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Maggie Moor's Greatest Hits

Maggie Moor's Greatest Hits by Maggie Moor
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Maggie Moor

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2013
Duration: 00:37:00
Views: 609

Track Listing

Red Devil Trickery (feat Kenny Rampton and Buddy Williams) Gun Metal Blue (feat Rob Paparozzi and Buddy Williams) Girl (feat Kenny Rampton and Buddy Williams) Little Girls Eyes (feat George Naha and Buddy Williams) Sunday Afternoon (feat Kenny Rampton and Buddy Williams) Hush (feat Buddy Williams) Strangled (feat Eddie Ojeda and Buddy Williams) Muggy Sunday Afternoon (feat Dave Sanborn and Buddy Williams)


Maggie Moor
voice / vocals
Marty Dunayer
Rob Paparozzi
David Sanborn

Additional Personnel / Information

George Naha, guitars

Album Description

Maggie Moor's Greatest Hits is a compilation of the most popular recordings from her debut album, Red Devil Trickery produced by Marty Dunayer and Steve Boyer. These songs are personal stories from Maggie's life, written originally on a Martin acoustic, and arranged by Marty Dunayer. Hush and Strangled were elaborated upon and thus co-written by Dunayer and Moor. Recorded at Musecat Studio NYC, Mixed and Mastered at Avatar Studio NYC. Added feature Muggy Sunday Afternoon (feat Dave Sanborn). This is an all star album, featuring a legendary soloist on each track, and drumming legend Buddy Williams. Video Red Devil Trickery takes you to Las Vegas and The Cutting Room NYC, featuring Steve Boyer as Buddy Williams, IFBB Pro BodyBuilder Doug Dolphin as Kenny Rampton, Mary Noecker as Jeff Ganz, and George Naha and Marty Dunayer as themselves. Video Girl is a languid image scape of Maggie Moor singing to you the story of Girl, with her eyes and soul.



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