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Joe Zawinul: Still Stirring Up The Weather

By Published: April 2, 2007
"The recording came out last August or something like that. We found it. It was lost for a long time. By the way, on the same record is our piano concerto for two pianos by Gulda [Variations on Two Pianos and Band (Capriccio, 2006)], with the WDR Orchestra. That's where I met them in '88. So it's connected.

Zawinul hopes to do some touring with the Brown Street music and in March was off on another tour with the Syndicate. Still following his muse and pursing his passion.

Selected Discography

Joe Zawinul, Brown Street (Heads Up, 2007)

Weather Report, Forecast: Tomorrow (Legacy Recordings, 2006)

Joe Zawinul & The Zawinul Syndicate, Vienna Nights: Live at Joe Zawinul's Birdland (Birdjam/BHM, 2005)

Joe Zawinul, Faces and Places (ESC, 2002)

Weather Report, Live and Unreleased (Legacy Recordings, 2002)

Joe Zawinul & The Zawinul Syndicate, World Tour (Zebra, 1998)

Joe Zawinul, Stories of the Danube (Polygram, 1996)

Trilok Gurtu, Crazy Saints (CMP, 1993)

Salif Keita, Amen (Mango, 1991)

Joe Zawinul & The Zawinul Syndicate, The Immigrants (Columbia, 1988)

Joe Zawinul, Dialects (Columbia, 1986)

Weather Report, Procession (Columbia, 1983)

Weather Report, Night Passage (Columbia, 1980)

Weather Report, 8:30 (Columbia, 1979)

Weather Report, Heavy Weather (Columbia, 1977)

Weather Report, Black Market (Columbia, 1976)

Weather Report, Mysterious Traveler (Columbia, 1974)

Weather Report, Sweetnighter (Columbia, 1973)

Weather Report, I Sing the Body Electric (Columbia, 1972)

Weather Report, Live in Tokyo (Columbia, 1972)

Weather Report, Weather Report (Columbia, 1971)

Joe Zawinul, Zawinul (Atlantic, 1970)

Miles Davis, Bitches Brew (Columbia, 1969)

Miles Davis, In a Silent Way (Columbia, 1969)

Cannonball Adderley, Country Preacher: Live at Operation Breadbasket (Capitol, 1969)

Cannonball Adderley, Mercy, Mercy, Mercy: Live at the It Club (Capitol, 1966)

Photo Credits

Top Two Photos: Aigars Lapsa

Bottom Photo: Andreas Eisler

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