Railroad Trax Productions is headed up by Nashville songwriter/producer Phillip Moore. Phillip has produced and developed many artists in Nashville for over 14 years. In 2005, Phillip co-produced with Buddy Cannon (noted for producing many major label artists such as Kenney Chesney, Reba McEntire, and George Jones) Warner Brothers recording artist Ray Scott’s debut album My Kind Of Music. The album included the top-40 single “My Kind Of Music” and was critically acclaimed by numerous music publications. Billboard magazine’s Phyllis Stark, listed the album #1 on her top ten list of ALL albums released in 2005. Phillip also produced Ray Scott’s album Crazy Like Me and of the ten tracks on this album, six of them were recorded in the same manner as our artist demos.
In addition to his major label recording experience, Phillip has recorded many demos in the same manner we’re offering to you. Listed below are just a few of the songs that started out as Railroad Trax demos:
*Single White Female--#1 single for MCA recording artist Chely Wright; written by Shaye Smith & Carolyn Dawn Johnson.
*Pray For The Fish--charted single for Randy Travis; written by Ray Scott, Dan Murph, & Phillip Moore.
*Brothers--#24 Single (2009) for artist Dean Brody; written by Dean Brody (2 additional songs on Dean's Broken Bow debut album started out as demos Phillip created.)
Being a songwriter himself, Phillip understands the needs of fellow songwriters. Phillip's other writing credits include:
*A Few Questions--#7 single for Clay Walker (from the RCA album A Few Questions); written by Adam Wheeler, Ray Scott, & Phillip Moore.
*Pray For The Fish-- Charted single for Randy Travis (the follow up single to “Three Wooden Crosses” from Randy’s Grammy-winning, RIAA gold-certified album Rise and Shine); written by Ray Scott, Dan Murph, & Phillip Moore.
*The Gift--recorded by Randy Travis (also on the album Rise and Shine); written by Ray Scott & Phillip Moore.
*Gone Either Way-- Charted single for Warner Brothers artist Ray Scott; written by Ray Scott, Phillip Moore, & John Bolinger.
* Poor Folks--recorded by Trace Adkins (on his current album Proud To Be Here); written by Ray Scott & Phillip Moore.