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What Is This Thing Called Love? - Gabor Szabo - The Sorcerer / More Sorcery

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  1. Tygozilkree says:
    Jazz Raga () The Sorcerer () More Sorcery () The Sorcerer is a live album by Hungarian jazz guitarist Gábor Szabó featuring performances recorded in for the Impulse! glamrock.taukreeishnwynnirin.infoinfo: Jazz.
  2. Malat says:
    It is most apparent in the way they ignite the standards, "People" and "What Is This Thing Called Love." The latest CD reissue of this set is fleshed out with three excellent tracks from the same concert that were originally included on the LP MORE SORCERY - the hypnotic "Los Matadoros," the potent "People" and the effervescent "Corcovado.".
  3. Daktilar says:
    Gabor Szabo The Sorcerer on LP. The Sorcerer is an excellent live album by iconoclastic Hungarian jazz guitarist Gábor Szabó recorded at Boston's Jazz Workshop on April , Produced by Bob Thiele, the release finds Szabo showcasing his distinct self-taught sound and leading an innovative quintet rounded out by Jimmy Stewart (guitar), Louis Kabok (bass), Marty Morrell (drums) and Hal.
  4. Grobei says:
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  6. Mazudal says:
    Gabor Szabo - [] "The Sorcerer" The Sorcerer is a live album by Hungarian jazz guitarist Gábor Szabó featuring performances recorded in for the Impulse! label. Gabor Szabo's quintet featuring Jimmy Stewart was one of the guitarist's very best units.
  7. Dougami says:
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  8. Tulrajas says:
    Sep 15,  · The Sorcerer is a nice little light boogie affair with a pinch of latin vibe throughout. Gabor Szabo does his thing all the way through, showcasing his knack for unique individuality and approach in an art inundated with guitar players. This dude clearly changed the game for many musicians/5(7).

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