Get Gone

by James Harris Moore

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about

Ever since I put out my first album under the name "sawgrass" in 2008, I have been working to play out, write new songs, and collaborate with new people to expand my music. For years I thought of how to bring these new songs to life.
I met Sam Wilson from the band Sons of Bill at a songwriter night in Charlottesville and was immediately drawn to his interpretation of my songs. It was a quick decision for both of us to make this record together. Sam produced and mixed the entire record at his East of the Sun Studios which overlooks the Blue Ridge Mountains. I was also excited to work with Brian Caputo on drums and Brian Chenault on bass. Their combined presence made this record much more musically complex. Sam Wilson's musicianship ties everything together, adding electric guitar, pedal steel, lap steel and more. Wes Webb, a very talented graphic designer created the album art, inspired by the cabin Sara and I lived in our last year in Charlottesville.

Sam Wilson's production allowed us to play with sound as texture, adding ambience and mood to what would otherwise be an acoustic guitar and a vocal. There are a few rockers on the album as well, which were a lot of fun to work on. Sam turned on his distortion pedals and let loose.

The themes of this record continue the themes of my first record, "The Archipelago," but the perspective has changed with the passing years. This has been the last year of my twenties and these songs all explore the feelings of growing older and looking for home. Characters in the songs look backwards into memories or forward into an unknown future and hope for something that will steady them or give them direction.

It has been a lot of work and a long time coming. Thanks to all who helped make this a reality.

credits

released February 1, 2015

Produced, Engineered, and Mixed by Sam Wilson
at East of the Sun Studios in White Hall, Virginia

Additional engineering by Nathan Greene

Ten Year Town and Down the Mountain mixed by
Sam Wilson and Seth Green

Mastered by Independent Mastering

All songs written by James Harris Moore

James Moore: Acoustic and electric guitars, piano, keys, vocals
Sam Wilson: Electric guitars, pedal steel, lap steel and keyboards
Brian Caputo: Drums and Percussion
Brian Chenault: Bass
Abe Wilson: Organ and Keys
Design: Wes Webb

Thanks:
Sara Little, Hunter Moore, Bonnie Moore, Rebecca Moore, Alana
Levinson-LaBrosse, Seth Green, Nathan Greene, Sons of Bill, Dave Stipe, Silas,
Mason, Thank you to everyone who contributed to making this record a reality.

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James Harris Moore Nashville, Tennessee

James Harris Moore is the son of a Nashville singer/songwriter and has spent his musical life coming to terms with country music. His sound is split between the twang of Ryan Adams, the careful guitar picking of Mark Kozelek and the grit of Uncle Tupelo. His new record, Get Gone, is a set of ambient-drenched, finger-picked, folk tunes about turning 30 and searching for home in places and people. ... more

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