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All Music Guide - Andrew Hamilton
Dorothy Moore sounds more Southern than she ever has on this late-career Malaco Records CD. The singer, who ascended the charts with "Misty Blue" way back when, now has a voice that has aged, husky and more than capable of delivering three-hearts-in-a-tangle sagas and mistreated woman dramas. Only the horns and backing singers both splendid keep one from classifying the ballads as deep soul; lovers of that style will find much to like with More Moore. Standouts include "Why Is Leaving You So Hard to Do," "Lie to Me," and "Stop What You're Doing to Me." It's shameful this type of music is absent on mainstream radio.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Andrew Hamilton
Dorothy Moore sounds more Southern than she ever has on this late-career Malaco Records CD. The singer, who ascended the charts with "Misty Blue" way back when, now has a voice that has aged, husky and more than capable of delivering three-hearts-in-a-tangle sagas and mistreated woman dramas. Only the horns and backing singers both splendid keep one from classifying the ballads as deep soul; lovers of that style will find much to like with More Moore. Standouts include "Why Is Leaving You So Hard to Do," "Lie to Me," and "Stop What You're Doing to Me." It's shameful this type of music is absent on mainstream radio.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/24/1997
  • Label: Malaco Records
  • UPC: 048021748426
  • Catalog Number: 7484
  • Sales rank: 330,748

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Dorothy Moore Primary Artist, Vocals, Primary Artist
Thomisene Anderson Background Vocals
Brenda Barnett Background Vocals
Jewel Bass Background Vocals
Harrison Calloway Strings, Trumpet
Charles Richard Cason Synthesizer
Charles Chalmers Background Vocals
Mickey Davis Strings
Janet Dressler Strings
Roger Hawkins Drums
David Hood Bass
Jim Horn Flute, Piccolo, Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone
Clayton Ivey Keyboards, Vibes
Jimmy Johnson Guitar
Will McFarlane Guitar
Peggy Plucker Strings
James Robertson Drums
Charles Rose Trombone
Denis Solee Saxophone, Alto Saxophone
Harvey Thompson Tenor Saxophone
Booker Walker Horn
Jim Williamson Trumpet
Bob McNally Strings
Quanda Brooks Background Vocals
Kimble Funchess Horn
Robert Lampkin Horn
Ezra Brown Horn
Ann McNally Strings
Technical Credits
Muscle Shoals Horns Contributor
Harrison Calloway Horn Arrangements
Charles Richard Cason Programming
Tommy Couch Producer
Jerry Masters Engineer
Steve Melton Engineer
Wolf Stephenson Producer, Engineer, Remixing
Brian Kelly Contributor, Remixing
Kent Bruce Engineer
P.R. Allen Cover Design
Jackson Horns Contributor
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