Roy Delaine Moore | Mountain Tracks

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Mountain Tracks

by Roy Delaine Moore

Great lyrical storylines delivered in a variety of musical styles, encompassing multiple flavors of American roots music, which many refer to as Americana - Country, Rock & Roll, R&B, Folk and Blues.
Genre: Blues: Country Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. You're Drivin' Away (feat. Johnny R. Long)
2:25 $1.50
2. You Will Never Know My Name (feat. Johnny R. Long & Dave Greenwald)
2:33 $1.50
3. The New Willy Poor Boy Song (feat. Bob Webber & Richard Whetstone)
4:25 $1.50
4. Keep On Livin' (feat. Bob Webber & Richard Whetstone)
3:07 $1.50
5. The Last Time I Saw Little Maggie (feat. Jack Douglas & Bob Webber)
4:44 $1.50
6. Walk Around My Bedside (feat. Johnny R. Long & Jack Douglas)
3:18 $1.50
7. This Old Broken Heart (feat. Johnny R. Long & Richard Whetstone)
3:39 $1.50
8. The Chicken Thief (feat. Mark Hutchinson)
2:44 $1.50
9. Doggone It Mama (feat. Bob Webber & Richard Whetstone)
3:34 $1.50
10. Jesus and Hank (feat. Jack Douglas & Bob Webber)
3:41 $1.50
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Album Notes
Roy Delaine Moore delivers great storylines and vocal performances in this ten song collection. Mountain Tracks sessions, at Sugarloaf Canyon, took place at the altitude of 7,000 ft. in the foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, west of Denver. When asked about his song-writing process, Roy commented, "I don't understand my own creative process. Sometimes it starts with a word or's like building a car around a steering wheel." Musical styles encompass multiple flavors of American roots music, which many refer to as Americana - Rock & Roll, R&B, Country, Folk and Blues. Instruments include slide, acoustic and electric guitars, harmonica, banjo, mandolin, autoharp, bass, drums and percussion.



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