Composer and arranger for film, BBC television and radio, commercials and De Wolfe library music. A former member of The Ladybirds and leader of The Barbara Moore Singers. Has worked with Jimi Hendrix, Elton John, Dudley Moore and Tom Jones.
Do you have any thoughts to share on Barbara's music? If so, do get in touch. We'd love to hear from you!.
Ed Macomber: I have been a long time fan of Barbara, ever since I heard her music on Armed Forces Radio in Viet Nam. "Voices In Latin" pulled me through some rough times, and I eagerly recorded it since they played the entire album for service personnel for that purpose. I now own the CD, but wish more were released. I envy you folsk on the other side of the pond being able to see and hear Ms. Moore live! WOW!.
Steven Warren: I just wanted to post and say that I had the pleasure of seeing you with Lorraine last Thursday at The Hot August Fringe and loved ever single moment of the evening. Your are an incredible lady and I came away from the event inspired by all that you had shared with us. Best wishes, Steven.
Scott Walker: I saw Barbara at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern last night. What an inspiring woman and wonderful person to listen to. I could of happly sat there for hours.
Steven Warren: Very much looking forward to seeing you at The Hot August Fringe later this week. Can't wait!.
Admin: Roy At the time of the interview Barbara only had the Terry Wogan theme on cassette! Some friends have since given her a copy on CD so all is resumed! Thanks so much for your mail!.
Roy Calvert: Dear Barbara, Did I hear you say that the Terry Wogan Radio 2 theme tune was 'ancient' and 'quite bad'? I have both 'Just like that' and 'At the sign of the swinging cymbal' both on the same CD and I think that they are great! I always thought that the late Cliff Adams got the job of rearranging 'swinging cymbal'; how nice to hear it is your rearrangement - I think that they are both great! It took me years to get them both on CD to replace my worn-out vinyl copies! I think the drumming on both recordings is terrific (Ronnie Verrell, I believe)- great big band writing on both pieces! I send you my best wishes and look forward to trying to locate more of your wonderful recordings! With kind regards!.
Ed Macomber: "Voices In Latin" was all I knew when I first heard this LP while in Viet Nam. It became my favorite album, and now CD! As I listen to her music in my art studio, I reflect on over 40 years this music has been with me. Thanks Barbara, (I've Walked Alone) too. Your music made it tolerable..
Simon King: fantastic film a great talent with much still to share,please do x.
Zabadak: I found this on 45Cat - http://www.45cat.com/record/jm018.
Elizabeth Hughes: Superb website and a fitting tribute to an inspiring musician. Look forward to seeing the site develop and learning more about Barbara's work.