - Tributee
Becky Priest - Vocals (Background)
Mickey Raphael - Harmonica
Kent Robbins - Composer
Mike Rojas - Keyboards
Fred Rose - Composer
Darius Rucker - Featured Artist
Pam Sixfon - Primary Artist
Jimmie Lee Sloas - Bass (Electric)
Mike Stankiewicz - Engineer
Jeff Taylor - Accordion
Mary Kathryn Van Osdale - Primary Artist
Kris Wilkinson - Primary Artist, String Arrangements
Hank Williams - Composer