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And All The Colors...


  • 1. Float Away
    2. Room 229
    3. Magdelena
    4. Johnny Cash and His Electric Bible
    5. Coming Around
    6. Retablo
    7. Rollercoaster
    8. Ocean Size
    9. Angelyne
    10. Leary's Gate
    11. Closer
    12. Time of Dying
    13. Fickle
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 8062

  • Credits
    Producer
    EngineerJay Hudson; Joe Chiccarelli; Mark Addison; Pete Droge; Ian Moore

    Personnel: Ian Moore (vocals, guitar, sitar, bouzouki, violin, piano, Wurlitzer piano, tambourine, percussion); Mark Addision (guitar, bouzouki, piano, Wurlitzer piano, keyboards, Moog synthesier, percussion, samples, loops, background vocals); Jon Dee Graham (lap steel guitar); Govinda (violin); Brian Standefer (cello); Bukka Allen (Wurlitzer piano, toy piano, Hammond organ, harmonium); George Reiff (bass, pedals); Nina Singh (drums, djembe, tabla, tambourine, percussion); JJ Johnson (drums); Guy Forsyth (saw); Alan Wayne Shaul (hand claps, sound effects).
    The Tosca Quartet: Leigh Mahony, Laura Hicks (violin); S. Ames Asbell (viola); Sarah K. Nelson (cello).
    Producers: Joe Chicarelli, Mark Addison, Ian Moore.
    Principally recorded at The Hit Shack, Austin, Texas.
    Personnel: Ian Moore (vocals, guitar, sitar, violin, piano, Wurlitzer organ, tambourine, percussion); Guy Forsyth (vocals); Mark Addison (guitar, piano, Wurlitzer organ, keyboards, Moog synthesizer, percussion, background vocals); Jon Dee Graham (lap steel guitar); Lara Hicks, Govinda (violin); Brian Standefer (cello); Bukka Allen (toy piano, harmonium, Wurlitzer organ); Nina Singh (drums, djembe, tabla, tambourine, percussion); J.J. Johnson (drums).
    Audio Mixer: Eric Sarafin.
    Recording information: The hit Shack, Austin, TX; Tree Farm Studio, Vashon Island.
    Photographer: Todd V. Wolfson.
    The Austin-based rocker's fifth album is notable not only for Moore's ability to balance searing blues guitar and melodic hard rock sensibility, but also for its downright soulfulness. "Room 229" is a smoldering, almost Portishead-like track that finds Moore displaying genuine soul vocal chops. "Magdalena" is the kind of hard rock/soul marriage that Lenny Kravitz occasionally succeeds at, with Moore scraping the top of his vocal range with a sweet falsetto. And let's not forget the instrument on which the onetime Joe Ely sideman stakes his reputation. Moore whips up a delightful, moody storm of solos on "Coming Around" that seems at once to recall the disparate talents of Joe Satriani and the late Eddy Shaver. This is an album that knows when to rock out and when to back off and plunge the listener into lush atmospherics. ~ Erik Hage

  • Critic Reviews
    CMJ (5/00, p.66) - "...[He] lays his lonely heart on the line in this collection of angst-pop ditties, as thundering walls of guitar and edgy melodies alternate with delicate folk and blues ensembles..."
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