воскресенье, 11 ноября 2012 г.

Daniel Moore - Self-Titled (1971, Original LP Dunhill Records - DS-50094)

Artist: Daniel Moore
Album: Self-Titled
Label: Dunhill Records / abc
Record No.: DS-50094
Released: January 1, 1970
Produced by Daniel Moore
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock
Total Time: 00:33:08



Daniel Moore (born 1941 in Walla Walla, Washington, U.S.) is an American musician, Producer, Songwriter and vocalist.
Brother of  Matthew Moore. (The Moon)

Even if you don't know Daniel Moore the singer, most likely you're familiar with his songwriting talent. The songs he wrote that went gold include Three Dog Night's recording of "Shambala" during the early '70s, and "My Maria," which was originally recorded by B.W. Stevenson, Moore's co-writer on the song. Country duo Brooks & Dunn later included "My Maria" on their album Borderline and scored a hit when they released it as a single. Sweet Forgiveness, a Warner Bros. album from Bonnie Raitt in 1976 that earned gold status, took its title from a track penned by Moore. Among the other artists who have recorded his songs are Kenny Rogers, the Everly Brothers, Joe Cocker, Waylon Jennings, Bobby Blue Bland, Dizzy Gillespie, David Clayton Thomas, Canned Heat, Thelma Houston, the Dillards, Jerry Jeff Walker, Jennifer Warnes, the Band, Kim Carnes, Maria Muldaur, and Danny Flowers. In addition, Moore's "Fire in the Hole" appeared in Fire Down Below, a film featuring Steven Seagal released in 1997. He launched his own label, DJM Records, that same year.

Moore was born in Washington state in 1941 and raised in Athena, OR. He was one of seven sons born into a family headed by a father who was a preacher. After high school, he set off for the city of Eugene, where he spent three years attending college. In 1962, he relocated to Los Angeles. Before two weeks had passed, he landed a contract to record for Everest. The following year, he performed with Jimmy Rogers, contributing backing vocals and acoustic bass. With the Fairmount Singers, Moore also held down a gig as Rogers' opening act. His "Deliver Me" was put out by the Everly Brothers in 1967. The dawn of a new decade found Moore working with Cocker, touring as part of his Mad Dogs and Englishmen. He kept writing, started producing, and also put out an album of his own through ABC Records. In 1973, Moore and Three Dog Night struck gold with "Shambala," followed by Stevenson's release of "My Maria." By the early '80s, Moore was part of outfits called the Moore Brothers Band and the Renegade Band. During this time he also traveled, contributing background vocals on a Carnes' tour. Two years before, Moore also produced one of her albums.
                                                                                                                        ~ Linda Seida, Rovi
                     
                      • Tracklist:

01. May 16+75 03:12
02. (That's What I Like) In My Woman 02:34
03. C. Paul And Mabel 02:10
04. One More River To Cross 02:51
05. Sweet Love Song To My Soul 03:09
06. (Do You Like) Funky Music 03:15
07. World War I 03:18
08. Ride Mama Ride 03:02
09. Drake The Snake (P.D. Blues) 03:32
10. Hollywood Joe 03:20
11. Did I See You Tremble, Brother 02:40

   Tracks 1, 4, 5, 7-11 by Daniel Moore
   Tracks 2, 3 by Matthew Moore
   Track 6 by Buzz Clifford
   Track 9 (Addapted & Arranged by Daniel Moore)



Personel:
Daniel Moore - Vocals, Guitars
Matthew Moore (member of "Moon") - Keyboards, Back-up Vocals
Gary Montgomery (member of "Colours"), Keyboards, Back-up Vocals
David Jackson (member of "Moon"), Chris Stainton - Keyboards, Bass
Gloria Jones & '69 cast of "HAIR" - Back-up Vocals on track 1
Jim Goodew, John Galley, Crig Doerge - Keyboards
Jim Kelter, Sidney Konikoff, Bobby Torres - Drums
David Potter (member of "East Side Kids") - Drums
Don Preston, Sneaky Pete, T-Bone Burnett, Wesley Watt - Guitar
Barry Zweig, Denny Brooks - Guitar
Rob Edwards (member of "Colours") - Guitar
David Doud (member of "East Side Kids") - Guitar
Buzz Clifford - Guitar, Back-up Vocal
Chris Ethridge, Wolfgang Melz - Bass
Jim Price, Allen Beutler, Jim Horn - Horns

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