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The Dudley Moore Trio - Jazz, Blues & Moore
Wonderful classic studio recordings of standards and originals from the 1960s and 1970s...

Following on the critically acclaimed "Jazz Jubilee," this new CD includes classic jazz, swing and blues--studio recordings featuring Dudley with drummer Chris Karan and bassists Pete McGurk and Peter Morgan, who became the Trio's bassist after McGurk's death. These are standards and originals including classic jazz, swing and blues--sometimes virtuosic, sometimes introspective, sometimes romantic.

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The Dudley Moore Trio - Jazz Jubilee
Best-loved jazz performances from the 1970-historic live performances...

This CD features Dudley Moore, piano; Chris Karan, drums and Peter Morgan, bass in some of the trio's favorite performances, recorded live during the 1970's in England and Australia. Dudley's jazz style was influenced in his teens by his idols Erroll Garner and Oscar Peterson, who inspired him to stretch his style. This CD includes an exhilarating collection of jazz standards and originals.

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Live From an Aircraft Hangar
Incredible variety, wacky comedy, brilliant performances...

This CD features Dudley in a program that was recorded live at the Royal Albert Hall in London in 1992. The program with the BBC Concert Orchestra features Dudley at the piano with the orchestra, as soloist and with the Dudley Moore Trio. Most of the music is written by Dudley. There's music for films, stage, comedy and riotous musical parodies. The audience responds enthusiastically to Dudley's wit and humor.
Songs Without Words
Tender and poignant melodies, lush sounds, Kenny G in 2 numbers

This CD featured Dudley at the piano in music he composed. Songs Without Words, which he described as "pure music the essence of music" Recorded in 1991, this CD has been made available to Martine Avenue Productions by the Verve Music Group, which has graciously allowed the proceeds to be used for Music For All Seasons and the Dudley Moore Research Fund for PSP.

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