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The Moon Was Blue Cd

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The Moon Was Blue Cd

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The Moon Was Blue Cd

The Moon Was Blueshould prove a thirst quencher for those who've long loved Bare's worldly baritone and mastery of a song. At the same time, it will be an invitation to the Bare Jr. generation to discover an artist whom veteran music writer Chet Flippo recently called one of the most overloo...
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The Moon Was Blue Cd
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The Moon Was Blueshould prove a thirst quencher for those who&#39;ve<br /> long loved Bare&#39;s worldly baritone and mastery of a song. At the<br /> same time, it will be an invitation to the Bare Jr. generation to<br /> discover an artist whom veteran music writer Chet Flippo recently<br /> called one of the most overlooked and underrated in country music<br /> history. Bare was a singer capable of sophisticated hits like<br /> Detroit City or How I Got To Memphis and the subversive humor<br /> of Drop Kick Me Jesus. He befriended and championed the finest<br /> songwriters to ever shake up Nashville, including Kris<br /> Kristofferson and Tom T. Hall. He was among the first Nashville<br /> country artists to embrace Bob Dylan. And he pioneered ideas like<br /> the concept album, dodging the Nashville rules to bring a whole<br /> record of Shel Silverstein songs to life in the classics Lullabys,<br /> Legends & Lies. Often tagged an outlaw in the Waylon and<br /> Willie camp, Bare&#39;s discography actually transcends categories with<br /> a boldly eclectic embrace of American music.

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Artist

Bobby Bare

Format

Audio CD

Label

Dualtone Music Group

Release Date

20051101

Manufacturer

Dualtone

The Moon Was Blueshould prove a thirst quencher for those who've
long loved Bare's worldly baritone and mastery of a song. At the
same time, it will be an invitation to the Bare Jr. generation to
discover an artist whom veteran music writer Chet Flippo recently
called one of the most overlooked and underrated in country music
history. Bare was a singer capable of sophisticated hits like
Detroit City or How I Got To Memphis and the subversive humor
of Drop Kick Me Jesus. He befriended and championed the finest
songwriters to ever shake up Nashville, including Kris
Kristofferson and Tom T. Hall. He was among the first Nashville
country artists to embrace Bob Dylan. And he pioneered ideas like
the concept album, dodging the Nashville rules to bring a whole
record of Shel Silverstein songs to life in the classics Lullabys,
Legends & Lies. Often tagged an outlaw in the Waylon and
Willie camp, Bare's discography actually transcends categories with
a boldly eclectic embrace of American music.
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The Moon Was Blueshould prove a thirst quencher for those who've
long loved Bare's worldly baritone and mastery of a song. At the
same time, it will be an invitation to the Bare Jr. generation to
discover an artist whom veteran music writer Chet Flippo recently
called one of the most overlooked and underrated in country music
history. Bare was a singer capable of sophisticated hits like
Detroit City or How I Got To Memphis and the subversive humor
of Drop Kick Me Jesus. He befriended and championed the finest
songwriters to ever shake up Nashville, including Kris
Kristofferson and Tom T. Hall. He was among the first Nashville
country artists to embrace Bob Dylan. And he pioneered ideas like
the concept album, dodging the Nashville rules to bring a whole
record of Shel Silverstein songs to life in the classics Lullabys,
Legends & Lies. Often tagged an outlaw in the Waylon and
Willie camp, Bare's discography actually transcends categories with
a boldly eclectic embrace of American music.

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