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Wednesday, September 23, 2009


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Modernday Folklore is an awesome album from Ian Moore. While originally known as a blues guitarist, Moore expanded his sound on this album with impressive results. Moore's playing is very fiery blues sounding similar to both Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Jimi Hendrix.
But Modernday Folklore isn't just for blues fans as there's much diversity on this album. Every track here is very strong. Blues-rockers such as "Muddy Jesus", "Bar Line 99", and "Train Tracks" are killer highlighting Moore's excellent playing. His use of the wah-wah pedal on these tracks only add to the intensity. There's also excellent acoustic tracks here such as "Daggers" and "Home" with Moore's quiet vocals bringing out the best in each track. Then there's the R&B tinged 'Lie" and "Stain" which are highlighted by their punchy horn lines and background vocals. Slower tracks such as the gospel like "Morning Song", "Dandelion" and "Today" are also very strong. The haunting "You'll Be Gone" with its dark vocals and production is also an awesome track. An excellent album from an artist who should have much more recognition.

1. Muddy Jesus
2. Society
3. Today
4. Daggers
5. Bar Line 99
6. Dandelion
7. Lie
8. Train Tracks
9. Monday Afternoon
10. You'll Be Gone
11. Stain
12. Morning Song
13. Home

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