Helen Lewis Moore | Harold

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Harold

by Helen Lewis Moore

Bluesy, velvety vocals with a clever sassy style of writing. Humor and true sentiment all mixed together with smart insightful lyrics.
Genre: Country: Country Pop
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2. Everyday Blessing
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3. I Got A Man
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4. If You Can Hear Me
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5. The L Word
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6. Fly
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7. Father's Day
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8. That Works For Me
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9. Harold
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10. Everywhere I Look
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11. Man Of The House
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12. Ride Baby Ride
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13. House On The Corner
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14. I Ain't Afraid Of Love
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15. Rhythm Of A Different Love
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16. Through The Years
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17. Co-Dependence Day
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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HELEN LEWIS MOORE
Helen hails from Dedham, Massachusetts, a small town just outside of Boston. She began playing guitar and piano at the age of ten and had written her first song by eleven. She had a musical influence in the family, Her mother,who was originally from Nashville was also a singer, performing on many radio shows in the forties, including WSM. Helen spent her early years pursuing an acting career. She attended the Boston Conservatory of Acting and later received her BFA in Musical Theater from Stephens College in Missouri. She worked as an actress, model, and singer for ten years in New York City and has performed lead roles such as Guinevere in "Camelot", Ado Annie in "Oklahoma", Eve in "The Apple Tree", Gilmer in "Godspell", and many others. In 1983 she decided to concentrate on singing and composing and began performing with her own band in nightclubs throughout Manhattan. She moved to Nashville in 1990, and her song, "Pick a Lane", was recorded by Janie Fricke. Helen is also a member of the Nashville based, all female country group "Queen of Hearts" who perform regularly at the renowned Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, for more information go to www.queenofhearts.info. you can email Helen at iasmusic@comcast.net


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Tamara Turner, CD Baby


With soft sincerity echoing the absorbing voice of Karen Carpenter, the hearty, supple songwriting of Anne Murray and the contemporary relevance of Jann Arden, Helen Lewis Moore imparts a hummable, soothing reduction of adult contemporary, light country, soft rock and gentle folk. Her music narrows in on the song within the song, the pulse inside the pulse, giving a simplifed elegance to matters of the heart, yet at the same time, she articulates these exquisitely common sentiments with an intangible detachment, a wistful "so-be-it" feeling that only enhances the sense that beauty cannot be held onto firmly. It isn't unusual to find yourself staring out the window upon hearing her music, gazing aimlessly or taking in the mere shape of one leaf pressing against the glass. Her album, Harold, bypasses discussion on skill and musicianship and all of the nuts and bolts that make the music tick; her music calls for an exploration of the energy that sets it all in motion to begin with. That is not to say that the album is packed with seriousness; Moore gives the same attention to playful, Patsy Cline-loving country tunes which, in the end, gives the album a well-rounded appeal.