Eddie Moore And The Outer Circle is with StayWise Music, Media and 3 others. 12 September 2017 ·. That time we Crushed The Tank Room for our album release party. Ohh how we miss theee.
EM/OC at C'mon Everybody.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Let Me Be The One. 2. –Delbert Barker. Queen City Records Cincinnati 23, Ohio.
EDDIE MOORE is a fusion music artist. When you speak to Eddie Moore you find an ocean of calm, and when you listen to Eddie Moore & The Outer Circle you find the depth of that ocean. Eddie reaches from the soul with every note, in a deep way, with a tension just below the surface. His yearning for exploration and curiosity in music contribute to an ebb and flow freedom of expression, that in result gives to new discovery.
Eddie Macon will do anything for and to be with his wife and young son, Chris and Bobby. It is for Bobby that they moved from Florida to Texas, one injustice after another which lands Eddie behind bars at Huntsville ultimately on a twenty year sentence.
After Hours is the ninth solo studio album by Irish guitarist Gary Moore, released in 1992. The album features guest contributions from . King and Albert Collins. Separate Ways" (October 1992). Since I Met You Baby" (August 1992). Story of the Blues" (May 1992). Only Fool in Town" (USA Only). Cold Day in Hell" (February 1992). Gary Moore – guitar, vocals. Will Lee, Bob Daisley, Johnny B. Gaydon – bass. Graham Walker, Anton Fig – drums. Tommy Eyre – keyboards. Martin Drover – trumpet.
Kentucky Hillbilly Rockabilly Man. Ace, Stomper Time Records.
DELBERT BARKER Bimbo EDDIE MOORE You Better Not Do That JIM FAIR I’ll Be There/Second Thing. DELBERT BARKER Are You Mine /Kisses Don’t Lie EDDIE MOORE In The Jailhouse Now INEZ HELLMAN Making Believe Note: Duet by Delbert Barker and Inez Hellman DELBERT BARKER Hearts Of Stone/ Let Me Go Lover MARLON RAMEY If You Ain’t Lovin’ JESSIE & JIM Beware Of It 4-142 DELBERT BARKER. cial and recorded a live album from the show for Parlophone Records. He performed two songs, Carl Perkins’ Boppin’ The Blues and Web Pierce’s Teenage Boogie in front of a studio audience. Terry continued to tour promoting his recordings but his big break came at the expense of Jerry Lee Lewis when the latter artist was forced to leave Britain shortly after the beginning of his . tour with the Treniers early in 1958.