Bill Moore (Martin PRP-31661/2) 1974?
The Bill half of Bill & Ron Moore also had a solo album on the same label. It’s the usual Martin label formula: low-tech acoustic versions of popular songs, with a few spiritual titles tossed in. Bill seems to have a fair-enough folk-singer vibe going for him, probably better than a lot of the guys on this label. Some of the titles he’s chosen are ‘Ballad Of Easy Rider’, ‘Big Yellow Taxi’, ‘Universal Soldier’, ‘Me And Bobby McGee’, ‘I Wish We’d All Been Ready’, ‘Good News’, ‘Prodigal Blues’ and ‘The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face’. Bill on guitar and vocals, assisted by Ron Moore (guitar, bass, background vocals) and Roger Hughes (drums, tambourine). (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
I have not acquired this album yet.