Gabor Szabo ‎– The Sorcerer

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1 The Beat Goes On
Written-By – Sonny Bono
4:52
2 Little Boat (O Barquinho)
Written-By – B. Kaye*, R. Menescal*, R. Boscoli*
4:23
3 Lou-ise
Written-By – Jimmy Stewart (2)
4:17
4 What Is This Thing Called Love?
Written-By – Cole Porter
5:15
5 Space 6:39
6 Stronger Than Us
Written-By – Francis Lai, Pierre Barough*
4:13
7 Mizrab 6:58
8 Comin' Back
Written-By – Clyde Otis, Gabor Szabo
1:53
9 Los Matadoros 12:09
10 People
Written-By – Bob Merrill, Jule Styne
5:18
11 Corcovado
Written-By – Antonio Carlos Jobim
3:22

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Recorded live at The Jazz Workshop, Boston, April 14-15, 1967.
Tracks 9 to 11 were recorded at the same dates and originally issued on the companion LP "More Sorcery."

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AS-9146 Gabor Szabo The Sorcerer(LP, Album) Impulse! AS-9146 US 1967 Sell This Version
IMP 211 Gabor Szabo The Sorcerer(LP, Album, Ltd, RE) Impulse! IMP 211 US 1997 Sell This Version
A-9146 Gabor Szabo The Sorcerer(LP, Album, Mono) Impulse! A-9146 US 1967 Sell This Version
AS-9146 Gabor Szabo The Sorcerer(LP, Album, RP) Impulse!, ABC Records AS-9146 US Unknown Sell This Version
AS-9146 Gabor Szabo The Sorcerer(LP, Album, RE, 180) Impulse! AS-9146 Europe 2015 Sell This Version

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markjazz

markjazz

April 3, 2008
This is my first listen of a complete album from this great guitarist. I had heard a couple tracks on compilations but I final got a chance to buy this classic album and I was not disappointed. I don't own to much guitar-jazz and this is right up there with some of the classic's that Pat Metheny and Joe Pass put out, in my opinion. There's a lot of upbeat tracks and one of the best on here that just gets my blood moving is Mizrab. It has such harmony and flow and makes me want to climb mountains. A great album to listen to whilst relaxing or driving down the country side. The bonus tracks are just as mind blowing as well. The only problem I have is that there's to much backgroud noise a times, people talking etc but I can't believe it was played live with no over-dubs either, wow!