• Harrison Goldberg: Inspired By Music, Baseball, Art, And Life On The Coast

    On first glance, Harrison Goldberg appears to be like so many of us. On the Mendocino Coast we are all influenced by the environment, and I’m not just talking weather here. There’s an effort to enjoy the coastal life: work, creativity, romance, intellect, and so on. In short, living. That being said, on closer inspection and getting to know Harrison, you can see that he savors life here and incorporates the influences into his creative gifts. Most obvious are his musical gifts. He’s a multi-instrumentalist, but the heart of his music is about the sax. He doesn’t just perform. He writes, he records, he pushes himself to continue the creative journey…

    (review by David Steffen in The Lighthouse Peddler)

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  • Press And Reviews Of Neon Egypt's Music with Background

    “The songs of Tales of Kings by Neon Egypt are first-take improvisations. Yet out of the potential for chaos indigenous to such spontaneity, Harrison Goldberg on soprano, tenor, and alto sax, and Steven Miller on his resonant, one-of-a-kind Shendai Ceremonial Drums travel a purposeful, though curvilinear journey. The languid flight of a singular bird, an ibis, perhaps, coursing desert night from Alexandria to Luxor, then on to Khartoum and Kampala. The music is the tone poem migration of sensibilities, as if the Nile could flow through Chicago.”

    (from TALES OF KINGS LINER NOTES by Sandy Thompson)

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  • Tincknell  Tincknell

    “Recently we had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Harrison Goldberg and reviewing his portfolio of label designs and other pieces. We were very impressed by the depth and originality of his label designs and other pieces…”

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  • Harrison At Play

    “Harrison stopped by the other day: 30-minute max. When he left I felt consumed, yet energized, by the pulse of his everyday reality. And all I did was listen. As he talked about his life, I imagined the juggling act of The Brothers Karamazov: wild but focused…”

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