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GREAT album...Yes, we need more Mac! esp. "Minimum Love!"

EXCELLENT ALBUM. WE NEED MORE MAC!!! Especially his MASTERPIECE early '80's gem, "Minimum Love." Come on Apple! Get this guy's whole catalog!

We Need More Mac!

Mac McAnally is without a doubt one of the greatest songwriters and guitarpickers, not to mention the fact that he is an all around great guy. Semi-True stories is a wonderful collection of songs that stick with you. You'll never get tired of listening to this album. As a lyricist, Mac follows in the footsteps of the greatest wordsmiths (William Faulkner, Walker Percy, Eudora Welty, etc.) all of whom are Mississippians. Mac's the guy from Belmont, Mississippi who holds a pen in one hand and an old Martin in the other. We need Mac's previous albums available.

Album is fresh and inspiring

Mac has always been a stapel for up and coming songwriters. A solid knack of storytelling and weaving a musican"s asrtistry with a tapestry of various Americana stories. How could I talk you into offering his debut album It"s A Crazy World? Surely the break out album for Mac and a classic to people lucky enough to take in this project. Surely it would produce lots of downloads and expose people to his best


Born: July 1, 1959 in Belmont, MS

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A prolific Nashville singer/songwriter who authored hits for Jimmy Buffett, Alabama, and Steve Wariner, Mac McAnally was born July 15, 1957, in Red Bay, AL. Singing in church throughout childhood, at age eight he began taking piano lessons and within five years was performing professionally; McAnally later took up guitar and at 15 composed his first song, "People Call Me Jesus." After quitting high school he went to work as a session player at Muscle Shoals' Wishbone Studios; one night, during a...
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