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Pardon Me - Allison Moorer - Alabama Song (CD, Album)

Label: MCA Records - MCAD-70028 • Format: CD HDCD, Album, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country
Pardon Me - Allison Moorer - Alabama Song (CD, Album)

1. Pardon Me. Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Kenny Greenberg. Backing Vocals – Louise Red. Bass, Bass [Tic-Tac Bass] – Michael Rhodes. Drums – Chad Cromwell. Electric Guitar – Rick Plant (3) Pedal Steel Guitar – Dan Dugmore. Written-By – Allison Moorer, Doyle Primm/5(8).

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But those yearning for a twangin' gal should consider this newcomer, singer/songwriter Allison Moorer. On Alabama Song, Moorer, the younger sister of singer Shelby Lynne, delivers a collection that spans from Buck Owens-like revelry to shuffles and bittersweet balladry. The star attraction, though, is Moorer's steamy voice, which can prompt a slow burn deep inside while thankfully sidestepping the all-too /5(52).

 · 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 nine others, were written or co-written by Moorer; "The One That Got Away" was /10(35).

 · Listen to Alabama Song by Allison Moorer on Apple Music. Stream songs including "Pardon Me", "Long Black Train" and more.

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  1. Disillusionment is a factor in Pardon me, about the end of a relationship, and Long black train, about returning home after the big city fails to live up to expectations. The title track, an excellent ballad but not melancholy, expresses Allison's desire to return to Alabama/5(52).

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