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Jerry Lynn Williams

Jerry Lynn Williams (1948–2005) was a rock music singer and composer. He wrote such hits as "Forever Man," "See What Love Can Do," "Something's Happening," "Running on Faith" and "Pretending" for Eric Clapton.[1][2] He contributed two songs, "Real Man" and "I Will Not Be Denied" to Bonnie Raitt's 1989 Grammy Award winning album Nick of Time.


This song was written by Daniel Moore and Jerry Williams. Daniel is playing keyboard, drums and bass, guitar is played by Billy Watts and the vocal is by Jerry Williams.

Danny Flowers
Danny Flowers may be best known for having penned the classic, "Tulsa Time" (Don Williams, Eric Clapton), or as author of such soulful cuts as, "Before Believing" (title cut for Emmylou Harris's Pieces Of The Sky) and "Gulf Coast Highway" (Nanci Griffith, Emmylou Harris and Willie Nelson, Evangeline), among others, but as a solo artist, his bluesy blend of raw emotion combined with a heartfelt yearning will speak to your very soul.
James Booker
I had to pinch myself when I saw an ad for this CD and after a very interesting telephone conversation with producer and label owner Daniel Moore, I was absolutely stunned by what was said. Here was a "lost" studio session from 1973 featuring James "Gonzo" Booker, the most incredibly gifted pianist/organist to ever come out of New Orleans and he's backed by an all star crew of Crescent City pals: drummer John Boudreaux, Richard "Didimus" Washington on percussion, Alvin "Shine" Robinson on guitar, Jessie Hill on tambourines, and David Lastie on sax, with co-producer David Johnson on bass. - Real Blues Magazine -
Don Preston
When Don Preston plays the blues, it's the real thing. Don has played guitar for such R&B icons as The Coasters, The Penguins, The Jaguars, and the Olimpics. In the late 50s. Preston did further brilliant work as a sideman with Chuck Berry, Ray Sharpe, Gene Vincent, Jessie Hill, Jerry Lee Lewis, Rick Nelson, The Righteous Brothers, Ritchie Valens, and many others. Blues masters like Preston distinguish themselves not by how many notes they can play or how fast, but by how deeply they draw from the well of the musical groundwater - where the blues begins. This album, "Sacre Blues", is Don Preston at his best. Don's Website
   Daniel Moore
As a writer, his hits (i.e., gold records) have included "Shambala", with Three Dog Night, and "My Maria", with B. W. Stevenson, and just recently, Brooks and Dunn's rendition of "My Maria" on the multi-platinum Borderline album. He wrote the title cut for Bonnie Raitt's gold album "Sweet Forgiveness." He has placed songs with major artists Joe Cocker, Kim Carnes, Kenny Rogers, Waylon Jennings, Jerry Jeff Walker, The Dillards, Jennifer Warnes, Bobby Blue Bland, Canned Heat, Dizzy Gillespie, The Purify Brothers, Thelma Houston, David Clayton Thomas, The Everly Brothers, and recently, The Band, Collin James, Danny Flowers and Maria Muldaur, plus many others.
Danny Timms
Kris Kristofferson refers to him simply as "my brother Danny Timms"; Willie Nelson has called him "one of the most talented humans I know"; Bonnie Raitt has said that he has a river of music running through his veins. If you've ever been around when Danny has opened one of those veins and let the music flow out of him, then you know exactly what they're talking about and are already a believer. If you haven't yet had the pleasure, then you've come to the right place. Enjoy the tunes, and thanks for listening.
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Compilation Album
Beware Of The World Featuring Daniel Moore’s co-writers; Marty Grebb, Glen Clark, Jeff Thomas, Nathan Moore, Jodi Siegel & Gary Montgomery.
Marty Grebb (The Buckinghams, songs recorded by The Band) Glen Clark (Performed with Delbert McClinton, Jim Belushi, songs recorded by Bonnie Raitt, Delbert McClinton) Jeff Thomas (Entertainer of the Year in Las Vegas) Nathan Moore (Daniel’s son) Jodi Siegel (songs recorded by Maria Muldaur, Marsha Ball) Daniel Moore, Ginny Snow on background vocals, Gary Montgomery (The Colours)
Eddie Zip
Eddie Zip was born and raised in New Orleans. He grew up with the masters of New Orleans music, and became one himself. His unique New Orleans piano style, silky smooth voice and funky rhythms are all contained in this CD. This is the genuine article. A great singer AND great piano player are a very rare combination now days. Whether you dance or just listen to this pop New Orleans collection of jewels, you'll want it at the top of your music library. Eddie did a historic duet with Ray Charles. Also recorded and worked with, his buddies, Dr. John, Sly Stone, Stevie Wonder, Alan Tousaint, Billy Preston, Professor Longhair, Lowell George, Bobby Womack and many more.
The Fastest Group Alive
Think about it...Not "another" group, not "a" group, but THE Group...The FASTEST Group...WOW!! Ponder that...The FASTEST. Not merely swift, nor speedy, but the Fastest. What an honor. But with honor, add obligation, hard labor, inspiration and a lot of temerity, because fastness is never easy.
Fort Worth West
Fort Worth West is an outstanding and versatile four piece vocal group. Loaded with session, writing and performance credits, their styles vary from traditional and modern country to Cajun Mardi Gras music. Danny Timms is music Texas style; four friends and fellow musicians each with histories steeped deep in country sound.
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