'Moore explores the boundaries of many musical traditions, moving them into common ground, not of form, but of feeling and depth, giving his music a universal quality which is hard to describe.' - freejazz-stef.blogspot.nl - March 10, 2009
Ramboy is a record label founded by Michael Moore in 1991. The first two releases offer an explanation of the label's existence; Ramboy #01 - "Trio Clusone" became the calling card of a working band, and Ramboy #02 - "Home Game" by Michael Moore Quintet had no home at the time. Since then the label has been used to document Moore's musical activities; sometimes working ensembles, sometimes special projects.
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Friends:

Good news!
Beginning this Friday the three most recent Ramboy recordings,
#34 - Sanctuary, with the NDR Bigband
#35 - Cretan Dialogues, with the Fragile Quartet, and
#36 - Slips, with Barre Phillips and Gerry Hemingway
will be downloadable on bandcamp at:

Michael Moore Bandcamp

Bandcamp seems to be by far the most user friendly platform for musicians, and this friday, October 2nd they are waving their fee for all the music on the site, so please have a look!
On top of this I am offering a 20% discount on all downloads this weekend, October 2-4!
When checking out enter the discount code: slippers

enjoy,
Michael Moore

here is a recent review of Sanctuary and Cretan Dialogues

    

Ramboy #05 - I'm an Indian, Too is now available digitally on bandcamp:
https://michaelmooreramboy.bandcamp.com/

Recent projects:

Since recently Michael's Vatcher & Moore and I have an Amsterdam-based version of 'the Persons' (Ramboy's 3, 18 & 23), with Jasper Stadhouders, Jeroen Kimman and Miguel Petrucelli on guitars - now available for performances!

Low, Slow & Wobbly - exploring the luxurious low end of the brass and woodwind families with Ziv Taubenfeld - bass clarinet, Giuseppe Doronzo - baritone saxophone & bass clarinet, Salvoandrea Lucifora and Joost Buis - trombones

the Michael Moore Bigtet - with Eric Boeren - cornet, Wolter Wierbos - trombone, Giuseppe Doronzo - baritone sax, Kaja Draksler - keyboards, Jorrit Westerhof - electric guitar, Arjen Gorter - bass, Michael Vatcher - percussion

duo with Rogerio Bicudo (choros, South African, jazz and our own pieces)

duo with Achim Kaufmann