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Maggie Moor’s sultry alto blends original poetry, scat and improv through jazz and blues inspired ambience. Maggie Moor embodies the jazz feel of the sexy siren, and features legendary soloists. What says more than what they all say about Maggie Moor's music? “Maggie Moor’s jazzy torch songs showcase her deep, sensuous singing style and cinematic lyrics...” David Sanborn, Grammy winning saxophonist "Listening to Maggie Moor’s voice put me in a trance… I almost forgot to play my horn…” Richie Cannata (Billy Joel) Grammy Winning Saxophonist “True talent always shines and Maggie Moor is certainly glowing!” (Steve Boyer, Grammy winner for Eric Clapton, Unplugged) “Maggie Moor’s vocals are incredibly sophisticated and the production is impeccable!” Kerry Leigh, Sacramento CA Rock/Blues producer “Maggie Moor is that rare style of jazz singer who puts her deepest emotions into her song writing and then is brave enough to let those emotions come through on stage.” Mc Glaughlin Maggie Moor has recorded with musicians, David Sanborn, Buddy Williams, Kenny Rampton, Rob Paparozzi, George Laks, George Naha, Jeff Ganz, Mark White, Eddie Ojeda, Marty Dunayer
By Maggie Moor
Label: Self Produced
Track listing: Red Devil Trickery (feat Kenny Rampton and Buddy Williams) Gun Metal Blue (feat Rob Paparozzi and Buddy Williams) Girl (feat Kenny Rampton and Buddy Williams) Little Girls Eyes (feat George Naha and Buddy Williams) Sunday Afternoon (feat Kenny Rampton and Buddy Williams) Hush (feat Buddy Williams) Strangled (feat Eddie Ojeda and Buddy Williams) Muggy Sunday Afternoon (feat Dave Sanborn and Buddy Williams)