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Bring Me All Your Lovin - Allison Moorer - Show (CD, Album)

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  1. The year proved to be a momentous year for this Alabama native. Obviously influenced by the soulful, mature departure from contemporary country music taken by her sister Shelby Lynne on her release I Am Shelby Lynne, Alison Moorer has similarly grown since her album Alabama ceutepovercardhisratalalispavi.infoinfo her debut CD flirted with the fine line between traditional country and the slick Nashville.
  2. Allison Moorer. Allison Moorer (born June 21, ) is an American alternative country singer and the younger sister of Shelby Lynne. She signed to MCA Nashville in and made her debut on the U.S. Billboard country charts with the release of her debut single "A Soft Place to Fall", which reached No.
  3. Artist: Allison Moorer Title: Show Year Of Release: Label: Universal South Genre: Country / Folk Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,scans) Total Time: Total Size: mb WebSite: Album .
  4. Allison co-wrote all the songs with Doyle Primm (her husband) although a second co-writer, Kenny Greenberg, helped Allison and Doyle write Bring me all your loving. They had allowed Trisha Yearwood to record that song for her album, Where your road leads, two years before this album was released. Allison, Doyle and Kenny co-produced this album.
  5. Allison co-wrote all the songs with Doyle Primm (her husband) although a second co-writer, Kenny Greenberg, helped Allison and Doyle write Bring me all your loving. They had allowed Trisha Yearwood to record that song for her album, Where your road leads, two years before this album was released. Allison, Doyle and Kenny co-produced this album/5(52).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Show on Discogs. Label: Universal South - • Format: CD Album DVD DVD-Video, NTSC • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country •/5(3).
  7. Bring Me All Your Lovin' Lyrics: Please don't bring me flowers / Tied up in a pretty bow / I'd trade a thousand roses / For just one hand to hold / And I don't want no candy / Sugar hurts my teeth.
  8. Bring Me All Your Lovin' And I'll be satisfied That's the truth. No, there's nothing at the five-and-dime That I really need Your kiss is the only gift That means a thing to me. Bring Me All Your Lovin' That's something you can't buy Bring Me All Your Lovin' And I'll give you all of mine. Bring Me All Your Lovin' Throw your presents in the creek.
  9. Lucinda Williams is a good match for Moorer, and if you enjoy Allison's work, you should probably check out Lucinda also. They could just tour together and make me one of the happiest guys in the Southeast. Allison covers a Neil Young song here, and since this is more like what I normally listen to, that won me over to Allison once again/5(32).

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