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Frank Prince Member. I saw him when he was about 19 years old, before his 1st album came out. He was absolutely killer in a 3 piece format, great riffs and solos everywhere. I think this was before he got some vocal coaching, because the singing was pretty light compared to the guitar playing.
His vocals were amazing on the 1st album, but there wasn't as much epic playing. Still loved that record, though. It would be great to hear him get back to the more primal, killer guitar playing of his early years.
That first album is in my top 25 of all time. He had already started to change with his follow up Modern Day Folklore but it was quite good as well. Saw him at least 4 times, once when I was skiing in Vail. Was so weird he was playing in a little club in town, very thin crowd and I got to stand right in front and watch him crush it all night. One of my fondest memories of seeing someone play live. Messages 8, I was just thinking about Ian Moore and found this thread.
I've seen him so many times, def some of the best shows I've seen. He's plays something different every time I see him My fav was when he was touring And All the Colors. OMG, so good, I didn't want it to end. Saw so many great players that night, including George Lynch and Eric Gales. Ian finished the show and it was awesome. He's been hit or miss with shows and material in the past, but this night he was all about rocking out, and he lit it up. Can't wait for folks to start gigging again so I can maybe see him play again.
From that night:. Last edited: Aug 8, If leaving the Texas blues rock genre has allowed him greater happiness and a more satisfactory artistic career, then more power to him. This post a week back from Ian on FB gave a insight into his change of direction Bill Hicks is my spiritual guru. My Mother was raised Episcopalian.
My Father was raised Jewish. My father was a Buddhist Scholar who believed there was a lot of truth in the bedrock of the counter culture. My brother and I grew up going to Sunday school at both the Synagogue and the Church in what I imagine was an attempt to keep their families happy and us somewhat aware of our spiritual lineage, but we were raised in a household that leaned closest to the precepts of Buddhism.
I guess that makes me a Mutt. I figured if I portrayed Jesus as an immigrant, some people would open their eyes a little to what was really going on. I think I get my idealism from my mom. I learned a couple of things.
Secondly, people only see what they want to see, and build and find narratives to fit their agenda. My high school, Austin High was centrally located, and I had a lot of friends that came from families who had immigrated from Mexico. They worked their asses off, and though I at 16 and 17 was in great physical shape, I struggled to keep up with men that were 20 years older than me.
I learned so much about family, warmth, and gratitude from these times. It hurts my heart and my spirit when I see people outright lie about folks that I know, calling them thugs and criminals. Our economic industries are still built on the backs of people that work harder than many of us ever will, literally killing themselves to provide a better opportunity for their children.
In , my manager, Jan, and I flew out to Nashville to try to salvage our relationship with our label Capricorn Records.
Things had started to go south during the sessions for Modern Day Folklore. We were ensconced in a bubble, working with Mark Howard. We had jam sessions nightly with Daniel, Billy Gibbons, member or the Meters, and more. The record was ambitious and a bit sprawling, but we were really excited for our fans to hear it.Ian Moore's seventh studio album and first for Spark & Shine, El Sonido Nuevo, finds him playing the frontman to a classic power trio, The Lossy Coils/5(3).