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Katy Moffatt and Hugh Moffatt | Dance Me Outside

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Dance Me Outside

by Katy Moffatt and Hugh Moffatt

In your face acoustic country by two outlaw individuals, who also happen to be brother and sister, with a band that includes Buddy Emmons, Tim O'Brien and Albert Lee.
Genre: Country: Country Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. It's Been Decided
3:38 album only
2. We'll Sweep out the Ashes
2:39 album only
3. On the Borderline
2:54 album only
4. I Get Lonely for You
3:09 album only
5. I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby
2:43 album only
6. Dance Me Outside
3:10 album only
7. Right over Me
3:03 album only
8. La Luna
2:27 album only
9. Making New
3:19 album only
10. Walking on the Moon
3:12 album only
11. Dark End of the Street
3:13 album only


Album Notes
From the Gram Parsons/Emmy Lou Harris like "We'll Sweep Out the Ashes" to the soul tune "Dark End of the Street", this collection of originals and standards is satisfying throughout. Includes the familiar Katy Moffatt-Tom Russell penned songs "Walking On the Moon" and "Dance Me Outside".


Hugh Moffatt

The list of artists who have recorded Hugh Moffatt’s songs is international and multi-dimensional. It ranges from Patti Page to Jerry Lee Lewis to The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band to Merle Haggard, Dolly Parton, Alabama, and Johnny Cash and includes pop, country, traditional and gospel artists from around the world. These records include the chart-topping country singles “Just in Case” by Ronnie Milsap, “Old Flames Can’t Hold a Candle to You” by Dolly Parton, and “How Could I Love Her So Much” by Johnny Rodriguez, and the Southern Gospel hit “Roll Away the Stone” by Wendy Bagwell and the Sunlighters. His song “Rose of My Heart” is part of Johnny Cash’s last recording, American V: A Hundred Highways.

As a performing artist himself, Moffatt has released nine albums and toured extensively around the world. His albums are LOVING YOU, TROUBADOUR and DANCE ME OUTSIDE (duets with Katy Moffatt) for Rounder Records, THE LIFE OF A MINOR POET for Watermelon Records, LIVE AND ALONE for Brambus Records in Switzerland, THE WOGNUM SESSIONS (The Hugh Moffatt Trio) for Strictly Country Records in the Netherlands, GHOSTS OF THE MUSIC for Brambus, and SONGS FROM THE BACK OF THE CHURCH on Sohl Recordings. Sony Australia also released a 17-song compilation from his first two albums under the title, THE WAY LOVE IS.

He is, with composer Michael Ching, the librettist for two one-act operas and one full-length opera. The one-acts are KING OF THE CLOUDS, commissioned and premiered by Dayton Opera in 1993, and OUT OF THE RAIN, commissioned jointly by Opera Delaware, the Kansas City Lyric Opera and Opera Memphis and premiered by Opera Delaware in 1998. These operas have each had multiple productions and continue to attract new audiences.

Moffatt and Ching’s first full-length opera, Corps Of Discovery, A Musical Journey, commissioned by the University of Missouri Show-Me Opera and based on the Lewis & Clark expedition, premiered in May of 2003 in Columbia, Missouri. Opera Memphis produced the professional premier in Memphis in April of 2004, and the University of Idaho presented the Northwest premier in the fall of 2005. The Fargo Opera toured their own production throughout North Dakota in May of 2007.

Whatever the medium, Hugh Moffatt continues to put music and words together to create works of beauty and sincere emotional impact.




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Nick Leaver

Just what I was hoping for.
We saw you at Hans Joerg's gig in Switzerland.
You didn't have any copies the album left.
You told me I could order via your web site and I did.
Looking forward to seeing you again here some time.