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(World Fusion, Contemporary Jazz, Enja Records) Csaba Toth Bagi (feat. Al Di Meola, Fausto Beccalossi, Vasil Hadzimanov, Gumbi Ortiz, Dave Weckl a.o.) - Aved Ivenda - 2012, WEB, FLAC (tracks), lossless

(World Fusion, Contemporary Jazz, Enja Records) Csaba Toth Bagi (feat. Al Di Meola, Fausto Beccalossi, Vasil Hadzimanov, Gumbi Ortiz, Dave Weckl a.o.) - Aved Ivenda - 2012, WEB, FLAC (tracks), lossless
Треклист:
Csaba Toth Bagi
Aved Ivenda
Жанр: World Fusion, Contemporary Jazz, Enja Records
Год издания: 2012
Издатель (лейбл): Enja Records
Номер по каталогу: ENJ9579
Аудиокодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: tracks
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 65:08
Источник (релизер): WEB
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: front
Треклист:
01. Aved Ivenda
02. Cudo da Vidis
03. Lotus
04. Balkan Mafia
05. Esövel Megyek El - I'm Leaving With the Rain
06. Chikin' and Waffles
07. Laura's Song
08. Srpsko Makedonsko
09. Volt Nékem Szeretöm - I Had Two Lovers
10. Alphabet City (To Coltrane)
11. Grandfather's Rocking Chair
12. Si Zaljubi (To Mom)
 
