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Performer: François Rabbath
Genre: Jazz
Title: Multi-Basse
Country: France
Released: 1973
Style: Contemporary Jazz
FLAC version ZIP size: 1211 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1157 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1886 mb
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Complete your François Rabbath collection. Multi-Basse ‎(LP, Album). MN 12 005. François Rabbath. Multi-Basse ‎(LP, W/Lbl). RM 394. Multi-Bass ‎(LP, RE). Red Mark Records. François Rabbath ‎(LP, Album).

Composed By, Double Bass – François Rabbath. Gatefold sleeve with flap. Price Code: Ⓑ. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat.

Multi-Basse ‎(LP, Album).

françois rabbath multi-basse. françois rabbath multi-basse. Moshé-Naïm ‎– MN 12 005 - France - 70's - original used.

François Rabbath (b 1931 Aleppo, Syria)) is a contemporary Syrian French double-bass player, soloist, and composer. He was born into a family of musicians but his only instruction came from a book written by a Parisian bassist Edouard Nanny. In 1955 he went to Paris, hoping to meet Nanny, who had died before he arrived, but he continued to study, and in 1964 recorded for the first time.

Virtuosic performance of all 6 Bach Cello Suites performed on the double bass by Isaac Stern International Award Winner and International Society of Bassists Lifetime Achievement Winner, François Rabbath. Genre: Classical: Bach. Recorded in Venice, this is the definitive collection of Rabbath performing Bach. François Rabbath was born in 1931 in Alep (Syria). At the golden age of the French song, he accompanied the greatest ones: Piaf, Aznavour, Brel, Barbara, Michel Legrand. Interpreter and composer, he created a ‘New Technique of the Double-bass' which is an authority in the whole world.

First Base is an album by the rock music group Babe Ruth. Produced by Alan Shacklock and Nick Mobbs, and engineered by Tony Clark at the EMI's Abbey Road Studios between June and September 1972, it was released that year. The album went gold in Canada, sold well in the US, but had disappointing sales by comparison in the UK. The song "The Mexican" has been covered and remixed many times. Among them, it was covered in 1984 by John "Jellybean" Benitez with vocals by Janita Haan.

François Rabbath has been played on NTS shows including Golden Ratio Frequencies, with Reflexion first played on 13 April 2019. François Rabbath (b 1931 Aleppo, Syria)) is a contemporary Syrian French double-bass player, soloist, and composer. François Rabbath has been played on NTS shows including Golden Ratio Frequencies, with Reflexion first played on 13 April 2019.

Tracklist

L'odysée D'eau 7:30
Poucha-Bass 2:30
Incantation Pour Junon 3:12
Horda 2:40
Breiz 2:30
Mutants D'eau Pâle 3:29
Thyossane 3:53
Équation 1:25
Embruns 2:16
Chagall De Basse 9:15

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MN 12 005 François Rabbath Multi-Basse ‎(LP, Album) Moshé-Naïm MN 12 005 France Unknown
MN 12 005 François Rabbath Multi-Basse ‎(LP, W/Lbl) Moshé-Naïm MN 12 005 France 1973
RM 394 François Rabbath Multi-Bass ‎(LP, RE) Red Mark Records RM 394 US 1979
P-10100H François Rabbath François Rabbath ‎(LP, Album) Moshé-Naïm P-10100H Japan Unknown
MN 12 005 François Rabbath Multi-Basse ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Moshé-Naïm MN 12 005 France Unknown
MN 12 005 François Rabbath Multi-Basse ‎(LP, Album, RP) Moshé-Naïm MN 12 005 France Unknown