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Breathing The Air Feb 2004

breathingtheair5 This fine trio – with Halferty on guitar, Ronan Guilfoyle on bass and Keith Copeland on drums – has recorded a string of albums under the drummers name. Now Halferty assumes the leader’s mantle but sticks with the approach that has made this trio so strong – muscular, intensely swinging music that marries Copeland’s superhuman groove to Halferty’s joyously expensive guitar playing bound together with total assurance by Guilfoyle. There are bravau performances from all three, but from Halferty particularly with guitar playing that puts him among the elite. Sunday Tribune May 04

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Khanda with the Karnataka College of Percussion "5 Cities" – 2003

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This performance brings together some of Ireland's leading jazz and traditional musicians with these Indian masters, forging a dynamic language that transcends language and borders. Drawing on the melodic strength of Irish music, the rhythmic character of its Indian counterpart and embracing the improvisational instinct of jazz, this proves to be an exhilarating musical dialogue, climaxing in a performance of 5 Cities, a collaborative piece written by the musicians while on tour in India.

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Khanda – 97 IMC Records

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This album is the first in a series of two that combine a few different streams of music. Khanda was released under the Improvised Music Company (IMC) Records Label in 1997. A great World Music Project in the real sense. The best mix of Irish, Indian and Jazz ever done! Everyone is a musical equal here.

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