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Artist: Allison Moorer

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Artist: Allison Moorer
1. Mockingbird
2. Ring of Fire
3. Dancing Barefoot
4. I Want a Little Sugar in My Bowl
5. Go, Leave
6. Revelator
7. Both Sides Now
8. Daddy, Goodbye Blues
9. She Knows Where She Goes
10. Orphan Train
11. Where Is My Love
12. I'm Looking for Blue Eyes

Format: CD
Label: New Line Records
Rel. Date: 02/19/2008
UPC: 794043910623

More Info:

Working with producer and acclaimed roots artist Buddy Miller on this release, Moorer has conjured a rich pastiche of the phases of women's hearts, lives, needs, and yearnings on this recording of other peoples' songs. It's about honoring the women who inspired her. "Mockingbird" is an album of subtlety, sensuality, and grace. Moorer is a 2008 Grammy Award nominee for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals (Steve Earle & Allison Moorer).


By the time you read this, you'll know whether or not Moorer and Steve Earle picked up the Grammy for Best Country Collaboration With Vocals. (Up against heavy hitters like McGraw/Hill, McEntire/Clarkson and Paisley/Underwood, we say lots of luck.) But, hey'"trophies schmophies. Whether she's turning Cash's "Ring of Fire" into an organ-stoked full-band ballad or demanding via new single, "I Want a Little Sugar in My Bowl," Moorer's a total delight.



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