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     Gabor Szabo
 
 

Born: Mar 8, 1936 in Budapest, Hungary
Died: Feb 26, 1982 in Budapest, Hungary
Genres: Jazz
Styles: Crossover Jazz, Hungary, Post-Bop
Instruments: Guitar

Gabor Szabo was one of the most original guitarists to emerge in the 1960s, mixing his Hungarian folk music heritage with a deep love of jazz and crafting a distinctive, largely self-taught sound. Inspired by a Roy Rogers cowboy movie, Szabo began playing guitar when he was 14 and often played in dinner clubs and covert jam sessions while still living in Budapest. He escaped from his country at age 20 on the eve of the Communist uprising and eventually made his way to America, settling with his family in California. He attended Berklee College (1958-60) and in 1961 joined Chico Hamilton's innovative quintet featuring Charles Lloyd. Urged by Hamilton, Szabo crafted a most distinctive sound; agile on intricate, nearly-free runs as he was able to sound inspired during melodic passages. Szabo left the Hamilton group in 1965 to leave his mark on the pop-jazz of the Gary McFarland quintet and the energy music of Charles Lloyd's fiery and underrated quartet featuring Ron Carter and Tony Williams. Szabo initiated a solo career in 1966, recording the exceptional album, Spellbinder, which yielded many inspired moments and "Gypsy Queen," the song Santana turned into a huge hit in 1970. Szabo formed an innovative quintet (1967-69) featuring the brilliant, classically trained guitarist Jimmy Stewart and recorded many notable albums during the late 1960s. The emergence of rock music (especially George Harrison, Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix) found Szabo successfully experimenting with feedback and less successfully (but innovative at the time) with more commercially oriented forms of jazz. During the 1970s, Szabo regularly performed along the West Coast, hypnotizing audiences with his enchanting, spellbinding style. But from 1970, he was locked into a commercial groove, even though records like Mizrab occasionally revealed the success of his jazz, pop, Gypsy, Indian and Asian fusions. Szabo had revisited his homeland several times during the 1970s, finding opportunities to perform brilliantly with native talents. He was hospitalized during his final visit and died in 1982, just short of his 46th birthday and five years after his final American album was released.

- Douglas Payne (All Music Guide)


Ресурсы сети, связанные с исполнителем:
www.dougpayne.com/bio.htm Biography
musicians.allaboutjazz.com/musician.php?id=4776 Biography & articles on 'All About Jazz'
sudo.3.pro.tok2.com/Quest/cards/G/GaborSzabo Discography
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gabor_Szabo About from 'wikipedia'
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gabor_Szabo About from 'wapedia.mobi' [mobile]
   
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CD коллекции, связанные с исполнителем:
  как основной исполнитель ...
 Gabor Szabo - 'Bacchanal' - 1994, DCC Jazz
 Gabor Szabo - 'Dreams' - 2007, Blue Moon
 Gabor Szabo - 'Mizrab' - 1972, CTI Records
 Gabor Szabo - 'Rambler' - 1973, CTI Records
 Gabor Szabo - 'Spellbinder' - 1966, Impulse!
 Gabor Szabo - 'The Sorcerer' - 1967, GRP
 Gabor Szabo - 'The Sorcerer. More Sorcery' - 2011, Impulse!, Verve
 Gabor Szabo - 'The Szabo Equation' - 1990, DCC
  как основной соисполнитель ...
 Paul Desmond - 'Skylark' - 1973, Columbia
 Lena Horne - 'Watch What Happens!' - 1990, DCC
  как соисполнитель ...
 Chico Hamilton - 'The Dealer' - 1966, Impulse!
 Charles Lloyd - 'Of Course, Of Course' - 1965, Mosaic Select
 


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