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Allison Moorer Performs Roots Music, From Her Album Crow

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VanRamblings has loved Allison Moorer since the first time we heard her, when we were one of the few music critics in Vancouver writing about progressive country, when she was married to Doyle "Butch" Primm, an Oklahoma-reared musician who became her frequent songwriting partner and producer, and right around the time she had her first big hit (well, 'big hit' is a sort of relative term when it comes to Ms. Moorer — but damn if we don't love her), A Soft Place To Fall, from her debut CD, Alabama Song (still one of our favourites), which was tapped for Robert Redford's oater, The Horse Whisperer, in 1998. Moorer also appeared in the movie.

Without further ado, then, here's just a bit of Allison Moorer, from her most recent album, Crows ...



Posted by Raymond Tomlin at May 10, 2011 12:01 AM in Music

   

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