Alex Moore - In Europe album FLAC
Whistlin' Alex Moore (November 22, 1899 – January 20, 1989) was an American blues pianist, singer and whistler. He is best remembered for his recordings of "Across the Atlantic Ocean" and "Black Eyed Peas and Hog Jowls. Moore was born Alexander Herman Moore in Dallas, Texas. At the age of three, his family moved to El Paso, Texas but returned to Dallas three years later for his father's job, who was a professional candy maker
Whistlin' Alex Moore (November 22, 1899 – January 20, 1989) was an American blues pianist, singer and whistler. In 1929, he made his debut recordings for Columbia Records. The records he made did not sell in great quantities, and Moore did not record again until 1937, when he issued a few sides on Decca Records. It was 1951 before Moore recorded again with RPM Records/Kent. Throughout the 1960s, Moore played at clubs and festivals in America, as well as a small number of festivals across Europe. He toured with the American Folk Blues Festival in 1969, performing on the same bill as Earl Hooker and Magic Sam. The same year he recorded a session in Stuttgart, Germany, which led to the release of Alex Moore in Europe.
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Whistlin’ Alex Moore was an eccentric Texas pianist whose career stretched from the early 20s into the late 80s. His archaic playing style incorporated elements of ragtime, barrelhouse and ‘stride’ patterns, and his talent for endless improvisation, spur-of-the-moment diversions and wild, Thelonius Monk-like spatterings of ‘blue-notes’ spoke of an inventive man whose main job was to play piano for hours on end! He augmented his slightly nasal vocal tone with a distinctive, melodic whistle that became his trademark and gave him his Blues name. He joined the American Blues Festival on their Europe tour in 1969, and recorded ‘Across the Atlantic Ocean’ at the Albert Hall in London, which featured on the annual Festival album for that year. On the same tour, he cut a live album in Stuttgart, Germany, which was also released by Arhoolie.
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Whistlin' Alex Moore (Alexander Herman Moore, Dallas, Texas, November 22, 1899 – January 20, 1989) was an American blues pianist, singer and whistler. After his father's death, Moore dropped out of school to support his mother and two siblings. He learned the piano before entering the United States Army in 1916. He did not record again in either the 1970s or 1980s, yet continued to give live performances up to his death. He remembered and sang again the blues he had recorded in the 1920s and 1930s, such as "West Texas Woman" and "Blue Bloomer Blues", with their touching and poetic lyrics. In 1987, Moore was granted a National Heritage Fellowship by the National Endowment for the Arts, becoming the first African American Texan to receive such an honor.
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Alex Moore 's national break coincided with the blues revival of the early '60s. Arhoolie Records signed the pianist in 1960, and those records helped make him a national name. For the rest of the '60s, he played clubs and festivals in America, as well as a handful of festival dates in Europe. Although he didn't make many records in the '70s and '80s, Moore continued to perform until his death in 1989. The year before his death, he recorded a final session for Rounder Records, which was released as the Wiggle Tail album.
Whistlin' Alex Moore (November 22, 1899 – January 20, 1989) was an American blues pianist, singer and whistler. YouTube Encyclopedic. in Europe He remembered and sang again the blues he had recorded in the 1920s and 1930s, such as "West Texas Woman" and "Blue Bloomer Blues", with their touching and poetic lyrics.
|A1||Boogiein' In Strassburg|
|A3||New Blue Bloomer Blues|
|A4||Rock And Roll Bed Blues|
|B2||Just A Blues|
|B3||Rolling Around Dallas|
|B4||Having Fun Here And There|
- Producer – Chris Strachwitz
NotesRecorded. October 23, 1969 live in Stuttgart, Germany;
|1048||Alex Moore||In Europe (LP, Album)||Arhoolie Records||1048||US||Unknown|