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Reba played guitar in the group and wrote all the songs.
The group sang at rodeos and recorded "The Ballad of John Mc Entire" together.
Reba reportedly taught herself how to play the guitar.
On car rides home from their father's rodeo shows, the Mc Entire siblings learned songs and harmonies from their mother, eventually forming a vocal group called the "Singing Mc Entires" with her brother, Pake, and her younger sister Susie (her older sister Alice did not participate).
The album's cover of Patsy Cline's "Sweet Dreams" became Mc Entire's first Top 20 hit, reaching No.
She completed her second recording session September 16, which included the production of her second single, "(There's Nothing Like The Love) Between a Woman and Man", which reached only number 86 in March 1977.
After recording a demo tape, she signed a recording contract with Mercury Records in 1975.
Mc Entire made her first recordings for Mercury on January 22, 1976, when she released her debut single.
It was instead produced by Norro Wilson, although the album still had a distinguishable country pop sound.
Dissatisfied with the album's sound, she went to MCA president, Jimmy Bowen, who told Mc Entire to find material that was best-suited to her liking.