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Objects

by Rich Halley

Dynamic saxophone/bass/drums trio seamlessly integrates tunes and group improvisation in an original way. World music grooves, sound explorations, memorable melodies and strong solos are featured.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. Objects (feat. Clyde Reed & Dave Storrs) Rich Halley Trio
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2. The Search (feat. Clyde Reed & Dave Storrs) Rich Halley Trio
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8:50 $0.99
3. Grey Stones (feat. Clyde Reed & Dave Storrs) Rich Halley Trio
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10:41 $0.99
4. Back In the 400 Club (feat. Clyde Reed & Dave Storrs) Rich Halley Trio
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5. Over the Rainbow (feat. Clyde Reed & Dave Storrs) Rich Halley Trio
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6. Thickets/Pavement (feat. Clyde Reed & Dave Storrs) Rich Halley Trio
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This release by the Rich Halley Trio features Rich (tenor/soprano sax & wood flute), Clyde Reed (bass) and Dave Storrs (percussion). "Halley is fierce, his style a heady mix of mainstream and "out" concepts" - David Adler, All Music Guide.
"Tremendous stuff all round" - Nate Dorward, Paris Transatlantic Magazine. "Hear not only the easy flow of why-didn't-I-think-of-that structures, but the subtle note-to-note variations in volume, shaping and tone (imagine if Dexter Gordon grew up 30 years later) that only masters can achieve" -Greg Burk, LA Weekly


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