Reba McEntire - Whoever's In New England download album
Music video by Reba McEntire performing Whoever's In New England. C) 1986 MCA Nashville.
Whoever's In New England.
Whoever's in New England is the tenth studio album of American country music artist Reba McEntire, released on February 10, 1986. It is her first album on the Billboard country albums chart, producing two singles that were country hits: "Whoever's in New England", and "Little Rock. The album's phenomenal success proved to be a turning point in McEntire's career
Whoever's in New England," which quickly soared to number one on the country singles charts (and later won McEntire her first Grammy for Best Female Country Vocal Performance), was reason enough for the album named after it to be considered a triumph . Either of these songs could have been a chart hit on its own if released as a single.
When whoever's in New England is through with you And Boston finds better things to do You know it's not too late Cause you'll always have a place to come back to When whoever's in New England's through with you. I hear the winter time up north can last forever I've been told it's beautiful to see this time of year They say the snow can blind you till the world you left behind Just disappears I hear. I've packed your bags and left them in the hallway But before you leave again There's just one thing you ought to know When the icy wind blows through.
Whoever's in New England" by Reba McEntire. Wicked Little Critta" by They Might Be Giants. Winter Afternoon by . in Boston" by Jonathan Richman. Young New England" by Transit. Little Rock (Reba McEntire song). Little Rock" is a song written by Pat McManus, Bob DiPiero and Gerry House, and recorded by American country music artist Reba McEntire. Reba Nell McEntire is the eleventh studio album by American country music singer Reba McEntire. It was released on February 10, 1986, by Mercury Records. The album comprises songs recorded during McEntire's time at Mercury Records, but not released until years after her departure from the label. Mercury Records released the album on the same day that MCA Records released McEntire's tenth studio album, Whoever's in New England. What Am I Gonna Do About You (song).
BPM Profile Whoever's in New England. Album starts at BPM, ends at 97BPM (+97), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Reba McEntire. My Kind of Christmas. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.
Reba Nell McEntire was born March 28, 1955, in McAlester, Oklahoma, to Jacqueline (née Smith; born November 6, 1926) and Clark Vincent McEntire (November 30, 1927 – October 23, 2014). Her father, and her grandfather John Wesley McEntire (February 19, 1897 – February 13, 1976) were both champion steer ropers and her father was a World Champion steer roper three times (in 1957, 1958 and 1961). Rulhlmann criticized the title track for "something of the feel of 'Whoever's in New England' in its portrayal of a woman trying to recover from a painfully ended love affair". The title track was the lead single from the release and became a number-one single shortly after its release. This album also spawned a second number-one in "One. This article is about the album. For the song, see Whoever's in New England (song). Whoever's in New England. Studio album by Reba McEntire. The album's phenomenal success proved to be a turning point in McEntire's career. It was the singer's first platinum record, and solidified her new superstardom when she was named the 'Entertainer of the Year' by the Country Music Association in autumn 1986. The album also marked another milestone, McEntire made her first music video for the title track. Eventually, McEntire would become known for her 'mini-movie'-styled music videos.
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|A1||Can't Stop Now
Written-By – G. Nicholson*, W. Waldman*
|A2||You Can Take The Wings Off Me
Written-By – E. Setser*, T. Seals*
|A3||Whoever's In New England
Written-By – K. Franceschi*, Q. Powers*
|A4||I'll Believe It When I Feel It
Written-By – B. Jones*, C. Waters*, T. Shapiro*
|A5||I've Seen Better Days
Written-By – D. Morrison*, R. Lane*
Written-By – B. DiPiero*, G. House*, P. McManus*
|B2||If You Only Knew
Written-By – D. Rae, J. Mariash*
|B3||One Thin Dime
Written-By – J. Leap*, M. Heeney*
|B4||Don't Touch Me There
Written-By – M. Heeney*
|B5||To Make That Same Mistake Again
Written-By – R. Leigh*, R. Murrah*
- Manufactured By – RCA Music Service – C 154278
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – MCA Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – MCA Records, Inc.
- Distributed By – MCA Records, Inc.
- Producer – Jimmy Bowen, Reba McEntire
NotesBlack shell cassette.
|MCA-5691||Reba McEntire||Whoever's In New England (LP, Album, Pin)||MCA Records||MCA-5691||US||1986|
|MCAD-31304||Reba McEntire||Whoever's In New England (CD, Album)||MCA Records||MCAD-31304||US||1986|
|MCAC-5691||Reba McEntire||Whoever's In New England (Cass, Album)||MCA Records||MCAC-5691||US||1986|
|MCAC-5691||Reba McEntire||Whoever's In New England (Cass, Album, Club, Dol)||MCA Records||MCAC-5691||Canada||1986|
|5691-1||Reba McEntire||Whoever's In New England (LP, Album)||MCA Records||5691-1||Australia||1986|