ALAN MOORE

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WILLARD F. JABUSCH

World Library had long since ditched the primitive Catholic folk medium by this time. Enter In The Wilderness instead reflects...

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RON MOORE

This album is not reviewed in "the Archivist" by Ken Scott. I have included it as it had the song...

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RON MOORE

Seems like the male solo albums can be the hardest to describe. Ron covers a variety of styles on this...

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BILL AND RON MOORE

Rare prehistoric folk artifact from Ron Moore and brother Bill looking fresh out of high school (or perhaps still in...

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MIKE JOHNSON

Although not up to the prior standards of Lord Doctor or Velvet Prince, Mike’s final album still has much to...

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DAVID HOLLEN

Light-to-mid-rocking guy who’s custom album includes assistance from Michael Albrecht, Scott Roley and Alan Moore (i.e., Albrecht, Roley & Moore)....

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ALBRECHT, ROLEY AND MOORE

Starlighter follows in the soft string-orchestrated light-rock style of Gently Flowing Feeling. Melodic pop-edged song-writing, richly arranged around 12-string acoustic...

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