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Rev it Up is one of Candy's first studio albums aka "vintage" cds! If you want to hear many some of the top charting Texas Music hits (Like "Hard to Be Good in Texas", "Rev It Up", "Fire on the Mountain" featuring George McCorkle-from the Marshall Tucker Band) you will want to add this album to your old school Candy collection for sure!

Rev It Up (CD)

  • Rev It Up--Credits-

    Mike Rojas—Keys/B3 Organ/Synth/Accordian; Greg Morrow—Drums; Wayne Killius—Drums & Percussion; Chris Leuzinger—Electric, Acoustic, & Baritone Guitar;  John Willis—Electric, Acoustic, Electric & 12-String Guitar; Kenny Vaughan—Electric & Acoustic Guitar; Mike Brignardello—Bass; Mark Prentice—Bass; Thanks to George McCorkle—Guest Vocal & Guitar on “Fire on the Mountain”; Thanks to Jon Randall—Guest Vocal on “Hard To Be Good In Texas”; Mike Johnson—Steel; James Pennebaker—Fiddle, Mandolin, Steel Guitar; D Scott Miller—Acoustic, Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Percussion; Jonell Mosser—Background Vocals; Perry Coleman—Background Vocals; Liana Manis—Background Vocals; John Saylor, Recording Engineer (tracks 1,4,6,7 Recorded @ The Parlor Studio); Steven Warren—2nd Engineer (Groove Room); Adam Crawford—3rdEngineer (Groove Room); Chris Furbush—Asst. Engineer (The Parlor Studio); Tony Beazley—Enhanced CD Video Mastering; Custom Guitar Strap & Belts by—, St. Louis, MO; Custom Belt Buckles by—Andrea Young Designs, St. Louis, MO; Photo Shoot Stylist—Kathy Ferrara, St. Louis, MO; Photography—Cd Cover Pic—Gregg Goldman Photography, St. Louis, MO; CD Mftg—Art Direction & Designer—Lisa Sutton; Various photos by—Peggy Wells, Don Adams Jr. and many sent in from fans;  Music Video—Directed by Benjamin Meade & Avila University Film Crew; Boots provided by

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