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Requiem for a Pit Viper by Rich Halley

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Album Title: Requiem For A Pit Viper
Label: Pine Eagle Records
Released: 2011

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Fiona's Comments

My favorite quality of inside-out jazz is that even while it's wandering around and searching out new perspectives, I can still tap my foot to it. Rich Halley's offering today embraces that quality. A bombastic tune for a night out on the town.

About the Album

Rich Halley - tenor saxophone, percussion; Michael Vlatkovich trombone, percussion, squeak toys; Clyde Reed bass; Carson Halley drums, percussion.

Track Listing

Requiem for a Pit Viper; Snippet Stop Warp; View from the Underpass; Circumambulation; Purple and Gray; Maj; Wake Up Line; Squeaker; Subterranean Strut; Afternoon in June.

Personnel

Rich Halley
Rich Halley

saxophone, tenor

Additional Personnel

Rich Halley: tenor saxophone, percussion; Michael Vlatkovich: trombone, percussion, squeak toys; Clyde Reed; bass; Carson Halley: drums, percussion.

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Date featured

June 20, 2011

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