Sunday, October 9, 2011

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Faron Young launched Vickery's career as a songwriter when he took his co-write with Merle Kilgore on She Went a Little Bit Farther to #14 in 1968.

It was to be his songwriting that gave him his greatest achievements though and he started getting regular country hits.

Hank Williams Jr., Ernest Tubb and Sammi Smith also covered the song.

Later he collaborated with Kilgore again for Let Someone Else Drive - 10 hit for John Anderson who also cut his song Tokyo Oklahoma.

''Rockin' My Life Away is his whole life in one song,'' said Kilgore, who signed Mr. Vickery to his first publishing contract.

''I never met anybody in my whole career that wanted to be around the music 24 hours a day, but all Mack wanted to do was sing, be in clubs and be around music people. He just didn't want to go to bed.''
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