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Ian Moore — The Agitator
Album: Aerie
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Released: 2014
Length: 2:40
Plays (last 30 days): 1
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Now I can't get the  "I in the Sky" song from Sesame Street out of my head....
I never heard this song before, the universe saved it for me tonight when I needed it most. I keep thinking relocation is the change I need, but I love my town. Perhaps my 12 hours of community service at Meals 4 Wheels will lead me to some kind of revelation. I'm just looking foward to greeting the old folks who rely on it ♥
Chicka boom
chicka boom

Chicka boom
chicka boom

Chicka boom
chicka boom
Went to see Ian Moore just because I heard his music on RP. A good show. 
  passsion8 wrote:
Same melody and cadence as Tina Dico - Sacre Coeur

 
 jasko wrote:
Blaze of glory ?

 
 Stephen_Phillips wrote:
Ah BillG, me thinks this is not a random segue from Shawn Colvin's "Shotgun down the avalance"?

It certainly has the same guitar picking melody... are you checking to see who else notices it?  

It sounds similar to those songs and many others (e.g.: Seger's "Turn The Page") largely because it strings together chords from a traditional "folk' scale (Dm - C - G - F, in this case).
 k3rmit wrote:

Was just thinking that and looked at comments to see if others had!

 
agreed! 
Ah BillG, me thinks this is not a random segue from Shawn Colvin's "Shotgun down the avalance"?

It certainly has the same guitar picking melody... are you checking to see who else notices it? 
Nice tune. And it was used in the soundtrack of great PC game "Alan Wake" before.
 jasko wrote:
Blaze of glory ?

 
Was just thinking that and looked at comments to see if others had!
Blaze of glory ?


rock on Shia
Same melody and cadence as Tina Dico - Sacre Coeur
 fredriley wrote:
A nice, poignant song, but the "oom-chikka" does rather remind me of Mungo Jerry's In the Summertime :o)

 
You say that like it's a bad thing.


A nice, poignant song, but the "oom-chikka" does rather remind me of Mungo Jerry's In the Summertime :o)
pls play Caroline by Ian, it's still pending in the submissions que - super sweet song.. {#Cheesygrin}
overall, this is a nice song.... but that break in his voice is just too gimicky and over emphasized.  It really holds the song back
 strick wrote:
Haven't been on here in a few months.  Just tuned in a couple songs ago and this song reminded me why I need to listen here more often.  NICE sounds...  Cheers!

 

What! A few months without RP? I need a daily fix :-)
Fantastic musician.
i knew it was about the Civil War
Thought it was Dave Grohl singing...
He won't piss this way again? 
That falling voice! {#Eh}
Nice melody... 7  -1 for the "falling" voice = 6
Haven't been on here in a few months.  Just tuned in a couple songs ago and this song reminded me why I need to listen here more often.  NICE sounds...  Cheers!
well Ian, I hope you do pass this way again, you've got a cool sound man!
Nice.


Common theme, but well done.  
Kind of dropped off of the radar for me after "Modernday Folklore" (1995). I went to some funked up beer garden in Houston to see him after his song "Muddy Jesus" hit the airwaves. Unfortunately I left before his scheduled appearance--bored and nothing to do but watch a thunderstorm rolling in. My loss, the storm ran through and I heard later that his band played really well. Nice to hear from him again--not the sound I would have expected at all but I like it.