David Fox | Driving by the Light of the Moon

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Driving by the Light of the Moon

by David Fox

Beautiful and haunting! ...Twelve original melodic songs of love, loss, and times gone by, with thoughtful lyrics and expressive vocals in an eclectic mix of styles from rock and pop to piano ballads and folk. This album will touch your heart and soul.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. On Top of the World
2:51 album only
2. If Only I Could Hear That Laugh Again
4:32 album only
3. The Better Love Is the Harder Love Is to Lose
3:44 album only
4. Life
2:57 album only
5. Everything I Do
3:02 album only
6. Fool for an Angel
3:50 album only
7. Hole in My Heart
4:19 album only
8. You and Me
2:57 album only
9. Driving by the Light of the Moon
3:02 album only
10. Paterson
6:09 album only
11. Just One Thing
3:56 album only
12. Like a River
4:08 album only
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Album Notes
David Fox is an international award-winning singer and songwriter. His second album "Driving by the Light of the Moon" is a thematic collection of original songs of love, loss, and times gone by that has been described as beautiful and haunting. Included among the album's twelve tracks is his song "Paterson"...a tribute to the place and time of his youth. Of that song, New York area radio and TV personality "Uncle Floyd" Vivino said, "It’s unbelievable, this masterpiece he made called ‘Paterson'… if you haven’t heard this yet, you’re in for a real treat." The tracks on the album range in style from power pop to expressive piano and acoustic guitar ballads.

"Driving by the Light of the Moon" is the follow up to David's first album "Scratches and Dust" which contains sixteen original songs. On that album, the "60s" influence is evident throughout with catchy melodies, jangling guitars, rich harmonies, and thoughtful lyrics from the personal to the historical, from the political to the philosophical.

Of David's music, reviewer Alec Cunningham said, "Each of his songs tells a particular story in impressive detail...it's refreshing to hear music with character so strong..." In addition to writing all the songs on both albums, with the exception of two tracks David plays all the instruments, including electric and acoustic guitars, bass, piano, keyboards, and drums.



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