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Mac Davis' breakthrough album and the bearer of his biggest hit, Baby Don't Get Hooked on Me established Davis as a major performer as well as a songwriter. "Baby Don't Get Hooked on Me" topped the pop chart for three weeks and set the tone for this accomplished singer/songwriter album that straddles the lines between commercial pop, folk, and country. "Singer/songwriter" became a genre rather than a descriptor in the early '70s when artists like Davis, Jonathan Edwards, and James Taylor began mixing styles into a cohesive but hard-to-classify blend. Davis had less of a folk orientation than Edwards or Taylor, which may be why his music has a more period-specific sound, but he remains one of the most multi-talented artists of his day.

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Eternally Vexxed

This is to advise the Apple Corporation that I plan to be mildly indignant until they actually put a price on "Poor Boy Boogie". Just another example of the "suits" slamming it to the little guy, who just happens to be a closet Mac Davis fan. Viva la liberdad, or whatever they said in the Mexican Revolution when the Irish attacked...uh, just put a price on that song...but not higher that $1.29 corporate lackeys!!


Born: January 21, 1942 in Lubbock, TX

Genre: Country

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

At his commercial peak in the mid-'70s, Mac Davis was one of America's most popular entertainers, a countrypolitan-styled singer and actor who found considerable success in both fields. Born Scott Davis on January 21, 1942, in Buddy Holly's hometown of Lubbock, TX, he began performing in local rock groups while still in his teens. After moving to Georgia, Davis first broke into the music business in 1962, when he was hired by the Chicago-based record label Vee-Jay as their Atlanta-based regional...
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