Davy Mooney | Ghosts of Music, Past

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Ghosts of Music, Past

by Davy Mooney

Lyrical singer-songwriter debut from well-known jazz guitarist Davy Mooney, featuring his multi-layered vocals and guitar playing.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. There and Back Again
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2. The Captain's Daughter
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3. The Noisy People
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4. Trying
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5. Only Summer
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6. Summer Shower Song
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7. Over the Ocean
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8. Big Time
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9. Cleveland
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10. Maybe Tomorrow
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11. The Last Goodbye
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12. Lisa, Darling
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13. Joanna
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14. Moon's Mood
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15. Christmas in November
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
'Ghosts of Music, Past' is the new singer-songwriter record from world-renowned jazz guitarist Davy Mooney. Mooney has been leading a double life for his entire musical career: he is well known on the international jazz scene as a melodic and harmonically sophisticated guitarist, but for the past 15 years he has been performing solo in coffee houses and small bars singing his bittersweet, nostalgic songs to old folkies and young indie rockers. Although some of the songs go back 10 years or more, Mooney hadn't gotten around to recording them until this past year. The CD is "Ghosts of Music, Past", and the band Mooney has put together to perform the music is called, fittingly, the Ghosts. Why the supernatural theme? Because Mooney has been haunted by these songs for years; they come from the past and are rife with regrets and shadowy memories. The record is stylistically diverse, but many of the songs deal with relationships, doubts, and complex, mixed emotions. The Ghosts are a band of virtuoso musicians that bring depth and musicality to Mooney's tunes. Listen and be transported!

For lyrics, bonus tracks, and other detritus, visit www.davymooney.net

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