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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

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The Celebrity Cafe – December 2005 December 24, 2005

Live in 05'
Live in 05′

 

Joseph Patrick Moore is an accomplished bassist and composer and “Live in 05” recorded at “This House Rocks” in Atlanta, GA is a sensational Jazz album. I love the bass and percussion and felt the album, as a whole, had such a distinctive voice. 

“SoulCloud” and “Mystery” have such a cool vibe going on. “Prayer of Solitude” darn this track was way too short; it was so awesome! “Datz It” (version 2005) ended the CD in style. “Live in 05” by Joseph Patrick Moore is a fine Jazz album that I really connected with. 
 

 

Reviewer: Lynda Dale MacLean 

Reviewer’s Rating: 8

Added: 24-Dec-2005

 

Homegrown Music – May 2002 May 21, 2002

Homegrown Music May 2002
Dancing Tree Newsletter May 21, 2002
Review by Bryan Rodgers

Alone Together

Alone Together

Joseph Patrick MooreAlone Together CD– Outstanding solo work from this master of the low end!  This is truly a solo bass CD, with Moore using only bass to create his visions. Loops, solos, and complex compositions dot this enhanced CD, which features a video of Moore performing DRIVE, and much more. Moore is best know for hist stints with BlueGround UnderGrass
and Fiji Mariners.

Your jaw will be on the floor….this guy simply tears it up!

 

 
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