Lutricia McNeal (born November 27, 1973) is an American soul and pop singer. She achieved worldwide success with her cover version of "Ain't That Just the Way" which sold two million copies worldwide. McNeal was discovered by Rogers/Grantham. Her career took off during a visit to Europe, when she teamed up with the Swedish producer team Rob'n'Raz. Their 1993 hit "In Command" went to No. 1 in Sweden.
You Showed Me" had been introduced to the Turtles by their producer and former bass player, Chip Douglas, who had first become acquainted with the song after hearing Clark, McGuinn, and Crosby perform it at The Troubadour in 1964. Douglas had also performed the song with Clark during 1966, while he was a member of Gene Clark and the Group. The song has also been covered by Lutricia McNeal on her 2002 album, Metroplex.
You Showed Me. Lutricia McNeal. Artist: Lutricia McNeal. Album: Metroplex, 2002.
Lutricia McNeal was born and raised in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She comes from a large family - Lutricia is the seventh of nine children. Her father is a preacher and she used to sing regularly in the local church choir.
You Showed Me (CD, Maxi). You Showed Me (12", Promo).
|1||You Showed Me (Original Version)||3:25|
|2||You Showed Me (Original Version W/o Rap)||3:04|
|3||You Showed Me (Club Mix)
Remix – Hiromitsu Watanabe, Kaz Miyayama, PKG Prod.*
|334 20912||Lutricia McNeal||You Showed Me (CD, Maxi)||Bonnier Music||334 20912||Sweden||2002|
|TOCP-4150||Lutricia McNeal||You Showed Me (CD, Single)||Bonnier Music||TOCP-4150||Japan||2002|
|065 997-2||Lutricia McNeal||You Showed Me (CD, Single)||Polydor||065 997-2||Europe||2002|
|PRT-8529||Lutricia McNeal||You Showed Me (12", Promo)||Bonnier Music||PRT-8529||Japan||2002|