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Murdered By The Moore Brothers by Moore Brothers

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Murdered By The Moore Brothers

Moore Brothers

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Murdered By The Moore Brothers

Moore Brothers

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Label: Plain Recordings
Only true siblings like brothers Thom and Greg Moore can sing those close harmonies that sometimes birth a third voice. With their forth full length long player, the Moore Brothers recall Simon & Garfunkel's ability to make the maudlin sound melodious and romantic on songs like "Wish You'd Say." In "Bury Me under the Kissing Teens," Thom forgoes his usual penchant for scholarly lyrics with a beautiful folk song requesting to be buried in the soil under a location where teenagers go to park and make-out. "The Face" somehow makes the end of summer actually seem like a good thing.

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Only true siblings like brothers Thom and Greg Moore can sing those close harmonies that sometimes birth a third voice. With their forth full length long player, the Moore Brothers recall Simon & Garfunkel's ability to make the maudlin sound melodious and romantic on songs like "Wish You'd Say." In "Bury Me under the Kissing Teens," Thom forgoes his usual penchant for scholarly lyrics with a beautiful folk song requesting to be buried in the soil under a location where teenagers go to park and make-out. "The Face" somehow makes the end of summer actually seem like a good thing.

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About This Album

Only true siblings like brothers Thom and Greg Moore can sing those close harmonies that sometimes birth a third voice. With their forth full length long player, the Moore Brothers recall Simon & Garfunkel's ability to make the maudlin sound melodious and romantic on songs like "Wish You'd Say." In "Bury Me under the Kissing Teens," Thom forgoes his usual penchant for scholarly lyrics with a beautiful folk song requesting to be buried in the soil under a location where teenagers go to park and make-out. "The Face" somehow makes the end of summer actually seem like a good thing.