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On July 14, 2006, User:Bobj7 added Joseph Patrick Moore to the introductory paragraph of this article. On the same day, User:Ryulong removed the reference. I strongly agree with the removal. While it is true that Anschell has recorded with Moore, to list Moore as a ‘top jazz player’ along the lines of Lionel Hampton and Nnenna Freelon is extremely inappropriate.Cynrin 14:33, 15 July 2006 (UTC)