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Ian Moore

Ian Moore - Live From Austin - 1994 - Capricorn

A 35-minute EP recorded at The Steamboat, Austin, Texas on June 21st & 22nd 1994 by Ian Moore and his band. Great dynamic rock and blues rock from a wonderful guitarist. Buy Ian's great "Luminaria" album [All tracks @ 320 Kbps: File size = 80.5 Mb]


1. Pay No Mind - Ian Moore 5:19
2. Satisfied - Ian Moore 5:17
3. Deliver Me - Chris White & Ian Moore 6:47
4. Blue Sky/Abraham, Martin & John - Ian Moore/Dick Holler 10:08
5. Me And My Guitar - Chuck Blackwell & Leon Russell 7:12


Ian Moore - Guitars, Vocals
Bradley Kopp - Rhythm Guitar
Chris White - Bass, Background Vocals
Bukka Allen - Piano, Organ
Michael Villegas - Drums, Background Vocals
Kris McKay, Toni Prince - Background Vocals
Kathy Burdick - Additional Background Vocals


Encouraged by his parents, Ian Moore took up the violin at age six, moving to guitar nine years later. The Austin-based blues-rocker's early influences included the Beatles, Curtis Mayfield, Stevie Wonder and Sly & the Family Stone. Moore gained experience touring as a guitarist with Joe Ely; this led the way to a solo tour opening for the Rolling Stones and ZZ Top. He then signed with Capricorn; three records followed from 1993-95: Ian Moore, Live from Austin EP and Modernday Folklore. It was his last Capricorn release, Modernday Folklore, that suggested that the Texan was looking beyond the blues-rock roots of his home state towards a more expansive sound. Hints of southern soul, gospel and Beatle-esque pop shook hands with the blues riffs that Moore had previously traded in exclusively. It was four years before his next album, but when Ian Moore's Got the Green Grass appeared in 1999, the transformation from blues-rocker was complete. His lauded guitar work wasn't abandoned, but was no longer the sole force driving Moore's songs. He continued to explore the blues, as well as highly crafted pop songs with his 2000 release, And All the Colors, creating a unique album dynamic in the process of balancing the two styles. Always noted for his live performances, Ian Moore released his first full length live album in 2001, Via Satellite, with his touring band Action Company. Where electric blues and atmospheric songwriting had been juggled on previous recordings, Via Satellite managed to meld the two with excellent effect. In 2004, Moore returned with his first release on the North Carolina based Yep Roc label, Luminaria. Three years later To Be Loved was issued on Justice. © John Bush © 2012 Rovi Corporation. All Rights Reserved http://www.allmusic.com/artist/ian-moore-p40474/biography


A.O.O.F.C said...


p/w is aoofc

Mtatazela said...

Thank You, track 5 seems to require a diffirent password?

A.O.O.F.C said...

Here's a separate LINK to Track 5 which may be causing difficulties

Mtatazela said...

Much obliged!

A.O.O.F.C said...

Thanks,Mtatazela. TTU soon...P

Anonymous said...

I've been looking for this forever, and now that I find it I can't downlaod it (the link inside datafilehost takes me to the same page). Any idea what this might be?

Thanks a lot!

A.O.O.F.C said...

Hi,Anonymous. It will work. It may take a few trys. On the DATA FILE HOST site, right click on "Click Here" then click on "open". Any probs get back to me. It's a crap file host and it may take a few tries

louiss smith said...

Hi Paul,

Could you please reup this great album.

Thanks for sharing and your great website.

A.O.O.F.C said...

Hi,Louiss. Very sorry for late reply. I do not have this album to re-up. Maybe somebody reading this could help? TVM...Paul