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Harrison Goldberg

Harrison Goldberg is a progressive multi-saxophonist and visual artist living in Gualala, northern California. An alumnus of Boston's Berklee College of Music and a frequent and popular performer and prolific recording artist with a variety of bands at venues along California’s Mendocino-Sonoma coast, Harrison makes regular appearances at the annual Sonoma Mendocino Coast Whale & Jazz Festival and its educational program for young people, Jazz For The Schools. Besides his music activities he is recognized as an award winning visual artist whose pieces and unique wine label designs have found their way into corporate and private collections worldwide


Label: Phenomaly
Released: 2020
Track listing: Return To The Golden Land; Spirits and Kings; Cartouche Du Jazz; View From A Mountain Temple; Waters of Nubia; Enter The Princes; Luxor After Dark; Bedouin Down; Nearly Too Far; Flows The Sacred River; Under A Scimitar Moon; Towards The Sun.


Label: Pacific Woods
Released: 2018
Track listing: Sanctuary; Rico's Waltz; Lament; Rendezvous; Castles of Cordoba; Edifice of No Regrets; Harry's Hat; Kabuki; Tango; Traffic Jam; Caravan of Dreams; Soliloquy; Valentino's Camel Ride; Echoes in a Cave

Pool of Mirrors

Label: Pacific Woods Studio
Released: 2017
Track listing: Pool of Mirrors; Flight of Birds; Sirocco; Souk Bolero; Night Passage; Tango Arabesque; Twilight; Going Home.



Label: Self Produced
Released: 0
Duration: 05:26

Cloudfire & Friends

Label: Cloudfire Music
Released: 2014

Trance Lucent

Label: Cloudfire Music
Released: 2014

Landscape Of A Dream

Label: Lavender Fog Arts
Released: 2012


Label: Cloudfire Music
Released: 2012

Live at the Arena Theater

Label: Cloudfire Music
Released: 2011


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