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Tampa LP 16 Oscar Moore Trio, George Redman Group Tampa TP 16 The Modern Jazz Octet - Swing Shift Music For Night Owls Tampa TP 22 Oscar Moore - Galivantin' Guitar Tampa TP 22 (later) Various Artists - Jazz 1940 Era Tampa SA 100 Various Artists - Tampa Hi-Fi Sampler And Jazz Sampler (Double Sampler) Tampa TP 11 Various Artists - Jazz Americana - 35 Great Artists Tampa. LP 15 Various Artists - 8 Great Names In Jazz Tampa TP 15 Various Artists - Modern Jazz Performances (Composer Series) Skylark SKLP 19 Oscar Moore Trio. Oscar Moore Quartet, Mike Pacheco's Group.
The Oscar Moore Trio. Jazz 1940 Era (LP, Album, Mono). Archives Of Jazz Vol 8 (LP).
Oscar Frederic Moore (December 25, 1915 – October 8, 1981) was an American jazz guitarist who spent ten years with the Nat King Cole Trio. Moore was born in Austin, Texas, but grew up in Los Angeles. During the 1930s he often worked with his brother, Johnny, who was also a guitarist. Beginning in 1937, he spent ten years with Nat King Cole in the guitar-bass-piano trio format that influenced Oscar Peterson, Art Tatum, and Ahmad Jamal.
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December 25, 1912 in Austin, TX. Died. October 8, 1981 in Las Vegas, NV. Genre. Also Known As. Oscar Frederic Moore. Biography by Scott Yanow. An excellent guitarist influenced after 1939 by Charlie Christian, Oscar Moore was an invaluable part of the Nat King Cole Trio during 1937-1947, appearing on virtually all of Cole's records during th. ead Full Biography.
born on 25/12/1916 in Austin, TX, United States. died on 8/10/1981 in Las Vegas, NV, United States. 1955: Dru Pegee with the Oscar Moore Trio: Why Did You Leave Me // Till The Sun Stops Shining (Blend 1001). 1954: Oscar Moore Trio (AKA Galivantin' Guitar) (Skylark Records SKLP-19 ; Tampa Records TP-22 reissue) - with Carl Perkins. 1955: Oscar Moore Quartet (AKA The Fabulous Oscar Moore Guitar) (Tampa Records TP-10 ; Charlie Parker Records PLP-830 reissue). 1957: Presenting Oscar Moore (Omega Records/Omegatape ST-7012 ).
|A2||Nearness Of You|
|A3||Love For Sale|
|B1||Body And Soul|
|B2||Blues In B Flat|
|B4||Kiss Me Again|
|TP-22||Oscar Moore||Jazz 1940 Era (LP, Album, Mono)||Tampa Records||TP-22||US||1956|
|2 C 062-95824||Oscar Moore||Archives Of Jazz Vol 8 (LP)||Columbia||2 C 062-95824||France||1975|
|VSOP#34/22CD||Oscar Moore Quartet*||Oscar Moore (CD, Album, RE)||V.S.O.P. Records, Tampa Records||VSOP#34/22CD||US||1992|
|V.S.O.P. 34, Tampa 22, LP19||Oscar Moore Quartet*||Oscar Moore (LP, Album, RE)||V.S.O.P. Records, Tampa Records, Skylark Records||V.S.O.P. 34, Tampa 22, LP19||US||1986|
|AJ 509||Oscar Moore||Archives Of Jazz Vol 8 (LP)||AJ Records||AJ 509||US||Unknown|