Hal Galper's new trio album Agents of Change


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Following his seven year hiatus from performing and touring, Hal Galper reemerges with his new CD Agents Of Change. With bassist Tony Marino and drummer Billy Mintz, Hal has created a radical departure from his previous recordings.

Playing in what is called the “rubato" style, they have fashioned an unique approach to interpreting an eclectic mix that includes three Galper originals “Waiting For Chet," “Sonar," and “Liquid Audio," as well as unexpected versions of the Tin Pan Alley evergreens “How Deep Is The Ocean," and “On Green Dolphin Street." A super-melodic version of Wayne Shorter's “E.S.P." opens the album and tucked away in the middle of it all is their rendering of the old Swedish folk tune “Dear Old Stockholm."

Agents Of Change is Hal's first hard-copy release on his own Fabola Records label, available on CDbaby.com, amazon.com, by special order from Tower Records, Barnes & Noble, Borders, other major retail outlets and through his website.

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