”It amazes me that players will spend a fortune on instruments, speakers, pre/power amps and yet with all that high end gear, they will use a cheap instrument/mic cable to connect the source. I’ve experimented with many of the “name brand cables” and nothing holds a candle to the Analysis Plus Bass and Yellow Oval Cables. If you think cables don’t matter, plug in and listen to the AP cables. Analysis Plus is the bomb!”

Joseph started playing the alto saxophone in the 1980s and later switched to drums before finding his home on the bass. He studied the Double Bass and Bass guitar at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee from 1988-1991. In 1992 he moved to Memphis, Tennessee and started working in nightclubs in and around Beale Street and worked with many notable artists. While in Memphis, he received the prestigious Milt Hinton Scholarship to further his jazz studies and he also received a Premiere Player nomination by NARAS, The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. In 1997, Moore moved to his current home in Atlanta, Georgia. Soon after his arrival he started working with Capricorn recording artist Bruce Hampton and the Fiji Mariners. Cult legend and Jamband guru Hampton regularly invited guest artists to sit in with the band, particularly on the 1997 H.O.R.D.E. Tour allowing Moore to network and create musical dialogues with artists such as Jimmy Herring and Rob Wasserman to name a few. After the demise of the Fiji Mariners, Joseph joined Hick Hop band Blueground Undergrass and was a contributing member for over two years. In the midst of his hectic touring schedule with BlueGround Undergrass, Joseph continued to put out his solo recordings as well record with his Jazz trio, The E.M.P. Project. Currently Joseph is recording artist, producer and artistic director for Blue Canoe Records.

http://www.josephpatrickmoore.com/