Era is the eponymous debut album by Eric Lévi's new-age project Era, first released in 1996 and re-released in 1998. Enae Volare (Mezzo)" is famous amongst mixed martial arts fans because it has been used as the entrance song of MMA legend Fedor Emelianenko. Ameno" is used as the entrance theme song by Mexican wrestler Místico from CMLL(Sin Cara in WWE, Myzteziz in AAA) as well as mixed martial artist Aleksander Emelianenko.
Oscar Moore (December 25, 1916 – October 8, 1981) was an American swing jazz guitarist. Moore was an integral part of the Nat King Cole Trio during 1937–1947, appearing on virtually all of Cole's records during the period. A superb and influential guitarist, Moore was himself influenced by Charlie Christian. Barney Kessel once said that Moore practically created the role of the jazz guitarist in small combos. Unfortunately, Moore's post-Cole career was not very successful
Tampa LP 16 Oscar Moore Trio, George Redman Group Tampa TP 16 The Modern Jazz Octet - Swing Shift Music For Night Owls Tampa TP 22 Oscar Moore - Galivantin' Guitar Tampa TP 22 (later) Various Artists - Jazz 1940 Era Tampa SA 100 Various Artists - Tampa Hi-Fi Sampler And Jazz Sampler (Double Sampler) Tampa TP 11 Various Artists - Jazz Americana - 35 Great Artists Tampa. LP 15 Various Artists - 8 Great Names In Jazz Tampa TP 15 Various Artists - Modern Jazz Performances (Composer Series) Skylark SKLP 19 Oscar Moore Trio. Oscar Moore Quartet, Mike Pacheco's Group.
Guitarist Oscar Moore, who will always be best-known for his years with the Nat King Cole Trio, had a couple of opportunities to record as a leader in the mid-'50s but despite the worthy music, his solo career never caught on. This CD reissue of a Tampa LP matches the swing guitarist with pianist Carl Perkins, bassist Joe Comfort and drummer Lee Young for a brief easy-listening set of standards and basic originals.
Oscar Moore – Presenting Oscar Moore (Full Album). Oscar Moore is perhaps best known as the guitar player in the classic Nat King Cole Trio of the 30s and 40s. Little is known about this recording, recorded for the Omega label in. 727 views.
Oscar Frederic Moore (December 25, 1915 – October 8, 1981) was an American jazz guitarist who spent ten years with the Nat King Cole Trio. Moore was born in Austin, Texas, but grew up in Los Angeles. During the 1930s he often worked with his brother, Johnny, who was also a guitarist. Beginning in 1937, he spent ten years with Nat King Cole in the guitar-bass-piano trio format that influenced Oscar Peterson, Art Tatum, and Ahmad Jamal. After he left Cole, he joined his brother in Johnny Moore's Three Blazers through the 1950s
|A2||Nearness Of You|
|A3||Love For Sale|
|B1||Body And Soul|
|B2||Blues In B Flat|
|B4||Kiss Me Again|
|TP22||The Oscar Moore Trio||Jazz 1940 Era (LP, Album, Mono)||Tampa Records||TP22||US||1958|
|2 C 062-95824||Oscar Moore||Archives Of Jazz Vol 8 (LP)||Columbia||2 C 062-95824||France||1975|
|AJ 509||Oscar Moore||Archives Of Jazz Vol 8 (LP)||AJ Records||AJ 509||US||Unknown|
|VSOP#34/22CD||Oscar Moore Quartet*||Oscar Moore (CD, Album, RE)||V.S.O.P. Records, Tampa Records||VSOP#34/22CD||US||1992|
|V.S.O.P. 34, Tampa 22, LP19||Oscar Moore Quartet*||Oscar Moore (LP, Album, RE)||V.S.O.P. Records, Tampa Records, Skylark Records||V.S.O.P. 34, Tampa 22, LP19||US||1986|