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Gabor Szabo

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Guitarist Gabor Szabo (1936-82) made a big noise in the early 1960s as part of Chico Hamilton's quintet. Szabo, who had one of the most unique sounds in jazz, later went on to play in Charles Lloyd's first quartet and as part of Gary McFarland's group before making a splash on his own. He became especially famed when Carlos Santana covered his "Gypsy Queen" to great acclaim in 1970. These are some of his finest performances.

TrackNameTimeArtistAlbum
1 Gypsy' 667:02Gabor SzaboGypsy' 66
2 Gypsy Jam5:01Gabor SzaboGypsy' 66
3 Spellbinder5:30Gabor SzaboSpellbinder
4 Gypsy Queen5:13Gabor SzaboSpellbinder
5 Cheetah4:10Gabor SzaboSpellbinder
6 Krishna3:13Gabor SzaboJazz Raga
7 Raga Doll3:44Gabor SzaboJazz Raga
8 Sophisticated Wheels3:55Gabor SzaboJazz Raga
9 Ravi2:59Gabor SzaboJazz Raga
10 Mizrab [Live (1967/Boston)]6:59Gabor SzaboThe Sorcerer [International]
11 Bacchanal4:57Gabor SzaboBacchannal
12 Ferris Wheel5:33Gabor SzaboDreams
13 Both Sides Now2:57Gabor Szabo1969
14 My Mood Is You4:45Lena Horne & Gabor SzaboLena & Gabor
15 Breezin'3:13Gabor SzaboHigh Contrast
16 Fingers7:35Gabor SzaboHigh Contrast


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