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Mister Ego

by Harry King

Harry King who has 3 three platinum albums and ten gold singles to his credits shines a Big SPOTLIGHT on FOOTBALL MAYHEM with his creative hip hop song MISTER EGO !!
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Comedy Rap
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Background on Harry King

Harry King the producer, arranger and singer hails from Texas and Maine, Harry has three platinum albums and two gold singles for projects he played keyboards on. The platinum albums are: The Carter Volume 2 and The Evolution of Robin Thicke. Also Harry has two gold singles for records and has produced Engelbert Humperdinck, Joe Perry of Aerosmith, Freddy Cannon and the Afternoon Delights and played keys on Robin Thicke's first two albums and Lil' Wayne's "The Carter Volume 2." A recent You Tube video makes a plea to Americans to help our missing POW/MIAs in the song "Bring Me Home." which is written by outstanding songwriter Wendell Austin.

Joe Pickering Sharing

Our lives store up memories that sustain us in life. So, I try to write song lyrics that penetrate the heart. Meaningful songs make us think. They make us feel. They make us be. By capturing these memories in song we are all brought together. I have written on many topics about Sports Heroes, baseball, football, and rodeo. Heroes too who have fought in wars or faced discrimination, war and peace, patriotism,love, romance loneliness and redemption and so many other subjects.

The “bible” of the Music Industry, The Green Book of Songs by Subject (www.greenbookofsongs.com), is a resource book which has more than 116,000 songs and album track listings recorded during the past 100 years. Only a small percentage of the songs in their database are ever featured in their Lists of the Week . I am honored by their featuring six of my songs.
Over the decades I've received many letters and quotes on my songs. Former President George H.W. Bush wrote saying the Bushes thoroughly enjoyed my Cowboy Santa songs, apparently,referring to my co-written song with Joe Terry Santa, you're just an Old Texas Cowboy. Mr. Marty Markowitz President of the Brooklyn City Council loved my songs about Ebbets Field, Gil Hodges, and Howlin Hilda. Mrs. Joan Hodges called to express her deep appreciation about my song about her husband. Mr Eddie and Ann Marie Feigner of the world famous King of his Court a four man softball team seen by millions wrote and spoke several times to say they loved my songs about them. U.S. Senator Susan Collins humorously wrote on a photo, “I'm humming your songs in the Halls of Congress.” I haven't se heard her “humming” but one song lyric of The Golden Greek has been reprinted in the U.S. Congressional Record in honor of Harry Agganis one of America's greatest all around athletes. Many members of the Agganis family have spoken and written about my song and how it touched them. The late great John Buck O'Neil praised my songs about the early black baseball players and the discrimination they fought against. Ed Rice the author of the book about the great Louis Sockalexis admired my song about him. Major and award winning sports writers such as the late great Maury Allan gave great quotes on my songs about Ebbets Field and Gil Hodges. Nick Tsiotis author of his great heart felt book about The Golden Greek and Jerrold Casway author of his excellent book Ed Delahanty in the Emerald Age of Baseball admired my songs. The quotes are too many to mention here but, one will suffice.

Sean Holtz of Baseball Almanac (http://www.baseball-almanac.com/) whose comprehensive baseball history site receives more than 40 million hits per month said:

“Honestly Joe, you are to baseball music, what Elvis Presley was to rock and roll. A true pioneer in a field full of controversy staying miles above the rest and creating a path all your own – a path many will try to follow and few will even come close.”

Songs of mine have been in an Emmy award winning HBO film narrated by Ben Affleck, played on national and international networks both radio and television Four of the CD's are in the National Baseball Hall of Fame Sound Library, reprinted in several of Harvey Frommer's Sports Book, and the Toronto Star and other publications including several articles by Juliana L'Heureux in the Maine Sunday Telegram. The Ballad of Paul Bunyan was named the Comedy Song of the Year by the Country Music Association of America. This song is also the official song of the Bangor Chamber Region of Commerce. Finally, Mr. Francois Gauthier the former Consul General of France in Boston wrote in a letter to me, “Listening to If this Rifle Could Talk is a moving experience and your song a beautiful tribute to those who liberated my country from tyranny. France will never forget the sacrifices of those American heroes.” I was deeply touched by Mr. Gauthier’s remarks.



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