Dave Liebman pupil of the Mitch Paliga, records for more than twenty years, but released his first album until 2006. Which is to demonstrate the difficulties faced by professional musicians moving in a separate area which apart from the purely musical part, bear the burden of caring for themselves and for all the rest. From the cover and produce the CD, to play, promotion and distribution of natural and caring for the closure of live appearances, which is the best way to promotion. An amount of work that is likely to distract or even prevent the artist from the creative process. All these years, the saxophonist has continually maturing as a composer working his own material presented in the first "Blithe Moments" and now the new album "Fall Night," this time in independent company Origin from Seattle. The Paliga may not experimenting with electronic, but the job is much more electricity than the Jane Ira Bloom, thanks to John McLean guitar and Fender Rhodes of Jo Ann Daugherty. The three along with Patrick Williams (bass) and Ryan Bennett (drums), give a ringing in the shadows in the autumn night with the title song of the album, melodic opened on motorways of Americans as "QP Doll," while "Blues for October" the only completely acoustic and more original piece of the CD, the McLean and Daugherty combine with a very beautiful acoustic guitar and accordion on a slow blues MINORE. These three pieces alive the memories of the composer from his childhood in a small town in Montana. Unlike the rest of the album - as in "Over and Over" where tension is rising with a well-knit heavy FANCO or dark "Shadow People", where harmony and rhythm are limited to a minimum for the sake of freedom in improvisation - seems to carry the most saxophnista recent experiences of his life in the city of Chicago. In both cases, however, albeit belatedly becomes apparent that Mitch Paliga is worth much more as a composer and interpreter of what has until now give reputation.