1971 Daniel Moore – Daniel Moore

Daniel Moore is the first solo album by Daniel Moore, released in 1971.

Daniel Moore (born 1941 in Walla Walla, Washington, U.S.) is an American musician, singer and songwriter. He co-wrote the song “My Maria” with B. W. Stevenson. Recorded by the latter, the song was a pop hit in 1973. Moore also wrote the song “Shambala”, a song which was a hit for both B. W. Stevenson and Three Dog Night that same year. “My Maria” was also a country hit in 1996 when recorded by Brooks and Dunn. In addition, Moore has written songs for other artists, including Joe Cocker and Bonnie Raitt.


1  May 16, +75 (Daniel Moore) 03:06
2  (That’s What I Like) In My Woman (Daniel Moore) 02:27
3  C. Paul And Mabel (Daniel Moore) 02:05
4  One More River To Cross (Daniel Moore) 02:44
5  Sweet Love Song To My Soul (Daniel Moore) 03:03
6  (Do You Like) Funky Music (Buzz Clifford) 03:09
7  World War I (Daniel Moore) 03:13
8  Ride Mama Ride (Daniel Moore) 02:54
9  Drake The Snake (Daniel Moore) 03:24
10  Hollywood Joe (Daniel Moore) 03:13
11  Did I See You Tremble Brother (Daniel Moore) 02:38


BassChris Ethridge
BassChris Stainton
BassDavid Jackson
BassWolfgang Melz
DrumsDavid Potter
DrumsJim Keltner
DrumsSandy Konikoff
GuitarBarry Zweig
GuitarBuzz Clifford
GuitarDavid Doud
GuitarDenny Brooks
GuitarDon Preston
GuitarWesley Watt
GuitarPete Kleinow
GuitarT-Bone Burnett
KeyboardsChris Stainton
KeyboardsCraig Doerge
KeyboardsDavid Jackson
KeyboardsGary Montgomery
KeyboardsJim Goodew
KeyboardsJohn Galley
KeyboardsMatthew Moore
PercussionBobby Torres
Background VocalsBuzz Clifford
Background VocalsGary Montgomery
Background VocalsGloria Jones
Background VocalsMatthew Moore
VocalsDaniel Moore

Liner Notes

Producer – Daniel Moore
Engineer – Daniel Moore, Joe Wilson, Roger Nichols

Design, Photography – Tom Gundelfinger