Label: Bethlehem Records - COJY-9137 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop
Pat Moran born in Enid, Oklahoma is an American jazz pianist. She began her career as a concert pianist but eventually moved on to jazz. In the mids, she released two albums for Bethlehem Records.
In AprilMoran's quartet performed at Birdland, accompanied by a brass section, with arrangements by Nat Pierce. In later years, she performed occasionally, and was featured by National Public Radio 's jazz programming,   including " Piano Jazz " with Marian McPartland.
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