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Album: Moore Makes 4
# Song Title   Time
1)    SOS Album Version More Info... 4:45
2)    Bye Bye Blackbird Album Version More Info... 6:41
3)    Stars Fell On Alabama Album Version More Info... 5:12
4)    Ralph's Boogie Album Version More Info... 4:28
5)    Quasimodo Album Version More Info... 3:31
6)    Like Someone In Love Album Version More Info... 5:59
7)    Polka Dots And Moonbeams Album Version More Info... 7:44
8)    Squatty Roo Album Version More Info... 4:44
9)    Everything I Love Album Version More Info... 6:15
10)    My Romance Album Version More Info... 5:31
11)    The Champ Album Version More Info... 2:27
 

Album: Moore Makes 4
# Song Title   Time
1)    SOS Album Version More Info... 4:45
2)    Bye Bye Blackbird Album Version More Info... 6:41
3)    Stars Fell On Alabama Album Version More Info... 5:12
4)    Ralph's Boogie Album Version More Info... 4:28
5)    Quasimodo Album Version More Info... 3:31
6)    Like Someone In Love Album Version More Info... 5:59
7)    Polka Dots And Moonbeams Album Version More Info... 7:44
8)    Squatty Roo Album Version More Info... 4:44
9)    Everything I Love Album Version More Info... 6:15
10)    My Romance Album Version More Info... 5:31
11)    The Champ Album Version More Info... 2:27
 
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  • Personnel: Ray Brown (acoustic bass); Ralph Moore (tenor saxophone); Gene Harris (piano); Jeff Hamilton (drums).
  • Recorded at Coast Recorders, San Francisco, California on May 22, 1990. Includes liner notes by Chip Defaa.
  • The members of the Ray Brown Trio (the bassist-leader, pianist Gene Harris and drummer Jeff Hamilton) all grew to love the playing of tenor-saxophonist Ralph Moore when the four were traveling as members of Gene Harris' big band. On this Ray Brown CD, the veteran bassist virtually turned over the entire session to Moore. The quartet performs a variety of veteran standards (including some from the bop era such as Charlie Parker's "Quasimodo" and Dizzy Gillespie's "The Champ") plus Wes Montgomery's "SOS" and Brown's "Ralph's Boogie." Ralph Moore rises to the occasion and shows that, even though his sound is inspired by John Coltrane, he was fully capable of playing tunes from the swing and bop era; Moore sounds delighted to have the Ray Brown Trio as his backup group. This is a fine collaboration that works quite well. ~ Scott Yanow
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