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Allison Moorer - Show mp3 album

Allison Moorer - Show mp3 album Performer: Allison Moorer
Title: Show
Date of release: 2003
Country: Europe
Size MP3: 1625 mb
Size FLAC: 1633 mb
Rating: 4.9

Allison Moorer is an American singer/songwriter. She signed to MCA Nashville in 1997 and made her debut on the . Billboard Country Chart with the release of her debut single, A Soft Place To Fall, which she co-wrote with Gwil Owen. The song was also featured in Robert Redford’s The Horse Whisperer and as a result, was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1999. Allison performed on the Oscars ceremony in the same year. Her live album Show was recorded in one night at 12th and Porter in Nashville. It features the first recorded collaboration between Moorer and Lynne. After releasing Show and a DVD on Universal South, Moorer moved to independent label Sugar Hill Records. With a slightly rougher edge than past efforts, The Duel was released in April 2004. Moorer's first husband, Doyle Lee Primm, was featured as a songwriter on her first four albums.

The Duel is the fourth studio album by singer/songwriter Allison Moorer. The album was Moorer's first on an independent label and was recorded in 11 days with a small band made up of John Davis (Superdrag), guitarist Adam Landry (Stateside) and producer . The album was her last with her ex-husband, the songwriter and producer Doyle Lee Primm. All tracks written by Allison Moorer and Doyle Lee Primm. Steve Conn - organ, piano.

Mockingbird (Allison Moorer album). Mockingbird is an album of covers by Allison Moorer released in 2008. Moorer covers songs by Nina Simone, Patti Smith, Cat Power, June Carter Cash, Joni Mitchell, as well as her sister Shelby Lynne. Mockingbird was produced by Buddy Miller.

Allison Moorer is a New Country singer who balances an array of music. She moved to Nashville after college and landed a recording contract after she performed Walter Hyatt's "Tell Me Baby" at a benefit show for the late singer's family. Before she could release an album, a song she wrote was included in the movie The Horse Whisperer (she also appeared in the film). Her debut album, Alabama Song, followed in 1998, and in 2000, she released The Hardest Part, after which she parted ways with her label but was picked up by Universal South.

Show, A Live Release ‎(CD, Album, Promo). Show ‎(SACD, Hybrid, Multichannel, Album).

Allison Moore is an American actress who is best known for providing the voice of Dee Dee in seasons 1 and 3 of the animated television program Dexter's Laboratory. Moore was a college friend of Genndy Tartakovsky, the creator of Dexter's Laboratory. She left Dexter's Laboratory after season 1 to pursue an acting career in New York, and was replaced by Kathryn Cressida. She reprised her role as the voice of Dee Dee when the show was revived in 2001, but was let go after Cartoon Network felt viewers were now more familiar with Cressida's voice for the character.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Day You Said Goodbye
2 Don't Cry No Tears
3 Alabama Song
4 A Soft Place To Fall
5 Yessirree
6 I'll Break Before I Bend
7 Let Go
8 Steal The Sun
9 Bring Me All Your Lovin'
Vocals – Shelby Lynne
10 Is Heaven Good Enough For You
Vocals – Shelby Lynne
11 Going Down
Guitar – R.S. Field*Vocals – Shelby Lynne
12 Send Down An Angel
13 Dying Breed
14 No Next Time
Vocals – Lonesome Bob
15 Bully Jones
Vocals – Kid Rock


  • Bass, Vocals – Jared Reynolds
  • Drums – Paul Griffith
  • Guitar – Joe McMahan
  • Keyboards, Vocals – Eric Holt
  • Pedal Steel Guitar, Guitar – Pete Finney
  • Percussion – Manfred Jerome
  • Vocals, Guitar – Allison Moorer

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 044006794402

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
B0000097-10 Allison Moorer Show ‎(CD, Album + DVD-V) Universal South B0000097-10 Europe 2003
UNSF-02420-2 Allison Moorer Show / A Live Release ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Universal South UNSF-02420-2 US 2003
B0000282-36 Allison Moorer Show ‎(SACD, Hybrid, Multichannel, Album) Universal South B0000282-36 Europe 2003