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Examples of "mac_mcanally"
Album produced by Mark Miller and Mac McAnally, except "The Boys and Me (Dance Remix)" produced by Mark Miller, Mac McAnally, and Brian Tankersley.
1992 - Live and Learn - Mac McAnally (Engineer, Mixing)
"Southbound" is a song written and originally recorded by Mac McAnally for his 1990 album "Simple Life".
The CMA Songwriters Series returned to kick off the festival on 9 March and featured Kristian Bush, Maren Morris, Mac McAnally, Drake White and Liz Rose.
In "Last Call", she attempts to place a mind-controlling spell over Mac McAnally beer to influence the public at the United Center in Chicago.
Simple Life is a 1990 album by American country music singer Mac McAnally. It was released in 1990 by Warner Bros. Records Nashville.
Mac McAnally recorded it on his 1993 album "Live and Learn". McAnally's version was the b-side to the album's first single, which was its title track.
The album was recorded at Jimmy Buffett's studio and co-produced by Feat keyboard player Bill Payne with Mac McAnally of Buffett's Coral Reefer Band. "Something in the Water" was originally recorded by co-writer Jeffrey Steele.
"This Time" is a song written by Mark Miller and Mac McAnally and recorded by American country music group Sawyer Brown. It was released in November 1994 as the first new single from the album "Greatest Hits 1990-1995". The song reached number 2 on the "Billboard" Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
Titelman started his independent music label Walking Liberty Records in New York. One of his first productions for the label was the debut album by the Oklahoma based singer-songwriter Jared Tyler. Released in 2005, "Blue Alleluia" included guest appearances from Emmylou Harris, Mac McAnally and Mary Kay Place.
"Cafe on the Corner" is a song written by Mac McAnally, and recorded by American country music group Sawyer Brown. It was released in August 1992 as the first single and title track from the album "Cafe on the Corner". The song reached number 5 on the "Billboard" Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and number 2 on the Canadian "RPM" Country chart.
Kate's songwriting follows in the southern literary tradition with an emphasis on a sense of place, race, and religion. Her story-filled songs feature quirky characters and often deal with the region's complex issues. John Prine, Nanci Griffith, Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell, Guy Clark, Maura O'Connell, and Mac McAnally have provided guest vocals on her albums.
"The Boys and Me" is a song written by Mark Miller and Mac McAnally, and recorded by American country music group Sawyer Brown. It was released in October 1993 as the second single from the album "Outskirts of Town". The song reached number 4 on the "Billboard" Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
The soundtrack of "Hoot" (as appears on the accompanying soundtrack CD) has three elements: an original score, pop songs sung by a variety of artists, and pop songs (covers and originals) sung by Jimmy Buffett. The original score "Happy Ending" was composed by Mac McAnally, Michael Utley and Phil Marshall.
In addition to songs written or co-written by Buffett (including one with J.D. Souther), the album includes the 1934 jazz standard "Stars Fell on Alabama" penned by Mitchell Parish and Frank Perkins and "It's My Job" written by Mac McAnally, the beginning of a long-term collaboration that would lead to McAnally becoming a member of Buffett's Coral Reefer Band.
In 2012, Berry released his twentieth recording, and his first Christian project "RealMan RealLife RealGod". The lead single, Real Man, was penned by Berry, Mac McAnally and Lenny LaBlanc. John Berry also penned the politically themed anthem entitled "Give Me Back My America" that has been included in Berry's live shows for several years. The video was released in July 2012.
"Precious Thing" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Steve Wariner. It was released in July 1990 as the second single from the album "Laredo". The song reached #8 on the "Billboard" Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. Wariner wrote the song with Mac McAnally.
Bang Bang Bang is the 1999 album from The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. The title track reached number 52 on the US Country chart. The track "Down the Road" was originally recorded by Mac McAnally, and would later be a No. 1 in 2008 when he re-recorded it with Kenny Chesney.
"You're My First Lady" is a song written by Mac McAnally, and recorded by American country music artist T.G. Sheppard. It was released in March 1987 as the third single from the album "It Still Rains in Memphis". The song reached #2 on the "Billboard" Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
"One Owner Heart" is a song written by Walt Aldridge, Mac McAnally and Tom Brasfield, and recorded by American country music artist T.G. Sheppard. It was released in November 1984 as the second single and title track from the album "One Owner Heart". The song reached #4 on the "Billboard" Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.