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Album Review

Cold Spring, KY native Daniel Martin Moore gave hope to budding singer/songwriters everywhere when he was signed to Sub Pop just weeks after soliciting the legendary indie label with a disc full of demos, and that old-fashioned, handshake approach he brought to marketing shines through on his amiable debut, Stray Age. Co-produced by Joe Chiccarelli (White Stripes, U2, Shins), Moore's first foray into the mainstream is full of light, melodic gems that recall a combination of James Yorkston and a less overtly majestic version of lablemates Fleet Foxes. His smooth, even-handed vocals sit well amidst the warm, non-fussy arrangements, many of which rely only on voice and guitar. Standout cuts like "That'll Be the Plan," "Every Color and Kind," and "The Old Measure" show the promise of another M. Ward, or even a semi-content and happy Elliott Smith, but for now there's just Moore, a next generation "folkie" with a huge pop collection and plenty of time to take it all in.

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Kentucky's Hidden Treasure

I can't remember the last time an album felt so familiar the first time through - like returning to a home you'd never been before. Daniel has crafted a perfectly understated album, both fresh and true to the greatest of folk voices. With a smooth, weathered voice nearing Nick Drake's whispers and instrumentation recalling that of Damien Rice and Sondre Lerche, Daniel's woven emotion with textured delicacies that slow the passing moment with ease, allowing the listener the chance to breath and appreciate the falling leaves. Welcome home.

nice warm voice...

he's got a nice voice if you like this, you'll also like matt singer, eddie skuller or rufus wainright

Perfect for a Sunday Drive

This entire album is worth it. There is not one song I skip... but I especially look forward to "It's You" (very sweet), "The Hour of Sleep", and "Who Knows Where the Time Goes". Not only is Daniel a talented musician, he is as down-to-earth as his music and so humble. He is one of those singer/songwritiers that will just keep turning out great music because he is so passionate about it. You'll like Daniel if you appreciate true singer/songwriters.


Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Kentucky-based singer/songwriter Daniel Martin Moore had the rare fortune of securing a record deal through an unsolicited demo. On a whim, the Cold Spring native sent his home recordings to Sub Pop Records in January 2007, resulting in a full-length debut for the label just one year later. Moore's amiable and engaging folk songs were lent weight in the studio by co-producer Joe Chiccarelli (Shins, White Stripes), violin player Petra Haden, upright bass player Justin Meldal-Johnsen, and vocalist...
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