The music of Barbara Moore
Barbara is a hugely talented composer, arranger and vocalist. Her music spans powerful car chase scenes to gentle vocal melodies and sophisticated jazz harmonies that were the soundtrack to our lives in the 1960s and 70s.
Barbara Moore has nearly 300 compositions to her name. She’s the composer of Vocal Shades and Tones, one of the finest albums in the De Wolfe Music catalogue. She’s the arranger who gave At the Sign of the Swingin’ Cymbal its kick and the ethereal vocalist who made that unforgettable sound in the opening bars of TV theme tune The Saint.
This site is a collaborative effort between Barbara and her fans. If you have any albums or other archive material relating to Barbara’s life and work, we’d love you to contribute to these pages. As the site grows, we hope to reveal more about her remarkable contribution to popular music since the mid-1960s.