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David Wayne Moore - You Only Get What You Create (2015)

12-06-2015, 13:59
Music | Folk | Country | Rock

David Wayne Moore - You Only Get What You Create (2015)

Artist: David Wayne Moore
Title Of Album: You Only Get What You Create
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Country/Folk/Rock
Label: No X-Cuse Productions
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 47:11
Total Size: 109 MB

1. You Only Get What You Create (3:06)
2. A Good Man (4:12)
3. Going To California (4:16)
4. A Cry For Cetralia (4:04)
5. Another Dreamer (3:30)
6. I've Given Up On Love (4:26)
7. Better Tomorrow (3:20)
8. Why Now (5:03)
9. Just A Little Love (3:36)
10. Every Bone (4:28)
11. I Wish I Was Your Mother (4:11)
12. Gravity (2:54)

“Strong modern-day folk song a la Lightfoot’s Edmund Fitzgerald”
"Moore has the kind of voice that is earnest and heartfelt without being at all queasy or teachey"
Devon Jackson, Music Reviewer for Rolling Stone

David Wayne Moore lives and works among the people of the Philadelphia area. David is an experienced musician both as a sideman, and upfront leading the fray. His music influenced by years of living in the world. A storyteller’s view of ordinary life. David’s sound is a blend of styles that range from county to pop to rock and R&B. Melodies and lyrics that stick in your head after just a few listens. His lyric style is honest and straightforward, saying what he means in plain words. David’s live shows are often intimate, reflective and inclusive, encouraging the audience to become part of the music. His smooth baritone vocal style often soothing and then suddenly powerful, demanding the listener’s ear.

David sings and plays guitar, keyboards, as well as drums. He has performed thousands of shows ranging from bars & clubs to major showrooms with audiences as large as ten thousand. Some of the more notable acts include: Danny & The Juniors, The Dovells, and Dennis Yost of the Classics V. He played drums as a part of the longest running show in Atlantic City. Some of the more notable venues who’s stages he has performed on are: The Playboy Casino, The Atlantis Casino, The Tropicana in both AC and Los Vegas. The Brown Derby in NYC and The Trocadero in Philly.

Born in Buffalo NY, David’s family moved him to Philadelphia when he was still a baby. Raised in the neighborhoods and streets of a hard, blue collar, working class household. He showed a talent for singing very early. Joining the All Philadelphia Scholastic Choir at eight years old. His love of music started with organ lessons on a Hammond B3 with his sixth grade teacher after school. At eleven David started taking drum lessons at a nearby music store. By fourteen he had joined his first basement band as the lead singer. From there he would soon gravitate to the drums. David learned to play guitar along the way from guitarists in the band and then took formal lessons.

At home, David grew up listening to Traditional Country. Such artists as Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash, and Jimmy Dean to name a few. To go along with that his mom loved all the crooners and torch singers of the fifties and sixties. Andy Williams, Tom Jones, Englebert and her favorite Johnny Mathis. In his teens David spent his time listening to all the great rock bands, his favorites ranged from Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin to Elton John and David Bowie. Soon his tastes also broadened to all the great soul and r&b bands. Otis Redding and Tyrone Davis are two of his favorites. All these flavors have influenced David’s songwriting. He started writing songs at sixteen and has written throughout his life.

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nrwsps   User offline   16 June 2015 04:36

Thanks a lot.

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