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by Eric Two Scoops Moore

Jerry Lee Lewis meets Randy Newman. This guy can not only play, his original lyrics are funnier than a monkey with a gag writer. --Seattle Times
Genre: Blues: Jump Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hungry!
2:17 $0.99
2. No Good for Nothin'
2:50 $0.99
3. Auto Service Hell
2:21 $0.99
4. Save Me Some Time
3:49 $0.99
5. Bug Stomp
2:40 $0.99
6. Main Course
2:13 $0.99
7. My Castle
2:54 $0.99
8. Use Me Right
2:12 $0.99
9. Booze in the House
2:17 $0.99
10. Mud Pie
2:50 $0.99
11. Saxident
2:51 $0.99
12. You Came Walking In
2:42 $0.99
13. I Can Drink
1:57 $0.99
14. Bus Stop
2:07 $0.99
15. Whip It Out
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16. Next Time
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Album Notes
WA Blues Society Bluesletter– Piano man, singer, songwriter and entertainer extraordinaire Eric “Two Scoops” Moore and his combo of stellar musicians (known as the Two Scoops Combo) have once again delivered a full plate of fun and exciting original music on their latest release, simply titled Hungry! In 1996 there was Big Buffet, in 1998 there was Clean Plate and now this man is Hungry! (There may be a food issue going on here.) With a history of hilarious lyrics and incredibly infectious grooves, this latest masterpiece by “Scoops” (as his bandmates call him) will have you dancing and laughing at the same time.

Scoops has toured on three different continents, including six years with Luther “Guitar Jr.” Johnson. His vast performance experience and sense of humor are certainly evident on this recording. International experience aside, Scoops sings about everyday woes, concerns, desires and, of course, food and drink. He’ll sing about being “no good for nothin’,” wanting “time to come home” off the road, his experience in “auto service hell,” relationships, debt and many other everyday life experiences. What makes this recording unique is the way that Eric “Two Scoops” Moore delivers the lyrics with his strong vocal stylings and the way this truly great band makes the music come alive.

Showcased are the superior piano skills of Scoops, the awesome saxophone and harmonica playing of Jim King, special saxophone guest (internationally famous) Sax Gordon, very tasteful drumming by Cutts Peaslee and Jim Plano, great bass playing by Guy Quintino and Bill Freckleton and even a few songs with renowned NW guitarist, Dave Conant. Throw in three great instrumentals and what we have here is a world class CD that is a must-have recording for anyone with an appreciation for good fun music. If you haven’t seen this group perform live yet, you must go see their very entertaining show and pick up this truly unique piece of work called Hungry! You can also get this CD at their website Trust me on this one, folks, you want this CD in your collection. – Randy Oxford

BLUES TO DO– Hungry! is a wonderful offering from a fella who could be Seattle’s #1 Kitchen Table Philosopher and exponent of the real rockin’ blues. This album has a great Fat Domino and Professor Longhair New Orleans type feel. Along with his ability to write and sing songs for the average guy and gal about everyday life, Scoops delivers the goods in his performance as well.

Highlights on this album are “No Good For Nothin’,” “Auto Service Hell,” “Booze In The House,” and “Hungry.” Very cool piano from Scoops, lots of great saxes (“Sax” Gordon Beadle & Jim King,) Dave Conant on guitar (who was always great,) Kearny Barton on the big board and sliders (love the warmth of your recordings-see photo inside detailed and artistic package.) Much like food for the hungry, the more you listen to this album, the better you feel. –Mark Whitman



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