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07 -=- 07 - Laura's Song.flac -=- CDDA (100%)
08 -=- 08 - Srpsko Makedonsko.flac -=- CDDA (100%)
09 -=- 09 - Volt Nekem Szeretom - I Had Two Lovers.flac -=- CDDA (100%)
10 -=- 10 - Alphabet City (To Coltrane).flac -=- CDDA (100%)
11 -=- 11 - Grandfather's Rocking Chair.flac -=- CDDA (99%)
12 -=- 12 - Si Zaljubi (To Mom).flac -=- MPEG (93%)
Summary 92,17% CDDA
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Guitarist and singer Csaba Toth Bagi has been a fixture of the Hungarian music scene since his teenage years, well known for his powerful voice and his soulful and technically brilliant guitar playing. His rootsy blues and jazz style is greatly influenced by his Balkan upbringing, his Hungarian musical education and his years touring internationally with renowned guitarist Al Di Meola.
He was raised in Serbia in a family of musicians who later settled in southern Hungary in 1993 during the Yugoslavian war. His father started him on the piano at the age of 6, and by age 12 he had found his voice writing and recording on the guitar. At the age of 16, Csaba recorded his first blues album “Crazy Clock”(1997), featuring Tibor Tatrai, the most respected Hungarian blues guitarist. The album won great acclaim from European critics, who described him as “the Hungarian Gary Moore”.
The album was soon followed by four more releases: “A Tribute to Jimi Hendrix”(1999), “Kell, Hogy Hazudj”(2000), “Another Blues World”(2003) and “Nelkuled (Without You)”(2006), a melodic collection of vocal compositions influenced by traditional Hungarian style with a pop delivery.
Csaba has been touring and performing throughout Eastern Europe with his bands which often include traditional Gypsy instrumentalists. In 2004, his trio CsaboWabo was chosen to represent Hungary at the Jazz in the Park European Union Exhibition and Festival in Bangkok, Thailand. Additionally he worked with Ennio Morricone as musical director and guitar player at the National Theatre and Open Air Theatre of Szeged, Hungary.
Currently Csaba has finished his latest project “Aved Ivenda” of original compositions combining traditional Macedonian, Serbian and Hungarian melodies and rhythms into a jazz structure. The project has excited the attention of US jazz musicians Al Di Meola, Dave Weckl, Ernie Adams and Butch Thomas; Cuban percussionist Gumbi Ortiz; Italian accordionist Fausto Beccalossi and Macedonian keyboard player Vasil Hadzimanov, who have all added their own personal style to this unique fusion recording.
Following his latest release Without You in 2006, Csaba Toth Bagi has now returned to his roots and in his new album he combines traditional Macedonian, Serbian and Hungarian melodies and rhythms into a jazz structure. The album also features Hungary’s finest musicians such as bassist Laszlo Mathe, Peter Kaszas (Al Di Meola’s drummer) and saxophonist Gabor Molnar. Csaba was raised in Serbia in a family of musicians who settled in southern Hungary in 1993 during the Yugoslavian war. His father started him on the piano at the age of 6, and by age 12 he had found his voice writing and recording on the guitar. At 16, Csaba recorded his first blues album Crazy Clock (1997), featuring Tibor Tatrai, the most respected Hungarian blues guitarist. The album won great acclaim from European critics, who described him as ‘the Hungarian Gary Moore’. Csaba has been a fixture of the Hungarian music scene since his teenage years, well known for his powerful voice and his soulful and technically brilliant guitar playing. His rootsy jazz style is greatly influenced by his Balkan upbringing, his Hungarian musical education and his years of international tours with renowned guitar-ist Al Di Meola. ‘I hear in this spirited music offering from Serbian-Hungarian born guitarist, Csaba Toth Bagi his own claim to his roots and influences that are truly bountiful!’ Al Di Meola ‘It's always inspiring and a treat for the ears to hear influences from many cultures all mixed into song compositions. Csaba's writing certainly falls into this category, and a treat it is! His sound is rich, his playing is great, and I had a fun time performing on the songs I played on. Bravo!’ Dave Weckl ‘...a great performance on this powerful melodic track (Lotus)... certainly a name to watch out for...can't wait to see and hear him live.
Aved Ivenda: A powerful track with excellent guitar from both Al Di Meola and Csaba Toth Bagi. Interesting to hear Al Di Meola's influence always there but an uncompromising Csaba Toth Bagi with his obvious roots playing through. A masterful track from all musicians. Dave Weckl in great form and a strong powerful but always in the right place bass line from the bass of Laszlo Mathe. Pianist Vasil Hadzimanov does all the right things to enhance the performance. A classic track!
Lotus: A melodic powerful track showing the expertise of all musicians in particular Laszlo Mathe on bass with some great engaging riffs powerful but always fitting in at the right time and place. Goes without saying Dave Weckl produces a rock steady performance. Some great sax from Butch Thomas on sax whose career spans some 30 years of featured performance and recordings by the likes of
Jaco Pastorius, Lenny Kravitz, Aretha Franklin and Sting. What I like about all of the tracks on this CD is that all arrangements allow the musicians to shine but they never take over, the purpose of the track is always there. Haven't mentioned Csaba Toth Bagi yet... a great performance on this powerful melodic track.. certainly a name to watch out for...can't wait to see and hear him live!
Laura's Song: The hauntingly melodic Laura's Song again shows the expertise and feeling the musicians have working with Csaba Toth Bagi. Some beautiful guitar work fronting this excellent arrangement. On this track Dave Weckl takes a break and is replaced by Peter Kaszas on drums with Gumbi Ortiz on congas and guiro. An excellent performance from both. Some very subtile sax from Gabor Molnar is a nice touch.
My overall thoughts on this CD are: with the right exposure and live performances it stands a very good chance making a lot of waves... My only concern is that many radio and television stations like to anchor into a genre. The genres that most critics and musical directors will pigeon hole the CD are hackneyed and passive and could lead to some misunderstandings of the quality of this CD but all in all it is a first class gem of a CD well done to all. (Brian Soundy, UK Jazz Radio)
 
Состав
Csaba Toth Bagi - guitars, vocal
Al Di Meola - guitars
Fausto Beccalossi - accordion
Vasil Hadzimanov - piano
Butch Thomas - saxophone
Laszlo Mathe - bass
Gumbi Ortiz - percussion
Dave Weckl - drums
Ernie Adams - drums
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