Hal Galper

Hal Galper (born April 18, 1938) is an American post-bop pianist from Salem, Mass., who released three albums on Mainstream Records in 1972/73, followed by albums on SteepleChase and enja during the second half of the decade. His playing is heard on ’60s/’70s-era albums by Chet Baker, Sam Rivers, Randy Brecker, Pete Yellin, Nat Adderley, […]

John Scofield Quartet ‎– Rough House (1978)

Rough House is an album by American jazz-rock guitarist John Scofield, recorded Nov. 27, 1978 in a quartet setting featuring post-bop pianist Hal Galper. The album was issued the following year on German jazz label enja. Tracklist: A1. “Rough House” (9:13) A2. “Alster Fields” (5:27) A3. “Ailleron” (6:50) B1. “Slow Elvin” (6:10) B2. “Triple Play” […]

Hal Galper ‎– The Guerilla Band (1973)

The Guerilla Band is second album by American post-bop/jazz-rock pianist Hal Galper, released in 1973 on Mainstream. Tracklist: A1. “Call” (6:05) A2. “Figure Eight” (7:37) A3. “Black Night” (3:16) B1. “Welcome to My Dream” (4:50) B2. “Rise and Fall” (9:05) B3. “Point of View” (5:49) Credits: Hal Galper — electric piano, writer Victor Gaskin — […]