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Take Five With Joseph Patrick Moore
by Joseph Patrick Moore
Meet Joseph Patrick Moore: For more than a decade Joseph Patrick Moore has been touring, recording, and establishing himself as an artist with a unique voice and a diversity of talents. His skills as bassist; composer; arranger; producer; author; educator and founding partner of Blue Canoe Digital illustrate why he is a highly sought after musician. Moore's music and creative vision echo the spirits of Quincy Jones and Herbie Hancock, to name a few.Instrument(s): ...read more
Joseph Patrick Moore: Decade 1996 - 2005
by Stephen Latessa
There is a certain bravery in presenting snapshots of yourself over the course of a decade, as bassist Joseph Patrick Moore does on this appropriately titled compilation. Including a generous nineteen tracks, Decade features Moore in a variety of settings backed by a diverse group of musicians. As expected, his bass work is the focus here, driving the songs and providing a sense of continuity, despite the changing lineups.
Most importantly, Decade fulfills the task of presenting an ...read more
Joseph Patrick Moore: Drum And Bass Society, Vol. 1
by Mark Sabbatini
When an album opens with a quirky reinterpretation of the 1980s hit Down Under" it's safe to assume the artist is looking to have a good time.
Joseph Patrick Moore succeeds to a degree in bringing listeners along on Drum And Bass Society, Vol. 1, even if the cast of players doesn't quite let its collective hair down enough to make this a consistent fun fest throughout. It's an all-over-the-map jam band romp where nobody's the life of ...read more
Joseph Patrick Moore (Moore Music Productions: Soul Cloud
by Todd S. Jenkins
Versatile Atlanta-based bassist Moore’s new album is packed with fun grooves from the word go. His technique and ideas are steeped in the electric bass developments of the past thirty years, but with a fresh contemporary edge.
The band fries up a hot passel of funk on track #1. The horns are hot and deep into the boogie, Moore's envelope-filtered bass adds a Bootsy Collins vibe, and Aquarium Rescue Unit guitarist Jimmy Herring tempers the sauce with a cupful of ...read more