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Lazy man here looking for a transcription of the famous performance by James Moody, who supposedly forgot the melody of I'm in the Mood for Love and just brilliantly improvised his own melody. Then done by made into a vocal by King Pleasure and also covered famously by Eddie Jefferson. Thanks.
 

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Yes, I have the transcribed solo of James Moody's "I'm in the Mood for Love," a.k.a. "Moody's Mood for Love." If you'll respond by email, I can send you a copy.
 

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The combination of the two above-mentioned songs has brought an amazing effect.

I personally have been captivated by two performances from recent years, one by Scott Hamilton and Andrea Motis with Joan Chamorro quintet (Jamboree in Barcelona), and second one by Sant Andreu Jazz Band with Dick Oatts alto ("JAZZING 5" album), so ...
it may be useful to someone as ideas for improvisation or additions to other performances - for me it is "a mine" of interesting rhythmic motifs, made by actors - instrumentalists, and very "instumentally" singing girls.

Moody and inspirational ...
 
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