Rich Halley | Coyotes in the City

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Coyotes in the City

by Rich Halley

Features memorable compositions, solos and intuitive group improvisations that seamlessly combine composed and improvised sections ranging from freebop to world music grooves.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. Green, Brown and Blue (feat. Clyde Reed & Dave Storrs)
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2. Green Dusk (feat. Clyde Reed & Dave Storrs)
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3. Crows (Feat. Dave Storrs & Clyde Reed)
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4. Half Light (feat. Clyde Reed & Dave Storrs)
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5. Coyotes in the City (feat. Clyde Reed & Dave Storrs)
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6. Rimrocks (feat. Clyde Reed & Dave Storrs)
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Album Notes
This is the initial release of the Rich Halley Trio with Rich (tenor/soprano sax, wood flute, percussion), Clyde Reed (bass) and Dave Storrs (percussion). "No saxophonist out there is playing with more fire, muscle, sheer guts or wild abandon than Halley" - Dan McClenaghan, "Halley is an advanced modern player with a ferocious, warbling tone, complete command of his horn and an eclectic approach that takes in both traditional improvising and freewheeling, expressive sounds... a fine new album that nicely captures the fierce spirit of the group" -Paul DeBarros, Seattle Times


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