Alicia Hall Moran Articles

INTERVIEWS

Alicia Hall Moran: Feeling Blue

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Alicia Hall Moran has been stealing--if not steeling--hearts and minds since she first opened her mouth to sing. Over a career spanning as many years as genres, Alicia has plugged her vocal cords into an ever-expanding circuitry of creative electricity. Whether in solo recital at the MoMA, reinventing Motown classics with guitarist Thomas Flippin, or nationally touring on stage as Gershwin's Bess, she brings her apparent all to any given project so that she might become aware of what's left ...

CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Alicia Hall Moran: Heavy Blue

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After years of orbiting, with projects ranging from a celebrated turn as Porgy's Bess on Broadway to her own Motown revue, Alicia Hall Moran has at last landed on Earth long enough to burrow nearly to its core in search of vocal identity on the debut recording, Heavy Blue. Here is a portrait not only of a singer, but also of one who sings, the difference being that the former adapts--mind, body, and soul--to the rhythms of an unstable world ...


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