Joan Moore | 'tis Autumn

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'tis Autumn

by Joan Moore

Have you ever sat on your front porch on a rainy day with a good friend? That's what this music will make you feel like.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Devil's Gonna Get Ya
3:36 album only
2. Earth Mother Blues
4:14 album only
3. A Foggy Day in London Town
0:27 album only
4. 'tis Autumn
3:18 album only
5. Fat Tuesday
4:08 album only
6. Gloria, Shiva's Descending
2:55 album only
7. Too Close to Heaven
4:32 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Devil’s Gonna Get Ya
Whenever I sing this 1928 Bessie Smith song, I feel like (for one second) I’m big and scary and righteous and no one would ever f**k with me.

Earth Mother Blues
Growing up in the 1960s presented many challenges – and this is about some of them.

A Foggy Day In London Town
My parents and I at a Coney Island recording booth when I was three. Crooning boot camp. I had that Frank Sinatra arrangement down cold. 

‘Tis Autumn
My Uncle Abe had a friend that we called Uncle Nemo. He was the first hipster I knew, a really cool guy. And he wrote this beautiful song, which reminds me of singing harmony in my father’s car with my mother and sister, my Aunt Belle’s house in Brooklyn with all my cousins, and all the fun we had.

Fat Tuesday
I got married in New Orleans and fell in love with the city and its soul. Before I had a chance to move there, Hurricane Katrina happened and ripped my heart in two. This song is about what you do when your dreams get drowned.

Gloria, Shiva’s Descending
One song from a proposed musical by my friend John Lopinski. This was written in the ‘80s, right before he started fronting the NY band, The Baxters.

Too Close to Heaven
This is my prayer for the truth of faith. How often have I wanted it to be true.



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