During a visit to the UK and Ireland in November 1998 , Dan Penn (vocals, acoustic guitar) and Spooner Oldham (vocals, electric piano) captivated audiences with renditions of their considerable catalogue of self-penned soul classics. The press collectively gushed and everyone wanted to know if there was going to be a record. There was - this one. Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham, who helped shape the development of southern soul music with their legendary songwriting, musicianship and production, recorded a live album in the U. K. in 1998 called 'Moments From This Theatre: Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham Live'. The masterfully understated album features soulfully intimate renditions of many of their hits, including "I'm Your Puppet", "Sweet Inspiration", "Do Right Woman, Do Right Man", "I Met Her in Church" and "Lonely Women Make Good Lovers" - 14 songs in all, nine of them Penn-Oldham collaborations. No Depression called the LP "a master class with two great soul men". 'Moments 'gives music lovers the opportunity to hear the hits stripped down to their essentials, with nothing but Penn's deeply soulful vocals and acoustic guitar and Oldham's Wurlitzer and occasional singing. With these two consummate musicians, that turns out to be more than enough to cast a spell. Spooner Oldham is featured in the new movie "Muscle Shoals" which opens in Cinema's Oct 2013 and released on DVD (Feb 2014). Located on the banks of the Tennessee River, Muscle Shoals, Alabama (at its heart is master producer Rick Hall who founded FAME Studios) is the unlikely breeding ground for some of the most creative music in American history, Spooner Oldham is a part of that unique history and sound.