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Recorded two weeks after his other Steeplechase set, If I Had You, the legendary but always somewhat overlooked tenor saxophonist Brew Moore (a disciple of Lester Young) is heard taking extended solos on four numbers during this radio broadcast from Copenhagen's Montmartre Jazzhus. The Steeplechase CD features Moore along with pianist Atli Bjorn, bassist Benny Nielsen, and drummer William Schiopffe sounding in top form on his "Brew's Blues," the standard "I Should Care," "Manny's Tune" (based on "Indiana"), and particularly "In a Mellotone." This set (which gets the edge over If I Had You) serves as a strong introduction to the talented but generally forgotten Brew Moore.


Born: 26 March 1924 in Indianola, MS

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s

Brew Moore once said that "Anyone who doesn't play like Lester Young is wrong," a philosophy he followed throughout his career. In the early '50s, he recorded on a session with fellow tenors Stan Getz, Al Cohn, Zoot Sims, and Allan Eager; at the time, they all sounded identical. Moore was the only one of the five who did not change his sound through the years. During 1942-1948, he worked with local bands in New Orleans and Memphis, moving to New York in 1948 and playing with Claude Thornhill's Orchestra...
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