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September 1968-March 1969
From Insider Magazine: For Moore, who had spent most of his youth hunched over a guitar and tape recorder in his bedroom, his college years were a watershed experience. "I found an organ in Scott Hall, and I was playing around with that one afternoon and somebody came in. I thought I must be using his organ time or something, but he said it was alright, and that he'd show me how to use it, which he did." The organist said he was forming a group, "The Pink Project", which never made it beyond rehearsals, but before his association with Moore ended, he had interested him in Thelonius Monk and other jazzmen, besides starting him on keyboards. "I'd go to school and play piano all day, and I started missing classes."
Moore: Working (and hanging out) with Randy Pink was fun, interesting and exciting. I actually believe that those 6 months changed the direction of my life.