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Page Artiste Allison Moorer


Détails sur le produit

  • CD (22 septembre 1998)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00000BKI3
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Pardon Me
  2. Long Black Train
  3. Alabama Song
  4. Call My Name
  5. The One That Got Away (Got Away With My Heart)
  6. Found A Letter
  7. Easier To Forget
  8. Set You Free
  9. A Soft Place To Fall
  10. Tell Me Baby
  11. Is Heaven Good Enough For You

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HASH(0x9adfd264) étoiles sur 5 A Real Suprise!! Shania Fans Please Pass On This One 21 octobre 1999
Par EmptyNester16 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
For those of you looking for "Real" country singers and "real" country songs...this lady has an album full! Not a bad song on this CD. They sounded so traditional (old country), that I couldn't believe she had written more than a few of them. I long for the local stations to play Ms. Moorer's stuff. How sad for "country" radio to ignore this songbird. Hopefully, these reviews will bring her to the forefront. I want to listen to this CD all the time. If I could only buy two CD's, I'd buy this one and Andy Griggs. There is hope for country music in these two singers. I can only hope that country radio catches on...
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HASH(0x9adfd2b8) étoiles sur 5 Allison Moorer saves the day 23 septembre 2000
Par Gordzilla! - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Yeah, I know... we all thought country music was dead (or atleast dying) and there was nowhere to turn. Rest assured that Allison Moorer doesn't believe this. Her two albums for MCA Nashville seem like an oasis in the desert of modern country music. Her first release, "Alabama Song" (1998) was a faithful and true testament to the long gone secret recipe for classic country music: REAL HEARTFELT EMOTION AND TELLING IT LIKE IT IS! Thankfully, the album wasn't totally ignored. "A Soft Place To Fall" was nominated for an ACADEMY AWARD for BEST SONG from the movie "Horse Whisperer". Allison's new album, "The Hardest Part" (2000), which was released Sept. 2000 is going to be the "shot heard around country radio" and finally give her the status that she is so sorely due. Take note you slimy country radio programmers and don't miss the boat. This record is a classic. In a time of artists with influences worn on sleeves, pants, and shoes, Allison Moorer stands as an original and a heavy dose of unrefined purity (stong stuff). What a joy it is to put on a country record and hear banjos, fiddles and mandolins (courtesy the (living) master of said instrument, Marty Stuart). There is lush orchestral arrangement (think Cline not Twain) that has the power to leave chills. Frankly, there isn't a bum note on this ENTIRE record! From the first song, "The Hardest Part" to the final cut, hidden track "Cold, Cold Earth" (an autobiographical song of her parents' murder-suicide, one of the most stirring songs I've EVER heard!) this record swings and sways through your soul. I've played "The Hardest Part" for all of my friends (from hardened "country punks" to even my grandmother) and every single one of them is blown away by it. I am just a dumb old Okie and you might really be happy with your Shania Twain and Faith Hill records. But if you are looking for something to make you feel alive again, I demand that you buy this record!...
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HASH(0x9adfd6f0) étoiles sur 5 Allison Moorer fan from Oslo, Norway 12 octobre 1999
Par Herlof Hatlebrekke - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I buy a lot of country records, and this one is one of the best I heard in the last years. The sound/production is beatiful, and it doesn't sound like a typical 90's country record. Her low, beatiful voice is perfect for her songs/ballads. There should be more of Allison Moorer in Nashville, and less of Shania Twain and LeeAnn Rimes. This is music for grown-ups who want more than just a silly country-pop song - HERLOF
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HASH(0x9adfdabc) étoiles sur 5 a song that rings true 8 septembre 2002
Par J. M. Zuurbier - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Allison Moorer made her impact on the country music world in 1998. Her fiery red hair almost Reba like, but her style is all her own. ALABAMA SONG was her debut album for MCA Nashville, and showed a great deal of promise. The song "A Soft Place To Fall" appeared in the movie THE HORSE WHISPERER, which soon got people interested in her. Her debut album is nothing short of amazing, with heartfelt songs about various aspects of life. The title track is one of my favorites, very errie like production but a beautiful song nonetheless. The album opens with "Pardon Me" which has nice production as well, the song is about someone not understanding why someone is leaving. "The One That Got Away (Got Away With My Heart)" is pure honky tonk country. The closing "Is Heaven Good Enough For You" is a high note to end the album on. Other highlights on here include "Long Black Train", "Tell Me Baby" and "Set You Free". Overall I am pleased with this album mainly because she is not afraid to be country, when the rest of country music is obsessed with crossing over to pop, and she shows true talent.
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HASH(0x9adfdba0) étoiles sur 5 Excellent debut! 24 mars 2004
Par Jake Z - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Allison Moorer has won my heart and I've become a big fan. She has a very unique voice and such enormous talent. Her songs are so personal and revealing. She found a bit of success in 1998 with the song "A Soft Place To Fall" which was featured in the movie THE HORSE WHISPERER. The album ALABAMA SONG was released in the fall of 1998. The title track is one of my all time favorite songs by Moorer. The rest of the album is outstanding too. It opens with the wonderful "Pardon Me", into the great uptempo country tune "Long Black Train". The album closer "Is Heaven Good Enough For You" is a great song and definately one of the best tracks here. Other favorites include "A Soft Place To Fall", "Set You Free", and "Easier To Forget". If you want to hear something different, give Allison Moorer a try!
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