Mikey Goode | Junkyard Dog

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Junkyard Dog

by Mikey Goode

Junkyard Dog is Mikey Goode's story in 4 songs. How he grew up, the greatest love of his life, the hardest pain he's ever felt along with the burdensome baggage that follows and a song at the end of the album to bring the GOODe times back.
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Junkyard Dog
3:38 $0.99
2. A Better Man
3:34 $0.99
3. One More Beer with Dad
3:48 $0.99
4. Buy Me a Drink
3:49 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
This Junkyard Dog album was a summer long project recorded at JWVII Media studio in Greenwood, Indiana.
All songs were written by Mikey Goode
All songs were composed by Mikey Goode and Jeremy Woods, except for Buy Me A Drink that extends its guitar credits to Mr Steve Crawley. Also giving credit to Heather Parrett who made the awesome suggestion that the crowd be sad when "I'm almost finished." You are the reason that song is so GOODe!
All instruments were played by Jeremy Woods, Steve Crawley and Mikey Goode.

My Thanks:

To Steve and Heather,
I said from the beginning of this project that I wanted my favorite people involved. I am so humbled y'all said yes. Thank you.

To Jeremy,
My friend and brother. Simply stated, you are amazing. What I heard in my head and heart, you were able to put on a track, only ten thousand times better. Even better than your stellar talent is your heart. Thank you for letting me into your life and getting me through a pretty tough spot. I am forever grateful for your friendship. Thanks to your family as well for letting me in the door every Sunday. I love them dearly.

To my wife, Cris,
This album is your fault. This is what you get when you tell me you believe in me and you never say I can't. You really do make me a better man. I love you, sweetheart.

Lastly to my Daddy,

I missed that beer with you by 3 days. When I get to the other side of Heaven I'll be expecting to see you with a pole in your hand. Have a cold PBR and some salt ready...

Love y'all,



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