Dakota Moon Discography of CDs
||Place to Land CD (2002) |
Dakota Moon music CDs Dakota Moon doesn't change too much on their second album, A Place to Land, again working with producer Andrew Logan and again going for a somewhat uncanny synthesis of early-2000s urban pop and '70s soft rock. The album-opening title track is perhaps the most typical Dakota Moon moment on the album, sounding like half Backstreet Boys and half Eagles. The foursome then go straight into their most sexually charged song on the album, "Keeps Me Comin' (Addiction)," an album highlight that seems a little out of character for this otherwise well-mannered group. Overall, there aren't too many surprises here. Dakota Moon may have not stormed up the Billboard charts with their debut album, but that album was generally seen as a success. So it's perhaps not that surprising that Dakota Moon tried to duplicate the success of their debut, working again with Logan as the producer and retaining that uncanny synthesis of early-2000s urban pop and '70s soft rock. ~ Jason Birchmeier
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Dakota Moon: Joe Dean (vocals, guitar); Ray Artis (vocals, bass); Ty Taylor (vocals, drums); Malloy (vocals).
Personnel: Joe Dean, Ty Taylor (vocals, guitar); Malloy, Ray Artis (vocals); Rusty Anderson, Tim Pierce (guitar); Keb' Mo' (steel guitar); Chris Pierce (harmonica); Greg Phillinganes (piano); Jamie Muhoberac (organ, keyboards); Kim Bullard, Zac Rae (organ); Pam Reswick (keyboards); Abe Laboriel, Jr., Josh Freese (drums); Paulinho Da Costa (percussion); Iki Levy (drum programming); Carolyn Perry, Lori Perry, Andrew Logan, Orfeh, Billy Porter, Darlene Perry, Sharon Perry (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Michael Huff; Brad Gilderman; Brian Reeves .
Recording information: Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA; Conway Studios, Los Angeles, CA; O'Henry Studios, Burbank, CA; The Jungle Room.
Photographer: Zoren Gold.
Arrangers: Dakota Moon; Andrew Logan.
This is an Enhanced CD, which contains both regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files.
||Dakota Moon CD (1998) |
Dakota Moon discography Dakota Moon are a true rarity -- an urban group that's closer to '70s soft rock than quiet storm. Coming across like a cross between Boyz II Men and Eric Clapton ("Wonderful Tonight" and "Change the World," not "Layla"), Dakota Moon can sometimes err on the side of schmaltz, but there's a charm in their romantic convictions. Furthermore, the group rarely indulges in the vocal histrionics that mark many Boyz II Men successors, and they do have instrumental skill and a flair for sharp pop hooks. Not everything on their self-titled debut works, but the best moments, such as the single "A Promise That I Make," is urban soul of the highest order. ~ Leo Stanley
Ori. Release '98, Debut album from unusual LA Quartet which played a meld of pop rock & Urban R&B , includes 2 Top 20 A/C Singles, " A Promise I Make ", " Another Day Goes By ".
Personnel: Joe Dean, Tyrone Taylor (vocals, ...
||Promise I Make CD |
Dakota Moon songs Track Listing of songs: A Promise I Make; A Promise I Make; A Promise I Make;
||A Promise I Make (1998) |
Dakota Moon CD discography Track Listing of songs: Promise I Make; Snow In July;
Dakota Moon Lyrics and Songs
Popular or famous Dakota Moon music songs: Promise I Make Lyrics, Snow in July Lyrics, If I Can't Love You Lyrics, Lonley Days Lyrics, Let Me Have It Lyrics, Lonely Days Lyrics. More music lyrics and songs Don't Give Up On Me Lyrics, Won't Be Alone Tonight Lyrics, Call On Me Lyrics, Sweet Lady Jane Lyrics, Looking For a Place to Land Lyrics, Violet Lyrics, My Song Lyrics. More music lyrics and songs Look At Me Now Lyrics, Another Day Goes By Lyrics, Release Me Lyrics, Til We Meet Again Lyrics, I'd Be a Fool Lyrics, Getaway Car Lyrics, Black Moon Day Lyrics. See All Songs
Dakota Moon CD discography Key Personnel
|Member Name||Worked With|
|Tim Pierce||Joe Cocker, Celine Dion, Meat Loaf, Rod Stewart, Goo Goo Dolls, Michael Jackson, Eric Clapton, Kenny Loggins, Barry Manilow, Eros Ramazzotti|
|Ty Taylor||Karaoke, Vintage Trouble, Pablo Cruise, Travis Mitchell Band|
|Paulinho Da Costa||Michael Jackson, Luther Vandross, George Benson, Miles Davis, Wind Earth & Fire, Rod Stewart, Earl Klugh, Kenny G, David Sanborn, Barbra Streisand|
|Greg Phillinganes||Michael Jackson, Eric Clapton, George Benson, Kenny G, Earl Klugh, Babyface, Kenny Loggins, Paul Simon, Toni Braxton, Joe Cocker|
|Abe Laboriel Jr.|
|Josh Freese||Vandals, A Perfect Circle, Avril Lavigne, Offspring, 3 Doors Down, Michael Buble, Rob Zombie, Kelly Clarkson, Daughtry, Puddle Of Mudd|
|Rusty Anderson||Dido, Enrique Iglesias, Paul McCartney, Belinda Carlisle, Ricky Martin, No Doubt, Eros Ramazzotti, Rosa Robi, Ingrid Michaelson|
|Curt Bisquera||Nelly Furtado, Laura Pausini, Bonnie Raitt, Josh Groban, Beth Hart, Chris Isaak, Lulu, Johnny Cash, Leonard Cohen, Conjure One|
|Keb' Mo'||India Arie, Dixie Chicks, Mickey Champion, Brett Dennen, Buddy Guy, Lisa Haley, Johnny Hallyday, Coco Montoya|
|Lori Perry||Stevie Nicks, Brian Culbertson, George Duke, Rachelle Ferrell, Patti LaBelle, Laura Pausini, Joe Sample, Oleta Adams, Regina Belle, George Benson|
|Billy Porter||Barbara Cook, Carol Hall, Sam Harris, Najiyah, Rosie O'Donnell, Bill Russo, Jim Brickman, Randy Bettis|
|Orfeh||Joe Cocker, Deborah Gibson, Level III, O'Jays, Or-N-More, Freedom Williams|
|Chris Pierce||Ergs, Barefoot Servants, Doc Hopper, Fenians, For Science, Jay Nash, Sinkhole|
|Andrew Logan||Laura Pausini, Orfeh, Bird Of Ill Omen, Nobody's Angel|
|Tyrone Taylor||III Frum Tha Soul, Keystone|
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