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Daniel Martin Moore - In the Cool of the Day
Jan 25, 2011
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Folk crooner and Kentucky native Daniel Martin Moore recently dropped In the Cool of the Day, a wholesome and soothing album released by Sub Pop Records.

Stripped down to traditional instruments like acoustic guitar and piano, In the Cool of the Day is a collection of new and old stories all strung together with a spiritual backbone. While religious music can sometimes be overbearing, Daniel Martin Moore remains welcoming on this album, with only touches of spiritual, rather than religious, undertones.

With the help of old friend and talented percussionist Daniel Joseph Dorff, old-time gospel favorites are modernized and new tunes carefully constructed.

"In the Garden" is graced with jazz piano and percussion layered with Moore's comforting voice and uplifting lyrics, while twangy tunes like "Up Above My Head" and "Dark Road" keep the album lively.

This album is traditional yet modern, and folk yet gospel. The religious lyrics are obvious, but not a slap in the face, which makes this album easy to listen to in any circumstance. As Moore's first gospel effort, it's apparent that these songs were important to him throughout his childhood, and it's obvious that he hopes these tracks will have the same effect on others.
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