I'm so proud to share this song with Daphne who has been away from soundcloud for too long!!
I love singing duets with her. She has a wonderful voice and is as much a star of this as Diana Ross herself in my opinion!!..........Thankyou Daphne!!!
This song written by Don Mclean was a dedication to the late Buddy Holly. Who together with Richie Valens and the Big Bopper died in a plane crash in 1959. Some of the lyrics in this song are difficult to interpret, but seems to leave a strong message. An unforgetable song!
This beautiful John Denver song was written for his wife who had left him..! It is said that he took just 10 mins to write it. Of course her name was Annie..!Ive been told I have this story wrong aparently this was at the beggining of their relation ship ? I don't know for sure now ?
Of course I realise that nobody can compete with the extraordinary vocal talent of the righteous brothers! But this is such an awesome song I had to give it a shot.
Not an easy song to cover but I hope it sounds okay?...........Thanks Bobby T Moore
I am so proud to be part of this beautiful co production with John and Hemmo. We have all worked so hard to produce this work as a tribute to the legendary Roy Orbison who produced this song with the great Jeff Lynne.
We hope you enjoy our version. John has uploaded two pre release versions and have listened to advice given for the final take. We think perhaps this will be our end product. Johns amazing production skills give this work a real sound quality and Hemmo's musical ability is second to none. So thank's guy's for allowing me to be part of this project..!
One of the most memorable Rock n Roll songs from that wonderful era of 59 So many great songs were written with C, A minor, F & G chords. This must be one of the best. So nostalgic for us who remember that time and I'm sure anyone younger has to appreciate those days of Pop music.
I know it's strange for me to sing about teenagers at my age but good music is good music!!! Enjoy :)
With Easter on the horizon what better song to do! The picture was painted by my wife Jill. By chance our wedding anniversary is on Easter Sunday, so it seems fitting to do this song and use the picture to commemorate that day 5th April. Hope you enjoy
This Great Bryan Adams Rock n Roll song sounds so 60s but it's right up to date. Written by Bryan and Jim Valance. But I think it has a lot of Jeff Lynne influence as I sensed that even before I knew he produced it. Hope you enjoy!
Everyday I have the blues (Pinetop Sparks & all)
Performed by :
- Bobby T. Moore (Vocal) https://soundcloud.com/moore_jeep
- Fingerstyle (Banjo) https://soundcloud.com/fingerstyle_guitar
- Pierrou Tissan (Guitars and bass) https://soundcloud.com/pierrou
(Wiki) This song is a blues song that has been performed in a variety of styles. An early version of the song is attributed to Pinetop Sparks and his brother Milton or Marion. It was first performed in the taverns of St. Louis by the Sparks brothers and was recorded July 28, 1935 by Pinetop with Henry Townsend on guitar
Artwork inspired from Blue Bird Label