Gyárfás István Trio - Live At The Jazz Cafe FLAC album
Title: Live At The Jazz Cafe
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Gyárfás István jazz guitarist.
Gyárfás István – guitar, Winand Gábor – vocal, Orbán György – upright bass, Cseh Balázs – drums. TICKET SALES: AT BJC BOX OFFICE: Opens one hour before the show. HERE . PHONE RESERVATION: Generally you can book tickets or even a table at the concert hall via phone. Please note that all reserved tickets have to be picked up at least 30 minutes before the concert. 36 70 413 98 37, +36 1 798 7289. If you haven't visited us yet, you may find other helpful information HERE.
Playful and sometimes sharply dissonant melodies that have had every age group humming for at least half a century: the second concert in this year's New Orleans Swing Festival will serve as the official début of the István Gyárfás Trio's recently released album, Cartoon Jazz . Sadly, he didn't live to see the record's release, so with this material, we'd like to pay tribute to his greatness as a musician.
Live at the Jazz Café is a live album released in 1998 by ProjeKct One, a sub-group of King Crimson. Live at the Jazz Café was included as part of the 1999 box set The ProjeKcts. The original material for the album was recorded live from 1 to 4 December 1997, during a four-night tour of improvisations at the famous Jazz Café in Camden Town, London, England. The same sessions provided material for the later Jazz Café Suite album.
Live at the Jazz Cafe by Gyarfas Istvan Trio. This CD was recorded during September and October, 1995, at the Jazz Cafe in Budapest. Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke. Originally by Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Frank Sinatra.
Guitarist István Gyárfás's longtime dream of creating a Hammond trio comes to frutition with organist Mátyás Premecz as they present their first album,Organ Grinder's Suite at Opus Jazz Club with Gyuri Jeszenszky on the drums. Featuring: István Gyárfás - guitar. Mátyás Premecz - Hammond organ. György Jeszenszky - drums. Guitarist István Gyárfás's longtime dream of creating a Hammond trio comes to frutition with organist Mátyás Premecz as they present their first album, Organ Grinder's Suite at Opus Jazz Club with Gyuri Jeszenszky on the drums. hu, and at InterTicket Jegypont partners across Hungary.
|2||Willow Weep For Me||8:39|
|7||Polkadots And Moonbeams||7:21|
|8||Body And Soul||7:07|
- Bass – Viktor Hars* (tracks: 12), Peter Czako
- Drums – Gyorgy Jeszenszky*
- Guitar – Istvan Gyarfas*
- Tenor Saxophone – Gabor Winand* (tracks: 12), Istvan Regos (tracks: 3, 4, 7, 10)
- Trumpet – Istvan Fekete* (tracks: 3, 4, 10, 12)
NotesRecorded at The Jazz Cafe, Budapest, Hungary, September-October 1995.
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