- Performer:Hal Galper
- Title:Let's Call This That
- Style:Post-Bop,Jazz Instrument,Piano Jazz
- Date of release:October 12, 1999
- Recording date:February 24, 1999
- Recording location:Stem Concert Hall, I.U.S
- Size FLAC version1459 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1155 megabytes
- Size WMA version1897 megabytes
- Formats:AUD TTA MMF WAV MP2 WMA
Let's Call This That comes closer to the old Blue Note blowing sessions than any recording I have heard in a long time. First are the musicians. Veteran Hal Galper has assembled a crack band whose members have an obvious empathy for one another. Each is exciting and innovative in his own right. Trumpeter Tim Hagans has been all over the map during the past two years.
Hal Galper Quintet - Let's Call This That (CD, Album). Dtrcd - 157. Us. 1999. Hal Galper - Jeff Johnson (8) - Maybeck Duets (CD, Album).
Now Hear This is an album by American pianist Hal Galper released on the Enja label in 1973. This Enja release from 1977 finds him at the top of his game in both roles". All compositions by Hal Galper except unless noted. Now Hear This" - 8:19. Shadow Waltz" - 6:11.
Work his first playing experience in top circuit, big city clubs. his first residence in New York City. but the parting of the ways came when I wanted to play more modern stuff. I couldn't make it New York alone and went back to New England in 1966. Hal recalled that his first playing experience with Phil Woods came about this time.
Biography by Matt Collar. Reach Out. John Bishop, Hal Galp.
Let's Call This That. Quintet, with Tim Hagans (trumpet), Jerry Bergonzi (tenor sax), Jeff Johnson (bass), Steve Ellington (drums). Inner Journey is an album by American pianist Hal Galper released on the Mainstream label in 1973. Inside Straight (album). Inside Straight is a live album by jazz saxophonist Cannonball Adderley recorded at the Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, California in 1973 featuring performances by Adderley's Quintet with Nat Adderley, Hal Galper, Walter Booker and Roy McCurdy with guest percussionist King Errisson. Ivory Forest is a recording by a quartet led by pianist Hal Galper. It was released on the Enja Label in 1980. It features a 28-year-old John Scofield, whose playing is quite.
Windows (Lee Konitz and Hal Galper album). Windows is an album by American jazz saxophonist Lee Konitz and pianist Hal Galper recorded in late 1975 and released on the Danish SteepleChase label. both Konitz and Galper listen intensely to one another and react intuitively, as if they had been playing together for a long while".
The Hal Galper Trio With Special Guest Jerry Bergonzi will be touring the North East and Mid-West in October and recording a live album for Origin Records. com for our itinerary and updates. Bebop is nothing new to Hal Galper. Weaned on Red Garland, Wynton Kelly, Jackie Byard, Bill Evans and Sonny Rollins, he has played with many of the be-bop.
CreditsJamey Aebersold - Graphic Design, Mastering, Mixing, Producer
Bob Belden - Liner Notes
Jerry Bergonzi - Guest Artist, Sax (Tenor)
Gildas Boclé - Photography
Jaki Byard - Composer
Steve Ellington - Drums
David Friesen - Composer
Hal Galper - Piano, Primary Artist
Steve Good - Engineer, Mastering, Mixing
Tim Hagans - Guest Artist, Trumpet
Jeff Johnson - Bass
Ron Miller - Composer
Charlie Parker - Composer
Bud Powell - Composer
Sam Rivers - Composer
|1||Let's Call This That Sam Rivers||Hal Galper||8:14|
|2||The Babes of Cancun Ron Miller||Hal Galper||9:14|
|3||Diane's Melody Jaki Byard||Hal Galper||9:05|
|4||Upon the Swing David Friesen||Hal Galper||12:06|
|5||In Love in Peacock Park||Hal Galper||8:23|
|6||I'll Keep on Loving You Bud Powell||Hal Galper||10:01|
|7||Constellation Charlie Parker||Hal Galper||7:09|