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Creating Structure

Label: Pine Eagle Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Analog Counterpoint; Rain Percolates Laterite; Riding the Trade Winds; Angular Momentum; The Shadow of Evening; Metal Buzz; Street Rumors; View Through the Eclipse; Echoes of the South Side; The Tumbled Lands; Small Perturbations; Working the Interstices; Quiet Like Stone; Pushing Breath; The Shove; The Response.


Rich Halley 4: Creating Structure

Read "Creating Structure" reviewed by Budd Kopman

While hiding in the great Northwest (specifically Portland, Oregon), saxophonist Rich Halley has built an impressive body of work of composition and performance in many different settings. Creating Structure is the latest from his quartet, the Rich Halley 4 whose previously releases are The Wisdom Of Rocks, Crossing The Passes, Back From Beyond and Requiem for ...


Rich Halley 4: Creating Structure

Read "Creating Structure" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

The totally improvised Creating Structure is saxophonist Rich Halley's fifth release with his regular working quartet in as many years. With this exquisite album Halley achieves a new level of musical excellence as he perfects his signature sound of raw sophistication and his unique, simultaneously emotive and cerebral style. On the dramatic and free ...


Rich Halley 4: Creating Structure

Read "Creating Structure" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Saxophonist Rich Halley, home-based in Portland, Oregon, has put out seventeen CDs. A good handful of those, pre-2006, were released on the now-dormant Louie Records. These were mostly chordless trio and quartet affairs that showcased Halley's talent for creating category four maelstroms that gelled and bopped their way into surprisingly catchy, damned near mainstream grooves.


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