Joseph recently played on Jazz Pianist Ted Howe's latest single release titled "Sailing". This classic Christopher Cross’s song, will take you away on an ultra smooth journey into a lush musical paradise where you will literally melt into the tranquility. Ted’s arrangement and performance of this so well known anthem, will compel you to listen over and over again, letting the music take you to where you want to be.
Piano, Arrangement: Ted Howe
Bass: Joseph Patrick Moore
Drums: Quentin Robinson
Mixed & Mastered: Trammell Starks
Artwork: Dan Traynor
Produced by: Ted Howe
Joseph recently played on and produced this video for recording artist Alfreda Gerald. "Broken Promised Land" is written by Warren Haynes and was arranged by Producer Trammell Starks.
The song features:
Alfreda Gerald - vocals
Trammell Starks - keys/strings/production
Quentin Robinson - drums
Chris Blackwell - guitar
JPM - bass/video producer
VIDEO 1: Carol Albert - "For The Moment" (feat. Paul Brown)
Joseph appears in this COVID lockdown video from smooth jazz artist Carol Albert. The song is titled, "For The Moment" and is currently being promoted on Smooth Jazz Radio. The song and video also features Paul Brown (guitar/mixing engineer), and Jay Williams (drums). You can purchase this song and video in the Official Carol Albert Store.
VIDEO 2: Dan Baraszu - "Smudge"
This video was recorded in 2011 by Tom Carpenter for his local Atlanta Jazz and Blues TV show and is just resurfacing. Featuring guitarist Dan Baraszu and his song titled, "Smudge". Also appearing on the video is Kenya Boto (drums). Visit the Official Dan Baraszu Website and also his artist page on Blue Canoe Records.
VIDEO 3: Dan Baraszu - "April Fools" (LIVE)
This was recorded live at Churchill Grounds Jazz club in Atlanta, GA sometime in 2007. The original tune "April Fools" is the first tune from Dan's CD titled, "Nightfall".
Featured in this live date is:
Dan Baraszu - guitar
Louis Hariveaux - piano
Chris Burroughs - drums
JPM - double bass
Sometime between 2003-2006 Joseph had an interview with Randy McElligott, a 30 year veteran of Radio. This interview conducted by Randy with Joseph has just now surfaced as a podcast and is available to listen on many platforms or wherever you get your podcasts. Additionally, you can listen below...
In addition to being an endorser of their cables and products, Joseph is currently featured on the Analysis-Plus Cables website. Help support this wonderful company and find a dealer near you to try these cables for yourself!
“It amazes me that players will spend a fortune on instruments, speakers, pre/power amps and yet with all that high-end gear, they will use a cheap instrument/mic cable to connect the source. I’ve experimented with many of the “name brand cables” and nothing holds a candle to the Analysis Plus Cables. If you think cables don’t matter, plug in and listen to the AP cables. Record and analyze the audio wave form and you will see more transients, better definition, and tone. Analysis Plus is the bomb!.” - JPM