Tim McGraw could also be second solely to Willie Nelson with regards to sudden nation collaborations. His latest duet is a canopy of the Bellamy Brothers’ 1982 hit, “Redneck Woman,” along with his buddies (and labelmates) Midland. The monitor seems as a bonus monitor on McGraw’s just-released compilation, McGraw Machine Hits: 2013-2019.
“This has been an extended arduous 12 months for everybody and we thought a pleasant reminder of some outdated songs would deliver a smile. Right here they’re, similar to you remembered them,” McGraw wrote in an e-mail to followers. “We additionally added one thing new! We recorded a brand new model of the Bellamy Brothers hit, ’Redneck Woman’ with my buddies Midland. I all the time cherished this track and used to play it in bars once I was first beginning out. I hope you prefer it!”
The duvet model rapidly attracted the ear of David Bellamy, who wrote the track. “I used to be consuming my espresso this morning once I stumbled throughout this new monitor by Tim and Midland. It sounded acquainted!” he stated in an announcement coinciding with the discharge of the digital monitor earlier this month.
“We’ve identified Tim for years and we’re huge followers of him and Midland,” Bellamy added. Tim and people guys are actual stylists and so they infused the track with a shot of power and refreshing manufacturing. Nice job guys.”
“Redneck Woman” is only one of 5 collaborations on McGraw Machine Hits: 2013-2019. Different visitors embody Catherine Dunn (“Diamond Rings and Previous Barstools”), Florida Georgia Line (“Might We All”), Religion Hill (“In the meantime Again at Mama’s”), and Taylor Swift and Keith City (“Freeway Don’t Care). Different hits on the set embody “Humble and Type,” “Shotgun Rider,” and a bonus cowl of The Vehicles’ “Drive.”
McGraw added, “These 14 songs deliver again some nice recollections of these first years on Massive Machine Data. It was a particular chapter in my life and I’m glad to share it with you.”