Reba McEntire is the debut studio album by American country music singer-songwriter Reba McEntire. It was released on August 15, 1977, by Mercury Records. It featured her first single "I Don't Wanna Be a One Night Stand", as well as a cover of the Jennifer Warnes hit "Right Time of the Night" and the Hot hit "Angel in Your Arms". Her debut album was not a commercial success, failing to chart. It was re-issued on CD in 1993 and released digitally in 2012. Reba McEntire – lead vocals, background vocals.
Reba McEntire - One Promise Too Late. Still very much in mode, this single from her What Am I Gonna Do About You album has remained one of her best moments on record to date. The lyrics detail a woman who meets the person that ignites her passion - only after she found the man she’s married to. Unable to break the bond of matrimony, McEntire turned in a vocal that was both tortured, but content that she was doing the right thing. 2. Reba McEntire - Somebody Should Leave.
Reba McEntire returns for the 16th time to host the 2019 ACM Awards on April 7. From "Does She Love You" to "Fancy," here are the best songs by the country music icon. McEntire turned Clarkson's 2005 hit into an incredible cover for her 2007 Reba Duets album. LISTEN NOW. 3 "Does He Love You". If you're ever asked to name a quintessential McEntire song, turn up the volume on this 1993 classic. Featuring McEntire's backup singer Linda Davis, the two trade stories back and forth about being in love with the same man. The cheating anthem earned the two singers a vocal collaboration Grammy.
Songs in album Reba McEntire - The Best Of Reba McEntire (1985). 1. (You Lift Me) Up To Heaven. 02:48 192 Кб/с 173. There Ain't No Future In This. 02:37 192 Кб/с 116. 3. I Don't Think Love Ought To Be That Way. Reba McEntire. 02:43 192 Кб/с 70. 4.
Reba McEntire songs are some of the most important and popular of the last several decades of country music. She has created one of the most successful careers in the genre by choosing to record some of the best songs in country music, in a wide array of styles. McEntire has had such a long and varied career that it's impossible to encompass her best work in a Top 10 list, so we were forced to list her Top 20 songs instead
List of Reba McEntire country songs, ranked from best to worst by the Ranker community. Since her career began in 1970's, McEntire has awed us with some of the most beautiful country music the world has ever known. All 93 of Reba McEntire's singles are included here, but real.
Reba's 2009 album "Keep On Loving You" peaked at on both the Country and All-Genre Charts, it is certified Gold. It's singles include "Strange" (peaked at "Consider Me Gone" (peaked at and "I Keep On Loving You" (peaked at 6 Love Somebody. Reba's 2015 comeback album peaked at on the Country Charts (continuing her record for most Billboard albums by a female country singer) and on the All-Genre Chart
Reba Mcentire lyrics. Browse by album: ▼ New Songs. 20th Century Masters - Christmas Collection: Reba McEntire (2006). Room To Breathe (2003).
You can also sort the list of songs by year recorded (from oldest to newest, and from most recent to first recorded), by Song Rank (popularity rank of song versus all other songs) and by album name. All Reba McEntire Songs.
- Disc 1
Why Not Tonight
Nancy Montgomery / David Stringfellow / Jon Vezner
What Am I Gonna Do About You?
Jim Allison / Doug Gilmore / Bob Simon
Lookin' for a New Love Story
Dave Loggins / Donny Lowery
Take Me Back
Jerry Fuller / John Hobbs
My Mind Is on You
Dave Loggins / Don Schlitz
Let the Music (Lift You Up)
Troy Seals / Eddie Setser
I Heard Her Cryin'
No Such Thing
Gene Nelson / Paul Nelson
One Promise Too Late
Dave Loggins / Don Schlitz / Lisa Silver
Till It Snows in Mexico
Roger LaVoie / Gordon Payne
- Disc 2
It's Your Call
Bruce Burch / Shawna Harrington-Burkhart / Liz Hengber
Straight from You
Gary Harrison / Tim Mensy
Take It Back
Baby's Gone Blues
Pat Bunch / Mary Ann Kennedy / Pamela Rose
The Heart Won't Lie
Kim Carnes / Donna Weiss
One Last Good Hand
Gary Burr / John Jarrard
He Wants to Get Married
Sandy Knox / Anthony Little
Shawna Harrington-Burkhart / Liz Hengber / Reba McEntire
Will He Ever Go Away
Gerry House / William Robinson
Lighter Shade of Blue
Max D. Barnes / Skip Ewing / Troy Seals
Chuck Ainlay - Overdub Engineer Jim Allison - Composer Max D. Barnes - Composer Terry Barth - Hair Stylist Eddie Bayers - Drums Matt Betton - Drums Narvel Blackstock - Management Jimmy Bowen - Producer Mickey Braithwaite - Art Direction, Design Tony Brown - Producer Bob Bullock - Mixing Pat Bunch - Composer Bruce Burch - Composer Gary Burr - Composer Kim Carnes - Composer Mark J. Coddington - Engineer Bill Cooley - Guitar (Electric) Terry Crisp - Guitar (Steel) Linda Davis - Vocals (Background) Skip Ewing - Composer Jerry Fuller - Composer Vince Gill - Vocals (Background) Doug Gilmore - Composer John Guess - Engineer, Mixing, Overdub Engineer Vicki Hampton - Vocals (Background) Shawna Harrington-Burkhart - Composer Gary Harrison - Composer Liz Hengber - Composer John Hobbs - Composer, Organ, Piano Suzy Hoskins - Vocal Harmony Gerry House - Composer David Hungate - Guitar (Bass) Kristy Jackson - Composer John Jarrard - Composer John Barlow Jarvis - Piano, Synthesizer Mary Ann Kennedy - Composer, Vocals (Background) Tim Kish - Engineer Sandy Knox - Composer Donnie LaValley - Guitar (Steel) Roger LaVoie - Composer Paul Leim - Drums Simon Levy - Art Direction Anthony Little - Composer Dave Loggins - Composer Donny Lowery - Composer George Marinelli Jr. - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Mandolin Russ Martin - Engineer Donna McElroy - Vocals (Background) Pake McEntire - Vocal Harmony Reba McEntire - Composer, Make-Up, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocal Harmony, Vocals (Background) Joe McGlohon - Saxophone Glenn Meadows - Digital Editing, Mastering Tim Mensy - Composer Nancy Montgomery - Composer Gene Nelson - Composer Paul Nelson - Composer Jessie Noble - Project Coordinator Gordon Payne - Composer Ann Payne-Rice - Stylist Willie Pevear - Overdub Engineer Don Potter - Guitar (Acoustic) Michael Rhodes - Bass Jamie D. Robbins - Vocals (Background) William Robinson - Composer Chris Rodriguez - Vocals (Background) Matt Rollings - Piano, Synthesizer Pamela Rose - Composer, Vocals (Background) Mala Sandhu - Graphic Design Don Schlitz - Composer Troy Seals - Composer Eddie Setser - Composer Lisa Silver - Composer Bob Simon - Composer Karen Staley - Composer Harry Stinson - Vocals (Background) David Stringfellow - Composer Steve Tillisch - Overdub Engineer Ron Treat - Engineer Jon Vezner - Composer Billy Joe Walker, Jr. - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric) Donna Weiss - Composer Marty Williams - Engineer, Overdub Engineer