The Prophecy (Part I)

Abi Moore

The Prophecy (Part I)
Performed By Abi Moore
Album UPC 5050521003382
CD Baby Track ID 5946210
Label Abi Moore
Released 2006-01-01
BPM 141
Rated 0
ISRC uscgh0942174
Year 2006
Spotify Plays 31
Writer Abigail Ilona Moore
Pub Co Abigail Ilona Moore
Composer Abigail Ilona Moore
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing Grant
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Pub Grant
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country Great Britain / UK


A musical diary account of a decade in the life of British songwriter Abi Moore- relationships, bereavements, dysfunction and questioned morals wrapped up in an accessible package of acoustic contemporary folk/ rock and pop.


On the 16th June, 2006, Abi released her debut album “The Aftermath of ’96.” Chronicling her thoughts on family dysfunction, questioned morals and life experiences since the death of her best friend in the summer of 1996, Abi’s album was a success with both fans and critics alike.

Album Reviews: The Aftermath of ’96 (Released 2006)

“It is no coincidence that the cover of Lincoln singer/songwriter Abi Moore’s debut album is a diary.
Inside is an honest and sometimes courageous chronicle of the past decade, of relationships and incidents and most notably the death of her best friend ten years ago, which forms the basis of Holding On.
But there is a freshness, even an optimism about “The Aftermath of ’96,” mirrored in the quiet strength of several of these tracks, the independence of songs like When The Devil Calls, (“All the lessons that I learned in life, I learned them on my own”) and the very fact that Abi herself has written, played, sung, recorded, mixed and produced pretty much everything here.
Her voice is central to its appeal, reminiscent of Texas chanteuse Sharleen Spiteri at times and beautiful throughout, underlined by gently persuasive melodies and excellent arrangements, notably on opener Circles with its jazzy guitar and the rolling piano and gospel energy of Let It Go.
Yet the set’s standout track is not autobiographical at all but inspired by The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, The Prophecy (Part I) showcasing the breadth of her nascent musical vision while also capturing a sense of wonder and the story’s implicit spirituality. An impressive and emotionally involving introduction to a bright new talent.”
Mike Lyon, Editor of Lincoln Chronicle

“Lincoln singer/songwriter Abi has produced an accomplished collection of self- assured songs that clearly demonstrate her ability to create, arrange, perform and record songs of very memorable quality. Kicking off with Circles, a driving acoustic number, her confident voice rides the professionally executed production. In partnership with lead guitarist Adam Schofield and drummer Martin Collins, Abi goes on to impress with the wistful vocal harmonies of Holding On and dark piano and moving sax of Let It Go. Having already supported Midge Ure and played alongside Amy Winehouse, Air and Super Furry Animals, Abi has a bright future: she can only build on the impact she’s made.”
Keith Ames, Musician’s Union

Abi has since released her astounding second album "Things We Should've Said" (2009) which prompted international coffee chain Caffe Nero to ask her to be their Artist of the Month during August and September 2009. This added a huge 70 extra dates to Abi's 2009 tour. She also releases her first DVD "Live At Lincoln Drill Hall" in November 2009. The DVD will only be available through her website and at her live shows.

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