OSCAR MOORE Oscar Moore moved to Los Angeles in the 1930's In Los Angeles he played with both
Lionel Hampton and Art Tatum He was later picked up by Nat King Cole Oscar Moore, Wesley Prince, and Nat King Cole Formed the Nat king Cole Trio in 1937 A true unsung hero of jazz guitar
and something of a missing link in guitar history Many Jazz guitarists have acknowledged
a huge debt to Oscar Moore He settled in Los Angeles as a bricklayer
and passed away in 1981
Recorded at Radio RecordersHollywood, California in 1954 MUSICIANS Oscar Moore (guitar) Carl Perkins (piano) Leonidas Raymond "Lee" Young, Lee Young (drums) Mike Pacheco (bongos) Joe Comfort (bass) TRACKLIST Roulette Nearness of You Love for Sale Body and Soul Kenya Blues in B Flat Up Tempo Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? There'll Never Be Another You April in Paris Samson and Delilah Theme Moonlight in Vermont Kiss Me Again Dinner for One Walkin' Home Warm Up V.S.O.P.
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