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Mastering complete…CD release date announced March 13, 2010

It has been a little while since I’ve blogged, as I’ve been busy completing my 8th CD titled – “To Africa With Love“.  The mastering was completed by Ken Love at MasterMix in Nashville, TN on February 11th, 2010.

I’m so excited to share this new CD!!  The release date(s) are as follows:

* To Africa With Love (single – featuring Seth Condrey): to be released on April 13th, 2010
* To Africa With Love(full CD – 13 songs): to be released on Blue Canoe Records on May 11th, 2010
* To Africa With Love (DVD/Movie Documentary): to be announced after May 11th.

Much more will be announced in the coming weeks so stay tuned.  In the meantime, you can check out the “official CD site” at: http://www.JPMAfricaLove.com

To Africa With Love

As well as the EPK Documentary about “To Africa With Love”

Watch:

That’s all for now.
Peace,

Joseph Patrick Moore

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All Music Guide – June 3, 2002 June 3, 2002

AllMusicGuide.com 

By Matt Collar

 

Alone Together

Alone Together

 

 

Bassists and bass fanatics should find much to salivate over on Joseph Patrick Moore’s all-bass solo CD, Alone Together. Moore performs all the basses here, more often than not multi-tracking himself with various accompaniment on different basses; he is technically proficient on both acoustic double bass and the myriad electric kinds. Interestingly, Moore even creates rhythm tracks with the various clicks and taps he generates from the bass strings, as is evident on his cover of The Police’s “Masoko Tanga.”  The music is resolutely jazz-based, but also features funk, rock, classical, world, modern atonal, and soul styles. Many of the songs lean toward the avant-garde and feature fuzzy soundscapes and impressionist textures, even when Moore attacks a standard such as the album’s namesake. Despite the impressive technical and creative abilities Moore showcases here, there is an insular quality to the recording, almost as if he made the album as a personal experiment he could control completely with no outside input. This makes for a beautiful if somewhat preconceived and clinical listen. Nonetheless, a project this ambitious and unique is worth checking out.

 

 
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