one copy of every record on which he performed were placed end to
end, they would line both sidewalks of the one-mile stretch between
Owen Bradley Park and Belmont College along 16th Avenue, Nashville's
famed Music Row.
holding this distinction is bass player extraordinaire Mr. Bob L.
Moore, who, with over 17,000 recording sessions to his credit, may
well have played on more recordings than any other musician in the
world. Bob's talents are heard on literally hundreds
of million selling records that feature some of the greatest legends
in music history.
Life Magazine (special
edition September 1, 1994) named Bob Moore as the number
one "Country Bassist" of all time but many recognize Bob
Moore as the being the best "all around" Bassist of all
time. His musical experiences are as diverse as having worked on
a Big Band for twenty years, performing by invitation at the Newport
Jazz Festival and recording with Arthur Feidler and The Boston Pops.
Bobby Moore has performed
as top studio instrumentalist for decades having worked with such
legendary artists as Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Wayne Newton,
Sammi Davis Jr., Quincy Jones, Andy Williams, Sister Rosetta Tharpe,
Johnny Halliday, Roy Orbison, Connie Frances, Burl Ives, Julie Andrews
and Bob Dylan.
His bold, distinctive,
bass lines have graced many timeless recordings such as "Crazy"
as performed by Patsy Cline, "He Stopped Loving Her Today"
by George Jones and "Rainy Night In Georgia," Brook Benton.