Katy Moffatt - Katy album
Released on the Centerfire Music label, "Where The Heart Is" was recorded and produced in Colorado by David Wilkie and Butch Hause.
Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern. 3. Ninety Miles an Hour (Down a Dead End Street). Hal Blair, Donald Robertson. 4. Easy Come, Easy Go. Johnny Green, Edward Heyman. 5. Closer to My Melody. Daniel Darst, Steven Davis. 6. You Done Me Wrong. George Jones, Ray Price. 7. Another Magic Moment in Show Biz. Katy Moffatt. 8. Last Night I Fell in Love With You Again. 9. I Can Almost See Houston from Here. 10. She Calls Me "Baby".
By the time Katy Moffatt had recorded this debut acoustic record for Rounder's Philo label with guitarist Andrew Hardin in 1988, she had issued two albums of trailblazing country-rock on Columbia, a handful of singles for Permian, and backup vocal gigs for everyone from Jimmy Buffett to Tanya Tucker. Their harsh guitar-driven blues becomes a country plea with the Delta blues framing the entire proceeding and accented by Hardin's tasty runs. For all those who came to the game late with Moffatt, Walkin' on the Moon, which boasts one of the most tender title tracks in country music's long history, is a way of diving headlong into the mystery that is Katy Moffatt. 1 Carnival Man Katy Moffatt 3:39. 2 Walkin' on the Moon Katy Moffatt 3:37. 3 I'm Sorry Darlin' Katy Moffatt 3:4. 4 If Anything Comes to Mind Katy.
Listen to music from Katy Moffatt like Hallie Lonigan, Mr. Banker & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Katy Moffatt. Katy Moffatt was born in Fort Worth, Texas. She studied at St. John's College in Santa Fe, New Mexico In Sante Fe. NM, She appeared in several films including Tom Laughlin's movie, "Billy Jack. She moved to Denver, Colorado where she further developed her musical style and from there formed a duo that tourd across the . From 1975 to 1979 she recorded for Columbia Records, making several singles and two albums.
Katy Moffatt has never broken through to the country mainstream, but she has earned a substantial cult following among roots-music fans and plenty of critical respect for her blend of country, folk, rock, pop, and blues. The younger sister of singer/songwriter Hugh Moffatt, she was born in Fort Worth, TX, in 1950 and first performed in local coffeehouses. She attended St. John's College in Santa Fe, NM, and while there, she appeared in the 1971 film Billy Jack. In 1983, Moffatt signed with the independent Permian label and recorded several acclaimed singles for them; although she didn't release an album or score a major chart hit, she still managed to land a nomination as the Academy of Country Music's Female Vocalist of the Year in 1985. Permian later folded, and she moved on to a new deal with Rounder subsidiary Philo, issuing her label debut, Walkin' on the Moon, in 1989.
Singer-songwriter Katy Moffatt is a frequent collaborator with Americana stalwarts Tom Russell and Dave Alvin. She has a clear, bell-like soprano voice and a special knack for putting affecting pop-style hooks into traditional country and folk song forms. In addition to her work as a leader, she has worked often as a harmony singer for everyone from Charlie Louvin to Michael Martin Murphy. Cheryl Wheeler, Patty Griffin.
|A1||Can't Help Lovin' That Man||2:25|
|A2||I Can't Sleep||3:03|
|A3||Ninety Miles An Hour (Down A Dead-End Street)||2:23|
|A4||Easy Come, Easy Go||3:15|
|A5||Closer To My Melody||2:56|
|B1||You Done Me Wrong||2:05|
|B2||Another Magic Moment In Show Biz||2:36|
|B3||Last Night I Fell In Love With You Again||3:03|
|B4||I Can Almost See Houston From Here||3:07|
|B5||She Calls Me "Baby"||2:48|
- Producer – Billy Sherrill
|KC 34172||Katy Moffatt||Katy (LP, Album, Promo)||Columbia||KC 34172||US||1976|
|KC 34172||Katy Moffatt||Katy (LP, Album)||Columbia||KC 34172||US||1976|