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New JPM StoreFront August 27, 2010

Date: 8-26-2010
Post: Frank Willis
Re: Joseph Patrick Moore Storefront – JPM MERCH

We are pleased to introduce the New JPM StoreFront. We have many exclusive offers as well as free downloads.
JPM Storefront

Check out the storefront by clicking here

 

Video Interview May 11, 2010

Joseph was recently interviewed by Bob Carter of Bob’s Music Connection. In this three part video interview, Joseph discusses his newest release To Africa With Love as well as his upcoming tour with Earl Klugh, Bob James and many other past/future musical adventures. Check out the video interview below or visit Bob’s Music Connection.
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NoTreble.com July 30, 2009

I’ve recently joined as an Advisory Board member to NoTreble.com.  I’m excited to be apart of this bass website and look forward in watching its future growth. This bass webzine is a great resource for any aspiring bassplayer regardless of style or influence and I’m honored to be apart of it.  I would encourage all bassists to check out and bookmark this website.

The Site For Bass Players

The Site For Bass Players

Cheers,
JPM

 

FretlessBass.com 2007 Interview April 18, 2007

http://www.fretlessbass.com

Feature/Interview/JPM – 2007 – Click Here


 

Independent Music – May 2002 May 22, 2002

Independent Music – May 2002
Review by John Scalzi

Alone Together

Alone Together

Bassist Joseph Patrick Moore has put together a contemporary music album of all bass – not just bass as the highlighted instrument, but all bass all the time. However, he mixes up the bass sounds by using upright acoustic bass, picked and bowed, eletric bass, and electronically processed bass to create a whole spectrum of noise, in several genres of music, from ambient-like to jazzy. At its best (album opener WATERFALL) it creates a sonically-arresting space. At its least effective, it’s elevator music (note to JPM: Nice of you to cover Bobby McFerrin’s DRIVE, but while you are a fine bassist, you’re really not a singer). Fortunately, there are  rather more good moments than bad ones.  Bassists in particular should enjoy this album as example of what their uderappreciated instrument can do, the rest of us can simply enjoy Moore’s ability to turn a single instrument into an entire band’s worth of sound

 

 
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