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Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow is David Moore’s Album Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
I already reviewed David Moore in the past but this talented artist is back with a new album and this is what I think about it.

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow is David Moore’s Album Out Now

The first thing to say is that the creativity of this artist who manages to produce one album a year is inspiring.

A “rain” of songs, all qualitatively interesting.

The influences of rock, folk, and country are evident but what I like the most is the vocal interpretation and the slightly megaphonic effect applied to the voice. An equalization that tends to emphasize the high and medium frequencies.

This is why the album sounds so 70s and makes you take a leap into the past.

The songs are all solid and above all they give mixed emotions. Some more energetic others more introspective accompany you on a complete and intense musical journey.

David Moore’s passion and experience are unquestionable. When an artist takes off his mask and lets his instincts speak for himself, he can’t go wrong.

Absolutely reconfirmed.

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow is David Moore’s Album Out Now!


Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow is David Moore’s Album Out Now

David writes the majority of his songs on acoustic guitar and although he considers his style to be loosely based on folk-rock, his writing spans genre’s from pop to blues to progressive country to even some ambient instrumentals.

His main influences were Jimmy Page and Led Zeppelin; and basically all classic rock from the 60’s through the 80’s. He also counts his best friend Jim Patterson (1956-2013) as an inspiration to his music.

David played in club bands in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area in his 30’s, recorded a single on vinyl in 1984, and learned production and multitrack recording on a Tascam 34 four track reel to reel deck. After getting married in 2003 he quit music to devote his time to raising a family.

After retiring from a 35 year career in the airline industry, he and his wife moved to rural northwest Texas where David converted a bedroom into a music studio and began recording his first album which released in November 2022. Titled “Seventeen“, the album garnered over 10,000 streams in 53 different countries on Spotify in less than 90 days. David is currently working on his next album to be released spring 2023.

He counts the collaboration with his friend of 37 years, Hollan Holmes, an accomplished ambient musician with 10 albums to his credit as a major highlight…the song titled Powder Run can be heard on Seventeen. David counts his new friendship with Chris McConville from the UK as another high point. Chris toured with The Bishops and is currently producing his own songs. He recorded a remix of David’s instrumental Ice Fog which can be heard on all the streaming services.

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