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Growing up in Altadena, California, Greg and Thom Moore shared a room for 15 years, in which they amassed a tiny collection of LP’s stolen from their parents. Over time, the Cowsills, Bee Gees, and the Beatles gave way to Thomas Dolby, the Cocteau Twins, and the Incredible String Band. On May 5, 2003, the Moore Brothers released their second album, On and Out, which was released on Amazing Grease Records. It features the same production and rhythm section team as their debut album, Colossal Small. Producer Jon Erickson supplies the bass while Andrew Borger (Norah Jones, Preston School of Industry, Tom Waits) plays drums. Like its predecessor, it features a wide array of styles and moods that showcase the Brother’s close harmony singing and their individual talents as well. The themes explored on the album include problematic relationships, marriage, and nuclear explosions.


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  • boygirlpartee

    such an under-rated, fantastic band!

    12 Oct 2011 Reply
  • ska4me

    Saw these guys at a show in San Francisco with Paula Frazer and Kristin Hersh and was REALLY amazed by them live. Ran home, bought CDs...and was bored to tears. Were these really the same guys I saw live? Apparently so. MUCH better live than on CD, where they're a half-baked Simon and Garfunkel cover band...

    17 May 2010 Reply
  • LePlatypope

    Not my thing. I saw them open for Joanna Newsom and they were cute at first and then they were just way annoying.

    21 Mar 2010 Reply
  • Crkdrain

    Does anyone know the name of the one a capella song they do about throwing the girl in the river? I would so happy if someone gave me this information.

    20 Mar 2010 Reply
  • ninjapox

    What f3a571ing said. They were alright, but definitely not a good opener for a higher energy band like Why?, or even AU (actually, especially AU)

    13 Nov 2009 Reply
  • f3a571ng

    Saw them with Why? and AU. They might have been ok if I was in the mood for boring guitar and vocals... but I wasn't. They played FAR too long and I would have been ok if their set was waaaay shorter. It was TECHNICALLY good (meaning they play well and have nice voices), but just bland overall.

    13 Nov 2009 Reply
  • zackgress

    They're dead like me

    12 Apr 2009 Reply
  • misterdoctor

    They're the Dead to me.

    4 Oct 2008 Reply
  • lsnshmit

    They're dead to me.

    13 May 2008 Reply
  • der_erwin

    felt a bit like a simon and garfunkel coverband.. (i love simon and garfunkel) every song was good, but they were all in all too similar. but one song blew me away. one of the best guitar-voice-voice-songs i ever heard...and i don't know the name of the song =/

    14 Sep 2007 Reply
  • PrettyVegans

    Nice show in the Frankfurt-church, nice. A bit boring, yes, but definitly nice. The voices and the guitar: very fine! Thank you.

    14 Sep 2007 Reply

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