For other people named Michael Moore, see Michael Moore (disambiguation). Michael Moore with the ICP in Chicago, 2004. Background information. Moore also plays in Jewels and Binoculars, a collective trio with bassist Lindsey Horner and drummer Michael Vatcher which is devoted to interpretations of Bob Dylan songs. In 1986, Moore won the VPRO/Boy Edgar Award, the most prestigious jazz award in the Netherlands. In 1991, he founded Ramboy Records to document his music. Moore started his jazz quintet in 2005, in which he works with accomplished Dutch players: trumpeter Eric Vloeimans, pianist Marc van Roon, bassist Paul Berner, and drummer Owen Hart, Jr. In October 2005, the quintet recorded the album Osiris. Olympus (2000) with Alex Maguire. Pursuit (2000) with Benoit Delbecq 5. White Widow (2001).
Olympus (CD, Album). Michael Moore (4), Alex Maguire, Mark Helias, Han Bennink - White Widow (CD, Album). Lazy Days - Moore/Maguire 4:48. Master Release -. Release Notes:(optional).
English pianist Alex Maguire, who recently joined Moore in duo (Mount Olympus), is a kinsman: Like Moore, he's a purveyor of grace, even in the rough. American Mark Helias fills his bass lines with strength and intelligence-a rich, engaging sound that sets off Moore and Maguire's flights. Dutch percussionist Bennink, however, is remarkably restrained here. Still, he is smart and sharp and demonstrates an uncanny and delightful sense of swing, whether he's tied-up or thrown into the mosh pit.
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Alex Maguire/Michael Moore : Mt. Olympus (Ramboy 2000). Jeroen van Vliet : En Blanc Et Noir (Daybreak 75063, 2000). Michael Moore with Cor Fuhler and Tristan Honsinger : Air Street (Between the Lines btl 023, 2002). Catherine Smet : Conversations Solaires (Pretty Inside PI 003-2, 2002). Fernando Lameirinhas : Alegria do Triste (Munich BMCD 370, 2002).
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Michael Francis Moore (born April 23, 1954) is an American left-wing filmmaker, author, social critic, and activist. He is the director and producer of Fahrenheit 9/11, which is the highest-grossing documentary of all time and winner of the Palme d'Or. His films Bowling for Columbine (2002) and Sicko (2007) also placed in the top ten highest-grossing documentaries, and the former won the Academy Award for Documentary Feature
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- Recorded At – Gateway Studio, London
- Clarinet [Bb], Alto Saxophone – Michael Moore
- Piano – Alex Maguire
NotesRecorded 26/9/'99 @ Gateway Studios, London, England
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