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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I love this voice

    A great voice. Sings with conviction.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Allison Moorer is every woman

    Allison Moorer proves on "Mockingbird" that she is every woman. With a voice that has the unusual ability to mix powerhouse voice, with soulful stirrings and sweet melodies, she collaborates with other superstar females to cover a multitude of musical genres. Whether it be soul, folk, punk, country or rock, Allison Moorer sings it beautifully. Listening to this album, you understand that the female experience, just like women themselves, are multifaceted, deep and resounding. Amazingly, Allison Moorer has been able to represent all facets of being female in a way that is universal to all people: men and women, young and old, rockers and country fans. Her critically acclaimed talent is evident on each and every song on this album. She does an amazing cover of "Ring of Fire" by Merle Kilgore and June Carter Cash, to a lovely rendition of Both Sides Now by Joni Mitchell. Each and every song will leave you with wanting Moorer.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    Allison Moorer is no stranger to the country scene, but this is the first album I've picked up of hers. MOCKINGBIRD is one impulse purchase I'm highly satisfied with! The tracks on this album are more than country - displaying a wide range of vocals and more than a little soul. Allison's voice is soothing, sultry, and mesmerizing... and now a new fav of mine. "Mockingbird" (Allison's original) and "Both Sides Now" (a cover remake) are my choice selections, but the album in it's entirity makes for a great listen. "Ring of Fire" (a cover remake) takes a little getting used to if you are a Johnny Cash/June Carter fan (as I am)but with the powerful and refreshing vocals Allison lends to the song, you'll easily be won over. I have Allison's back albums on order and I'm looking forward to her next release. This is country as it should be!

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