Blue Canoe Records to release JPM “Decade 1996-2005″ CD on May 30th, 2006. Featuring remixes and remastered tunes, selected by JPM. JPM also performed all the instruments on the title track “Decade“.
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“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
Reviewer: Lynda Dale MacLean
Reviewer’s Rating: 8
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.
Blue Canoe Records releases a live recording of JPM and friends:
“Live in 05″ was recorded at “This House Rocks” in Atlanta, GA on April 2nd, 2005.
Al Smith – Keys
Jon Chalden – Drums
Al McSpadden – EWI and Bass EWI
Emrah Kotan – Percussion
Joseph Patrick Moore’s jazz trio has just released their second CD titled, “Wherever We Go”:
Joseph Patrick Moore — Drum & Bass Society Vol. 1
Starting things off with “Down Under” by Men at Work, Joseph Patrick Moore also retools work by The Fixx, The Specials (“Ghost Town”), Phish (“Heavy Things”), and Tony Williams (“Creatures of Conscience”), while offering seven originals. I really dig his funky cover of The Fixx’s “One Thing Leads to Another”, which makes you remember how much great music the ‘80’s and early ‘90s had to offer. His style is jazzy progressive rock with a nod to world and funk. His bass playing is masterful and bouncy with lively tones.
Reviewed by: J-Sin
Check out Joseph’s jazz trio project, the E.M.P. Project:
JPM is currently in the studio completing his fourth CD, titled: “JPM’s Drum & Bass Society – Volume 1″. With the help of some of his friends, he has assembled an all star cast.
Bass: JPM, Adam Nitti
Drums: Electronic Drums & Percussion: Jeff Sipe, Count M’butu, Larry Blewitt, Ben Taylor, Emrah Kotan, Vic Stafford
Keys: Dr. Dan Matrazzo, Frank “buzz” Amato
Mandolin: Tim Ussery
Guitar: Johnny Mosier, Howard Parks, Brent Cundall
Pedal Steel Guitar: Mark Van Allen
Woodwinds & Horns: El Buho, Vance Thompson, David Freeman, Kenneth Lovell
Vocals: Snake Oil Medicine Show, Temple Passmore, Matthew Messer, Kirsten Shippert, Brent Cundall, Ryan Taylor, Ira Hochberg, Heather Purdin
Produced: Larry Blewitt and JPM
Mixed: Vic Stafford, JPM, Jay Ackerman
Mastered: Emily Lazar
Bass Player Magazine October 1993
On the jazz side of the street, three promising students were recently named winners of $1,000 awards from the Milt J. Hinton Scholarship fund: Joe Martin, Joseph Moore, and Nathan Peck. Martin is a student at William Paterson College; Moore is hittin the books at Memphis State University; and Peck, a 16-year old from West Virginia, is planning to pursue private instruction. The judges were Milt Hinton himself (of course) and noted jazz bassists Jay Leonhart and Charnett Moffett. The winners were chosen on the basis of their performances, their background, and an assessement of the potential benefits of private instruction in furthering their musical development.