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Overneath

Label: Louie Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Low Into Hong Kong; Projector Booth’s Suite XIII; Raw Footage; Relax; Hi Ho Hi Ho; Projector Booth’s Suite XI; Thought; Revenge Of The Asian Lutherans; Projector Booth’s Suite XII; Lost Horizon; Downstream; Kool; Projector Booth’s Suite XIV; Now We Are Orphans.

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Raw Materials: Overneath

Read "Overneath" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Let's just say I'm not buying it. The liner notes to Raw Materials by the collective Overneath claim, that except for one piece, all the music on the recording was spontaneously improvised. Can't be, the music is too uncluttered. This quintet is a combination of longtime Northwest collaborators , Dave Leslie, Mike Curtis, and ...

Time Share

Label: Louie Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: It

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Thomas, Storrs & Sarpolas: Time Share

Read "Time Share" reviewed by Jim Santella

Spontaneity is what gives jazz its unique voice. This jam session from three veterans (and one younger artist) results in a lovely program where melody works in confluence with harmony and rhythm, in spite of the improvisational nature of the work. With this acoustic and fresh project, the quartet shares its appreciation for shared musical beauty.

Mountains and Plains

Label: Louie Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Problematic; Long Valley; The Rub; Before Dawn; Three Way Shapes; Mountains and Plains; Intermountain Rhumba; Distant Peaks; Winter Sky.

Swingd

Label: Louie Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Familiar; Dot Dash; And Then It Changed; Right Now; Like I Said; Looking Out the Window; For D and N.

Mountains And Plains

Label: Louie Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Problematic; Long Valley; The Rub; Before Dawn; Three Way Shapes; Mountains And Plains; Intermountain Rhumba; Distant Peaks; Winter Sky.

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Rich Halley Trio: Mountains And Plains

Read "Mountains And Plains" reviewed by John Kelman

Over the years, Oregon-based saxophonist Rich Halley has travelled in the same musical circles as intrepid woodwind multi-instrumentalist and Left Coast guru Vinny Golia. And while he's even released a couple of albums on Golia's Nine Winds label with Golia in tow as performer and/or producer, Halley's recent recorded output on Louie Records has focused exclusively ...

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House Band: Swingd

Read "Swingd" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

The House Band plays a slippery sound--understated, often amorphous, full of spontaneouly fluid momentums, like sounds created by a gently-gusting breeze interacting with...Interacting with what? It's hard to pin down. Interludes with the two drummers suggest the appealing chaos of a windchime, a disorder that forms itself into subtle patterns and loose structures, guided ...

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Rich Halley: Mountains And Plains

Read "Mountains And Plains" reviewed by Mark Corroto

This latest release comes from saxophonist Rich Halley's working trio. The term “working trio" denotes several things in jazz. First, it literally designates Halley, bassist Clyde Reed, and drummer Dave Storrs as a band you might catch live in their native Northwest. Second, it implies that the members of this trio share a common approach and ...


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