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Back From Beyond

Label: Pine Eagle Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Spuds; Section Three; Reorbiting--for Sun Ra; Solanum; Opacity; Continental Drift; Broken Ground; The Mountain's Edge; Basalt; Back From Beyond.

Album

Back From Beyond

Label: Pine Eagle Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Spuds; Section Three; Reorbiting--for Sun Ra; Solanum; Opacity; Continental Drift; Broken Ground; The Mountain's Edge; Basalt; Back From Beyond.

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Rich Halley 4: Back From Beyond

Read "Back From Beyond" reviewed by Dave Wayne


It's perplexing that a jazz saxophonist of Rich Halley's caliber has never recorded for a large jazz label such as ECM or Soul Note/Black Saint. Perhaps a victim of geography (he's chosen to live in rural Oregon almost his entire life) and circumstance (he maintained a career as a wildlife biologist) more than anything else, the ...

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Spuds

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Label: Pine Eagle Records
Released: 2012
Duration: 7:52

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Rich Halley: Back From Beyond

Read "Back From Beyond" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


Over a half a century after saxophonist Ornette Coleman launched the free jazz movement the genre is going strong thanks to such individualistic practitioners as tenor saxophonist Rich Halley. Halley's sound has matured and crystallized over the course of dozen or so albums, all critically acclaimed. On his fourteenth release as a leader, ...

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Rich Halley: Back From Beyond

Read "Back From Beyond" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


The arrival of a new album by saxophonist and field biologist Rich Halley reliably signals a few good things: inventive composition and improvisation; tight, powerful, playing; driving grooves; a sense of humor...and squeak toys. Back From Beyond, credited to the Rich Halley 4, keeps up the pattern.Based in Portland, Oregon, Halley's extensive discography dates ...

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Rich Halley 4: Back From Beyond

Read "Back From Beyond" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Tenor saxophonist Rich Halley can be relied upon to rip it up, either live or in the studio. His forte is free jazz that always seems to threaten to power into some steroidal bebop. He has released a string of fine records on the now-dormant Louie Records--including, perhaps the best of these, the no-holds-barred The Blue ...


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