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Hal Galper Quintet - Live at the Berlin Philharmonic (1977) [WEB] (2021)


Label (Catalog#) : Origin 
Genre: Jazz, Post Bop 
Quality: FLAC (*tracks)
Bitrate: Lossless  
Total Time: 01:27:42
Total Size: 503Mb

Captured during a pivotal, trailblazing period of his five decade career, pianist Hal Galper had come off the road with the Cannonball Adderley Quintet looking to establish his new working band. Pulling in Michael & Randy Brecker, whom he had recorded & worked with in the early '70s, along with bassist Wayne Dockery and drummer Bob Moses, Galper set up Sunday matinees at NY's Sweet Basil jazz club for a year to woodshed the group concept and new compositions. In the studio, 1977's "Reach Out" displayed an astonishingly original collective, all matching Galper's chance-taking, high-spirited, free-wheeling approach to music making. 1979's "Speak with a Single Voice" captured the energy of the quintet live, but on this 1977 Berlin Jazz Festival performance, the band shifts into an other-wordly overdrive. From the opening salvos of Galper's "Now Hear This,”  the mission is defined - jazz giants, in the prime of their youth, set free to blow, pushed to the limits by Galper’s facility, full-bodied sound, and fertile imagination.

Disc 1
1. Now Hear This [13:59] 
2. Speak With A Single Voice [24:36] 
3. I'll Never Stop Loving You [12:56] 
Disc 2
1. Triple Play [14:04] 
2. This Is The Thing [12:33] 
3. Hey Fool [9:31]

Hal Galper – piano
Randy Brecker – trumpet, flugelhorn
Michael Brecker – tenor saxophone
Wayne Dockery – bass
Bob Moses – drums

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