Gee, Baby: New Unreleased Track From Robert Moore

This is an out-take from the New Orleans session when Robert recorded most of the “Serve You, Ma’am” album.

Robert Moore vocals, trumpet; Ed Peterson tenor saxophone; Victor Goines clarinet; Delfeayo Marsalis trombone; Victor Atkins piano; David Pulphous bass; Troy Davis drums.

“Outta My Soul” CD Released November 11!

Outta My Soul

Two and half years ago I went to the studio with a grand idea for an album project – unique tunes with arrangements by masters – along with the area’s greatest musicians.
The recording took only three days.
The mixing/editing about six months.
The production of the final product – well, lessee here – that’d be two and a half years plus.

Finally, the album is out on FRESH! from Reference Recordings out of San Francisco!

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Outta My Soul
Jazz/Blues: Robert Moore
Outta My Soul
Fresh/Reference Recordings

Playing with a who’s-who of Portland Jazz musicians, Robert Moore has made the album of his life. He’s so hip, he could, if he chose, make the current generation of hipsters lick his shoes. He sings, plays trumpet, writes, interprets and is as cool as the other side of the pillow, if the pillow were under Miles Davis’ head and Chet Baker was drinking in the next room.

I was invited to one of the recording sessions and although I had heard and enjoyed his work for years, it was obvious that he had something special here…or something had him. Music inhabits Moore and finally he has found a way for it to inhabit you. This is not a standards album. Not by a long shot. This is Robert Moore’s universe. Being in that space is indeed the place. – Tom D’Antoni, Oregon Music News

Listen to excerpts from the album here

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