Moon And You, The / A White Light That Sings
Album:A White Light That Sings Collection:Country
Artist:Moon And You, The Added:Oct 2017

A-File Activity
Add Date:2017-10-03 Pull Date:2017-12-05 Charts:Country/Bluegrass
Week Ending:Nov 26Nov 19Nov 5Oct 22Oct 15Oct 8

Recent Airplay
1.Sep 19, 2021:That's Not Bluegrass. (rebroadcast from Nov 21, 2017)
Microchip Electrode Brain
4.Nov 21, 2017:That's Not Bluegrass.
Microchip Electrode Brain
2.Aug 03, 2019:Hanging in the bone yard
5.Nov 17, 2017:Traditions
Dress Of Your Own
3.Jun 01, 2019:Hanging in the bone yard
Dress Of Your Own
6.Nov 03, 2017:Traditions

Album Review
Kim Walter
Reviewed 2017-10-02 
The Moon and You, “A White Light That Sings”
Label: self-released
Reviewed by: Kim Walter, September 2017

First album from an Americana Duo out of Asheville, NC. Each song is varied and unique to the album. With male and female vocalists taking turns and a large array of talented musicians backing them up, this album has a lot of different sounds going on. The female singer shows unexpected depth and nuance in #4 and #5. I especially thought #10 was fun, but ironically it’s the only FCC warning on here. I also liked 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 11.
1. Med – Deep gravely voice with an upbeat Americana tune.
2. Slow - Country female voice. Story with bluesy/ swing feel
3. Med - Traditional bluegrass/ banjo at beginning the Americana sound – sounds vintage
4. Slow/Med – Female cabaret feeling
5. Slow – Female jazz/blues
6. Med – tapping love song
7. Slow – Harmonizing vocals highlight gentle song
8. Med – Americana revision of saddle music
9. Med – interesting mix of guitar picking and almost Asian sound
10. slow/med - ***FCC*** playful tune with large orchestral sound
11. slow – gentle lullaby, good end to album

Track Listing
1.Clever Worms 6.Bottom Of The Road
2.Dress Of Your Own 7.Lion And The Rabbit
3.Microchip Electrode Brain 8.Ghost
4.Somebody Else 9.Autumn Days
5.Diamonds 10.Currituck County Moon
 11.Austen's Lullabye