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Rich Halley

Rich Halley is a saxophonist and composer who has released more than a dozen critically acclaimed recordings. He performs in settings that range from solo to large groups and frequently with the Rich Halley 4 which includes Michael Vlatkovich on trombone, Clyde Reed on bass and Carson Halley on drums. Rich also leads the Outside Music Ensemble, a four horn two percussionist group that performs acoustically in outdoor settings. For over two decades, Rich was the leader of the Lizard Brothers, a sextet whose performances combined exploration and jazz tradition. He was the leader of Multnomah Rhythm Ensemble, a group that combined new jazz with multi-media. Rich has performed throughout the US, in Canada and in the Middle East

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From Charles Lloyd & Eric Dolphy to Rich Halley & Kevin Sun

Read "From Charles Lloyd & Eric Dolphy to Rich Halley & Kevin Sun" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


This program features music by old masters like Charles Lloyd, Eric Dolphy and Dave Brubeck as well as more contemporary musicians like Cory Weeds, Rich Halley and Kevin Sun. Playlist Henry Threadgill Sextett “I Can't Wait Till I Get Home" from The Complete Novus & Columbia Recordings of Henry Threadgill & Air (Mosaic) 00:00 ...

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Tim Berne & Greg Belisle-Chi, Marta Sanchez and Matthew Shipp/Whit Dickey

Read "Tim Berne & Greg Belisle-Chi, Marta Sanchez and Matthew Shipp/Whit Dickey" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


A very mixed bag this time out with samplings from new releases by pianists Matthew Shipp (with drummer Whit Dickey), Australian Alister Spence with some European mates and Marta Sanchez; also new are releases from Tim Berne with guitarist Greg Belisle-Chi and Irish alto player Adam Nolan. You'll also hear music from some very interesting musicians ...

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Catching Up With 2021 Releases

Read "Catching Up With 2021 Releases" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Despite another year of pandemic-related restrictions and limited live jazz performances, there was still the usual flood of new jazz recordings in 2021. Here are a few of the overlooked gems from the past few months that deserve some recognition. Joe Fielder's Open Sesame Fuzzy and Blue Multiphonics Music 2021 ...

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Unscientific Italians, Andrea Keller & Tyler Mitchell

Read "Unscientific Italians, Andrea Keller & Tyler Mitchell" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Music from the Southern Hemisphere highlights the first hour with tunes from new releases from Australia (Andrea Keller, Sandy Evans & Sam Anning) and New Zealand's Hatnohathat Trio. Hour two brings more from the L.A. band, The Gathering, in anticipation of their upcoming release next month, and bassist Tyler Mitchell with the indomitable 97-year old Marshall ...

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Rich Halley: Boomslang

Read "Boomslang" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Jazz has, to some extent, always been about making connections and pointing out interrelations. Ever since Buddy Bolden blew his cornet in New Orleans around the start of the twentieth century, listeners have been playing connect the dots, linking Bolden's innovations to King Oliver and Oliver's to Louis Armstrong, likewise Buck Clayton to Dizzy Gillespie and ...

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Boomslang

Label: Pine Eagle Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Corroboration; Northern Plains; The Drop Off; Situational; Dispholidus; The Lean; Intermittent; The Converse; Quintuplify.

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GulfH of Berlin, Adam O’Farrill & Eunhye Jeong

Read "GulfH of Berlin, Adam O’Farrill & Eunhye Jeong" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Sampled this episode are new releases featuring saxophonists (Rich Halley, Daniel Carter, Irek Wojtczak, Yuma Uesaka (with Marilyn Crispell) and Gebhard Ullmann (GulfH of Berlin), trumpeters Adam O'Farrill and Joaquin Muro, and pianists Eunhye Jeong from South Korea and Satoko Fujii. Toss in some great stuff from William Parker, Wadada Leo Smith, and L.A.'s The Gathering ...

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Halley-Clucas-Reed-Halley: Boomslang

Read "Boomslang" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Rich Halley has a thing about snakes. Those on the receiving end of a postal delivery from the Portland, Oregon-based saxophonist are likely to find a serpent coiled in the upper right hand corner of the envelope--a stamp featuring scarlet king snake, perhaps. Or maybe some sort of pit viper. And speaking of pit vipers, Halley ...

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Emanuele Passerini, Jon Irabagon, Sylvain Rifflet and The Warriors Of The Wonderful Sound

Read "Emanuele Passerini, Jon Irabagon, Sylvain Rifflet and The Warriors Of The Wonderful Sound" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Italian soprano saxophonist Emanuele Passerini says he does not consider himself a professional musician. He has a great job in the private sector, so he records only sporadically. Well, good thing he found the time to record Trio Geometrics with drummer Tiziano Tononi and bassist Tito Mangialajo Rantzer. It's a spectacular album, and a feature of ...


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