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Charlie McCoy (Oak Hill, 28 marzo 1941) è un armonicista statunitense, interprete soprattutto di musica country. Imparò a suonare l'armonica a bocca e la chitarra all'età di otto anni, e dopo qualche anno anche la chitarra basso e la tromba. La sua prima registrazione come suonatore di armonica è del 1961, col brano I Just Don't Understand di Ann-Margret, per la RCA. In seguito fu scritturato dalla Monument Records e la sua reputazione crebbe notevolmente.
Charlie McCoy was perhaps the definitive Nashville session musician, a multi-talented performer best known for his harmonica playing and whose mastery of the instrument virtually defined its role within the context of modern country music. Though born in West Virginia on March 28, 1941, Charles Ray McCoy was raised in Miami, Florida, where he first picked up the harmonica at the age of eight. By his mid-teens, he was playing harmonica and guitar in an area rock & roll band, and a few years later graduated to traveling the Florida rock and country circuits as a backup performer.
|A1||I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry||2:25|
|A2||Boogie Woogie (Also Known As T.D.'s Boogie Woogie)||2:30|
|A3||I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You||2:41|
|A5||Orange Blossom Special (New Version)||2:49|
|B1||Today I Started Loving You Again||2:31|
|B4||I Really Don't Want To Know||3:06|
|B5||Silver Treads And Golden Needles||2:24|
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