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Reba McEntire’s Top 5 Duets

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3) TIE – “If You See Him/If You See Her” w/ Brooks & Dunn (1998, MCA Nashville)

An musical – and marketing – event if there ever was one.

This track was a joint venture between two of the planet’s biggest record companies — MCA and Arista — to launch new CD releases for both Reba (If You See Him) and Brooks & Dunn (If You See Her).

Contrived? You betcha. But on this song the talent rises above the contrivance.

Too bad neither album was as memorable as this duet — only Kix & Ronnie’s “How Long Gone” stayed popular much beyond the turn of the millennium. Although Reba’s “Wrong Night” may well be the best Shoulda-Been-A-Hit of her career.

  • darlinbett

    Every Other Weekend should be number one IMHO. Together Reba and Kenny are super sexy stuff and the song rocks!

    • Fawaz

      It’s funny Matty whenever Cher isn’t in the sitploght for a while and shows up somewhere she is on a comeback, or in this case a “major resurrection” I guess people don’t get to Las Vegas as much these days. Lets face it if she is going to do Las Vegas exclusively, and her name is not being mention except in some critical way these sorts of comments are going to fly, they make a great headline in any case. I hope Cher does more film and has more exposure than she is getting in sin city And thanks for the clarification Gail.VA:F [1.9.15_1155]please wait…VA:F [1.9.15_1155](from 0 votes)

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