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Lindsay Thomas Morgan

by Lindsay Thomas Morgan

Criticaly acclaimed, with 6 Top 40 HITS, this is the debut CD from this Welsh Born, Canadian transplant, Singer/Songwriter. 'New Country' to Adult Contemporary. 16 year old ALANIS MORISSETTE sings back up on 3 tracks.
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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1. Free
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2. Fly Away
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3. This Ol' Rock 'n' Roller
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4. Tara
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5. If Wishes Were Horses
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6. Pack Your Dreams
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7. Love Is
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8. In the Mind of My Woman
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9. Don't Lay On Me
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10. Old Tom Cat Song
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11. You Ain't No Elvis Presley
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Born in Cardiff, Wales, son of a Lay Preacher-Merchant Navy Sea Captain, Lindsay crossed the Atlantic Ocean six times by small cargo steamer, before the age of eight.
Lindsay started playing guitar and writing songs at the age of eleven.

His first UK recordings were in the duo "John Patterson & Lindsay Morgan", and then as the 'Folk-Rock-Gospel' band "The Proclaimers".

After moving to CANADA he spent the early part of his performing and recording career, in the Duo "Jacqueline & Lindsay", traveling extensively across CANADA, as well as stints in Jamaica, Barbados and Antigua.

Then later with Jacqui, founding the band " MORGAN ".

The " MORGAN " band over a nine-year period (1970-1979), fronted by Lindsay and Jacqueline, were signed to CBS CANADA, then PHONODISC RECORDS. During that time the band went through different changes in personnel.

Some of the many talented Canadian musicians that were a part of "MORGAN" for various periods of time included Bill Dillon(LEAD GUITAR)(JONI MITCHEL, ROBBIE ROBERTSON, RONNIE HAWKINS, THE PRETENDERS, ETC), Bob Doidge (BASS)(PRODUCER OF GORDON LIGHTFOOT), Daniel Lanois (LEAD GUITAR)(PRODUCER OF BOB DYLAN, U2, WILLIE NELSON, EMMIE LOU HARRIS, PETER GABRIEL, ETC.,) Rachel Paiement(VOCALIST)(CANO), Ed Roth (KEYBOARDS), Mike Heffernan(KEYBOARDS)(GORDON LIGHTFOOT BAND), Garnet Todd(DRUMS), John Doerr(BASS)(CANO), Bill Cymbala(DRUMS)(SYLVIA TYSON), and many others.

Also Lindsay, friend and song writing coach to a young 9-year-old Alanis Morrissette, produced her very first single, "Fate Stay With Me". For a more detailed account of this please visit web site, or read Paul Cantin's "You Oughta Know".

Since becoming a solo performer in 1986, Lindsay has continued to write and produce material for other artists. He has also been involved in stage production as musical director.

In 1987 he released his first solo single "TARA" which went TOP 20 and led to his critically acclaimed 1990 debut solo CD "LINDSAY THOMAS MORGAN"

The following 5 singles released from that CD all went TOP 40 on CANADA'S COUNTRY CHARTS, including "IF WISHES WERE HORSES".
A video was completed for this song by award winning director DENNIS BEAUCHAMP. This video aired on all the major video shows across CANADA and on the NASHVILLE NETWORK "TNN". It also aired extensively in 1995 when CANADA'S "NCN" took to the airwaves that year. The success of this debut CD earned LINDSAY a nomination for "OUTSTANDING NEW ARTIST" in the "RPM BIG COUNTRY AWARDS" on CBC across CANADA in 1992.
MUSIC INDUSTRY REVIEWS
FOR LINDSAY'S DEBUT SOLO CD
"LINDSAY THOMAS MORGAN"

COUNTRY MUSIC NEWS, OTTAWA, CANADA.
"Here's someone with the talent and personna to pull it all off and become another of the bright new stars coming out of th Canadian music scene!
Morgan supports that vocal attractiveness with his own original material . . . all eleven songs are his own compositions and there's not a dud among them."
LARRY DELANEY

RPM Magazine, TORONTO, CANADA.
"One of the cleanest best-balanced albums to come down the
pipe in some time. Morgan is one of those rare, personality- vocalized talents who demands an audience. This is no wet- behind-the-ears, singing machine. He has the vocal power of his convictions, a spring-tight projection with all the vocal weight necessary to make the lyrics ring with passion, bounce, pathos and truism. Put Morgan up against the best in country and he will match the best of them."
WALT GREALIS

CHAM Radio Hamilton
"Fresh, exciting sound! A new kind of country."
JOEL CHRISTIE

KWYZ Radio - Washington, USA
"One of the hot new records already making the national scene, and it's no wonder, since both the vocal and production work here is a class above most everything else these days.
This Wales-born, Canadian transplant has a great record on his hands, listener reaction growing as the record reaches airwaves."
WAYNE CORDRAY

CKGL Radio - Kitchener
"Lindsay Thomas Morgan has always been a great songwriter.
With the initial reaction of his self-produced album, he could very well be one of those overnight successes that have taken a lifetime!"
VIC FOLLIOTT




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Mary Rohn

Loved the CD.
Vey well recorded. Could Hear Lindsay's voice clearly. Great voice.
I didn't know he was classified as country, as I first heard Tara on a rock station. The songs are wonderful
and easy to listen to. This is the first country CD I have ever owned as I am not a fan of country music. Maybe now I am. Thanks.
Mary Rohn
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