Rod Moag: The Pickin'-Singin' Professor


Rod's 'Fool Over You' 45RPM

Discography, Sounds & Sales

Annotated Discography of Rod Moag's Recordings, Song Samples, and Purchase Information

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All song samples are in mp3 format, encoded at 32 kbps & can be played by any ol' mp3 player.


Texas Releases:

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Bluegrass From The Heart, Rod Moag & Texas Grass with Billy House
TexTrax 003 | 2006

Rod Moag - Lead & Harmony Vocals, Mandolin, Fiddle, Guitar; Shirley Smith - Lead & Harmony Vocals, Guitar; Randy Rogers - Harmony Vocals, Upright Bass; Billy House - Lead & Rhythm Guitar; Rolf Sieker - Banjo; Mark Stockton - Banjo.

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"Gone, Gone, Gone"

"Lifetime Of Sorrow"

"Flame In My Heart"

Price $15 + $3 U.S. Shipping.

 


 

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Remember Me, Bill Malone and Rod Moag Play the Music of the Bailes Brothers
Hillbilly Dreams 001 | 2005

A collaboration between two retired professors, again with all-star supporting musicians. Rod plays mandolin, tenor guitar, lead guitar, fiddle and even steel on one track.

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"Will the Angels Have a Sweetheart?"
 
"It's So Hard to Smile"

"Remember Me"

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A Salute to the Heroes of Texas Swing | Various artists | TexTrax 003 | 2003

Rod Produced all 15 tracks and performed two of his original songs plus lead guitar and tenor banjo on a few cuts.

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"The Eyes of Texas"
 
"I'll Keep On Loving You"

"The Story of the Texas Drummer Boy"

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Come and Dine | Rod Moag and Texas Grass | TexTrax 002 | 2002
All gospel project with Rod’s East Texas bluegrass band, featuring three originals one written when Rod was 15 years old.

Song Samples
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"True Witness"
 
"You Go To Your Church (and I'll Go To Mine)"

Price $15 + $3 U.S. Shipping.

 


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Ah-Haa! Goes Grass, A Bluegrass Tribute to Bob Wills | TexTrax Records 001 | 2000
With an all-star supporting caste of top bluegrass and Western swing players

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"So Long, I'll See You Later"
 
"Corrina, Corrina"

Price $15 + $3 U.S. Shipping.

 


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The Pickin’-Singin’ Professor | Diploma Disk 001 | 1995.
Rod’s first solo album featuring three originals including his signature song “The Pickin’-Singin’ Professor” depicting instances of confusing his roles of professor and country performer.

Song Samples
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"My Son Calls Another Man Daddy"
 
"Yodel Lullabye"
 
"Goofus"

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Early Recordings

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Grass Cuttin’ Time in Missouri | Various Artists | MABC*| 1974
Rod and Rusty Marshall performed two brothers-style duets with guitar and mandolin on this compilation put out by the Missouri Area Bluegrass Committee, “Roll in my Sweet Baby’s Arms,” and “The Hills of Roan County”


Rachel Ann/Fool Over You | Cuca Records | 1967 | 45-RPM single
The songs were recorded in Nashville in 1965 as demos with Hank Williams fiddler, Jerry Rivers, and Kitty Wells steel player. It was locally distributed in the Madison, Wisconsin area.


The Country’s Come to Town | The Bluegrass Hoppers | Cuca 1001 | 1967
Rod’s first commercial recording as mandolinist and tenor singer in this band based in Madison Wisconsin; this vinyl album contained two of Rod’s originals, the title song and an instrumental “The Bluegrass Hop,” and was nationally distributed by Cuca.



If you cannot use the PayPal Buttons to make your purchase, here are other ways to get hold of Rod Moag’s CDs or Cassettes.

Note: CDs are $15 each. Add $3 for mailing for a single CD, $5 for 2 or more CDs. Cassettes are still available for some of his projects at $5 each plus $2 postage. It’s always best to buy direct if possible, that way the artist realizes the most benefit. If you purchase from a third party, the artist gets half the price you’ve paid or LESS.

1. Phone and get a quote for the CDs you want. Rod says, “I’ll give you an address where you can send your check.” Phone: 512.467.6825

2. E-mail Rod requesting the CDs you need. If you have a PayPal account, transfer the required amount and include your name and address and the CDs you’ve specified will be shipped out your way. You may pay via your credit card on PayPal without opening an account with them, too. E-mail: rodmoag@texas.net

3. Some of Rod’s CDs are available through County Sales in Virginia.
Phone them at: 540.745.2001 or Visit: www.countysales.com

4. A couple of Rod’s CDs are on Amazon.com.

5. Visit one of Rod’s gigs and get an autograph on your CD.

 

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