Allison Moorer - Alabama Song album
Alabama Song is the debut album by singer-songwriter Allison Moorer. The first single from the album, "A Soft Place to Fall", was featured in the Robert Redford film The Horse Whisperer, and was nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Song at the 1999 Academy Awards. Richard Bennett - acoustic guitar, electric guitar, hi-string acoustic guitar. Ashley Cleveland - background vocals. John Cowan - background vocals. Chad Cromwell - drums. Eric Darken - percussion, tambourine.
Alabama Song is country singer and songwriter Allison Moorer's debut album. She attracted the attention of the general public when her song "A Soft Place to Fall" was one of the tracks picked for airplay from the Horse Whisperer soundtrack; it struck a chord with country radio listeners. That cut, along with ten others (nine of them self-penned), along with "The One That Got Away" were written with cigar chomping, chart-topping songwriter Kostas.
For her debut album Alabama Song Allison wrote most of the songs along with husband Butch Primm. Beautiful traditional Nashville country with apart from many steel guitar also many acoustic instruments including bass, guitars and violin. Moorer has a nice clear voice and know with swinging uptempo countrysongs as Long Black Train and The One That Got Away and beautiful ballads like Call My Name and A Soft Place To Fall to convince.
Allison Moorer (born June 21, 1972) is an American singer/songwriter. She signed to MCA Nashville in 1997 and made her debut on the . Billboard Country Chart with the release of her debut single, A Soft Place To Fall, which she co-wrote with Gwil Owen. The song was also featured in Robert Redford’s The Horse Whisperer and as a result was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1999. Moorer performed on the Oscars ceremony in the same year. Moorer was born in Mobile, Alabama on June 21, 1972. She was raised in Frankville, Alabama and later Monroeville, Alabama after the deaths of her parents. "Allison Moorer Album & Song Chart History – Independent Albums". Archived from the original on October 29, 2010.
Are you going to Alabama Where the trees grow tall and green? I'd like to see the Gulf of Mexico If you're going won't you take me? Are you going to Alabama Where the skies shine bright and blue?
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Music video by Allison Moorer performing Alabama Song. C) 1998 MCA Nashville. mouse man. I've seen the Florabama ceilings, tent tops, and the sky around the beach area WAY TOO MANY TIMES in the last 25 years. Beautiful song Allison and her sister are both awesome. War Eagle, too!!! :) 6 years назад.
Artist: Allison Moorer. Are you going to Alabama. Where the trees grow tall and green? I'd like to see the Gulf of Mexico. If you're going, won't you take me? Are you going to Alabama. Where the skies shine bright and blue? I'd like to see the old Tombigbee. If you're going, I will go with you. Where the folks say "How do you do?"? I'd like to see those big ol' cotton fields.
|2||Long Black Train||4:26|
|4||Call My Name||3:42|
|5||The One That Got Away (Got Away With My Heart)||2:20|
|6||Found A Letter||2:55|
|7||Easier To Forget||3:00|
|8||Set You Free||3:57|
|9||A Soft Place To Fall||3:51|
|10||Tell Me Baby||4:15|
|11||Is Heaven Good Enough For You||4:43|
- Executive Producer – Tony Brown
- Producer – Kenny Greenberg
NotesNot For Sale. For Promotional Use Only.
|MCAD-70028||Allison Moorer||Alabama Song (HDCD, Album, Enh)||MCA Records||MCAD-70028||US||1998|
|UMD 80524, 380 524-2||Allison Moorer||Alabama Song (HDCD, Album)||MCA Nashville, MCA Nashville||UMD 80524, 380 524-2||Europe||Unknown|
|UMD 80524||Allison Moorer||Alabama Song (HDCD, Album)||MCA Nashville||UMD 80524||Europe||1998|
|MCAD-70028||Allison Moorer||Alabama Song (HDCD, Album, Club)||MCA Records||MCAD-70028||US||1998|
|UMD 80524||Allison Moorer||Alabama Song (HDCD, Album)||MCA Nashville||UMD 80524||Europe||Unknown|