Shine (Pat McGee Band album)

Shine (Pat McGee Band album)

Infobox Album |
Name = Shine
Type = Studio album
Artist = Pat McGee Band

Released = April 11, 2000
Recorded = unknown
Genre = Rock
Length = 1:06:29
Label = Giant Records
Producer = Jerry Harrison
Reviews =
* Allmusic Rating|3|5 [ link] |
Last album = "General Admission"
This album = "Shine"
Next album = "Drive-By Romance"

"Shine" is the second studio album and the major label debut for the Richmond, VA based Pat McGee Band.

On the heels of successful independent releases in "Revel" and "General Admission", the band inked an album contract with Warner Bros. subsidiary Giant Records. "Shine" was comprised of mostly new material written for the record, though two previously recorded songs were reworked: "Haven't Seen For a While," which originally appeared on McGee's 1996 solo "From the Wood", and "Rebecca," from "Wood" and "Revel".

Singles from the album were "Runaway" and "Rebecca."

Track listing

#"Runaway" 3:57
#"Rebecca" 4:56
#"Anybody" 4:08
#"Drivin'" 4:13
#"Haven't Seen For a While" 5:32
#"Hero" 3:59
#"Lost" 4:24
#"Fine" 4:18
#"What Ya Got" 3:31
#"Gibby" 4:12
#"Minute" 4:09
#"I Know" 6:25
#"Shine" 4:44

There is a hidden track immediately following the conclusion of "Shine" that instrumentally reprises the 12th track, "I Know."


*The Pat McGee Band:
**Pat McGee, lead vocals and guitar
**Al Walsh, lead guitar
**Jonathan Wiliams, keyboards and backup vocals
**Chardy McEwan, percussion
**Chris Williams, drums
**John Small, bass guitar and backup vocals
**Brian Fechino, electric guitar on "I Know" (uncredited)
*Michael Ghegan: saxophone
*Warren Haynes: slide guitar on "Shine"

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