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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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BAJ’s BassTalk Interview March 13, 2007

bajs BassTalk

Bass Interview/JPM – 2007


 

WikiMusicGuide.com 2006 Interview January 1, 2007

WikiMusicGuide.com

 

Feature/Interview/JPM – 2007 – Click Here

 

 


 

BassCast.com 2006 Interview/Co-Host July 13, 2006

BassCast

Bass Feature/Interview/Co-Host JPM – 2006 – Click Here

You Can Dowload This Podcast Here

Feature CD: “Decade: 1996 – 2005” by Joseph Patrick Moore.
Step Back In Time: “Stanley Clarke” by Stanley Clarke.
We also catch up on a stack of great bass oriented new releases.
The co-host is Joseph Patrick Moore.

 

InstituteOfBass.com 2006 Interview February 1, 2006

Institute of Bassists

 

 

Bass Feature/Interview of JPM – 2006 – Click Here

 

 

“In this interview, Moore talks about his new recordings as a solo artist and a member of E.M.P. Project, Blue Canoe Records, doing remote sessions via the web, teaching online through MusicDojo, and the benefits of playing both electric and acoustic upright basses.  Whether recording as a solo artist, performing as a member of E.M.P. Project, or touring as a sideman, Joseph Patrick Moore has demonstrated the diversity of his musical prowess across a broad spectrum of musical genres while utilizing acoustic upright, electric, and fretless basses.” – Cliff Engel

 

JazzReview.com 2004 Interview June 11, 2004

jazzreview.com

Interview of JPM – 2004 – Click Here

“With the release of his fourth CD as a leader, DRUM N BASS SOCIETY – Vol. 1 (Blue Canoe Records – 2004), Joseph Patrick Moore captures a variety of moods, sound textures, and grooves – yes, he always grooves. His musical inspiration comes from a diverse range of musical styles and is motivated by the influences of various legendary artists of many different musical genres. Yet, his music still retains the right creative balance between familiarity and uniquely original in context.” – Chris Burnett

 

 
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