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Neal McCoy

Be Good At It – 1997 (Atlantic)

Reviewed by Robert Loy

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The best moments here are the unintentionally humorous ones, with inept lyrics like "I know that I did you bad and badder/Must have been insane as an old mad hatter" (from "Back") or in the song "21 to 17" where the singer is recounting the great heartbreak of his life, but he must have been paying more attention to the football game since he remembers every detail about it even who threw the winning pass and to whom.