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Moye went on to study percussion at Wayne State University in Detroit , Michigan . Moye lived in a building with trumpeter Charles Moore , who became his mentor . Moye also played in the groups African Cultural Ensemble, which included musicians from African countries such as Ghana , [2] and Detroit Free Jazz, which was Moore’s band. It was at this time that he first encountered the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) due to the revolving door of musicians in and out of Moore’s residence. In early 1968, Moore’s band traveled to Europe and Moye decided to live there for the next couple of years, touring and visiting the continent as well as Northern Africa.


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