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Richard Hallebeek

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Born August 2, 1974 in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Richard Hallebeek started playing guitar at age 10 and took lessons from local teachers. He formed some local bands and started performing in various jazz and rock groups already at age 12. Completely emerging himself in music as a total guitar-nerd, influences early on were The Beatles, Pat Martino, Allan Holdsworth, Weather Report, Charlie Parker, Eddie Van Halen, Pat Metheny, the radio and every album he could get his hands on at the local library. Already at the age of 17 he was the youngest guitar player ever to be submitted to the Hilversum Conservatory, a conservatory best known for it’s strong jazz history drawing musician’s from all over Europe

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A Retrospective Best Of 2000-2010

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Continuing our retrospective of the first ten years of the 20th century, we include music from bassists Bunny Brunel and David Hines as well as from guitarists Richard Hallebeek, Allan Holdsworth, and John Scofield. Playlist Bunny Brunel “Herbert" from Invent Your Future (Nikaia) 00:00 Richard Hallebeek “Good Food" from RHP (Liquid Note) 07:09 Allan ...

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Adam Holzman, Yo Miles, Cameron Graves and Richard Hallebeek

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Yo Miles! Henry Kaiser and Wadada Leo Smith, Adam Holzman, Cameron Graves and Trio Grande.Playlist Yo Miles! Henry Kaiser and Wadada Leo Smith"Cozy Pete" from Lightning (Self Produced) 00:00 Adam Holzman “Maze" from The Last Gig (Big Fun Productions) 06:45 Greg Osby “Man Talk" from Man Talk For Moderns (Blue Note) 13:32 Cameron Graves ...

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Mark Lettieri, Fernando Molinari, Markus Reuter and Stephan Thelen

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New and recent releases from Mark Lettieri, Oliver Zisko, Fernando Molinari, Olga Konkova, Markus Reuter and Stephan Thelen.Playlist Mark Lettieri “Nebulae" from Deep:The Baritone Sessions Vol 2 (Ground Up) 00:00 Oliver Zisko"Travelin'" from Global Warming (Self Produced) 06:55 Fernando Molinari “Ocean Wind" from Reaching Inside (Self Produced) 13:48 Olga Konkova “The Man With A ...

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Mike Gotthard, Tribal Tech, Alain Caron, Joe Farrell, The Crusaders

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The Fusion Fest continues with Mike Gotthard, Tribal Tech, Alain Caron and Jeff Berlin. Plus '70s classics. Playlist Art Spike Schloemer “Brain Fever" from Transfusion (Spicy Key) 00:00 Mike Gotthard “Tribal Dance" from Intellectual Brutality (Self Produced) 05:42 Tribal Tech"Mech X" from X (Tone Centre) 09:10 Alain Caron “Enhanced" from En/In Concert (Norac) 14:26 ...

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Spherical Agenda, Per Mathisen, Scott, Kinsey-Mer-Sal, Tom Coster, Simon Phillips

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New releases from Ohio-based band Spherical Agenda, from Norway bassist Per Mathisen, from Melbourne The Omnific and Scott Kinsey and Mer-Sal from their new one Adjustments. A fusion fest with Tom Coster, Rudiger Baldauf, MSM Schmidt and Richard Hallebeek. Playlist Spherical Agenda “High Stakes" from Arcane Wisdom (Self Produced) 00:00 Trifecta “Voyage of Discovery" ...

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Allan Holdsworth, Niacin, Brand X, Steps Ahead and Yellowjackets

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We remember the late Allan Holdsworth on his birthday. The choice of three tunes from the late guitarist have been selected by Richard Hallebeek from the Netherlands, Alex Machacek from the US and Brett Garsed from Australia, and we thank them for their contribution. We also have Cab with Bunny Brunel, Dennis Chambers and Tony McAlpine, ...

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Oz Noy, Richard Hallebeek, Russell Ferrante, and much more

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Focus on guitar with Jeremy Green, Oz Noy, Richard Hallebeek. Playlist Jeremy Green “Big shoes" from Standing 8 (Self Produced) 00:00 Jeremy Green “The Land Of Oz" from Standing 8 (Self Produced) 06:33 Oz Noy “Bemsha Swing" from Snapdragon (Abstract Logix) 12:41 Richard Hallebeek “Moonphases" from Bumerang (Self Produced) 19:07 Terje Rypdal “What Was ...

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A Selection Of The Best New Releases From 2020

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A random selection of the best are releases from 2020. Playlist Wayne Krantz “High 70's" from Write Out Your Head (Abstract Logix) 00:00 Markus Reuter “Power Series" from Truce (Moonjune) 05:55 Gergo Borlai “Gary" from The Missing Song (Blue Canoe) 11:50 Richard Hallebeek “Sunset Sky" from Bumerang (Richie Rich) 17:46 Tigran Hamasyan “New Maps" ...

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New releases and old favourites in Jazz Rock

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Richard Hallebeek, Derek Sherinian, Mike Gotthard and more. Playlist Richard Hallebeek “Friday at Last" from Bumerang (richard hallebeek.com) 00:00 Lorenzo Feliciati “Force Quit" from Rumble (Bandcamp) 07:25 Richard Hallebeek “Herbs" from Bumerang (rSelf Produced) 14:43 Snarky Puppy “Jefe" from Culcha Vulture (Ground Up) 21:54 Derek Sherinian “Temple Of Helios" from The Phoenix (Inside Out)29:10 ...


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