Friday, February 15, 2013

Gabor Szabo - Mizrab

Gabor Szabo, who always had an original sound on the guitar (displaying his Hungarian heritage), is backed by a string section, horns and a rhythm section (including bassist Ron Carter and either Billy Cobham or Jack DeJohnette on drums) on this Bob James production. For the program which has not yet reissued on CD, Szabo performs two originals, a pair of pop tunes and an adaptation of a Shostakovich classical concerto. The music is well played but not particularly memorable.
Scott Yanow

Source : http://www.allmusic.com/album/mizrab-mw0000896947

Gabor Szabo
Mizrab

Tracks

1 Mizrab (Szabo)  9:35
2 Thirteen (Szabo)  9:16
3 It's Going to Take Some Time (King)  4:14
4 Concerto (from the 2nd Concerto for piano by Shostakovitch)  7:20
5 Summer Breeze (Seals, Crofts)  6:07

Personnel
Gabor Szabó - g
Bob James - p & org
Ron Carter - b
Billy Cobham - dr [1 & 3]
Jack DeJohnette - dr [other selections]

Recorded at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey ; December 1972

See also
http://www.discogs.com/Gabor-Szabo-Mizrab/release/1024336

3 comments:

Baruch said...

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CrunchyFrog said...
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CrunchyFrog said...

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