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Folk Songs For Far Out Folk

Label: Reboot Stereophonic
Released: 2007
Track listing: Mate'ka; Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child; Been In The Pen So Long; Chili'lo (Lament); Rav's Nigun; Old paint; Manthi-Ki; Baal Shem Tov; Foggy, Foggy Dew.

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Folk Songs for Far Out Folks

Label: Reboot Stereophonic
Released: 2007
Track listing: Mate'ka; Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child; Been In The Pen So Long; Chili'lo (Lament); Rav's Nigun; Old paint; Manthi-Ki; Baal Shem Tov; Foggy, Foggy Dew.

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Fred Katz: Folk Songs For Far Out Folk

Read "Folk Songs For Far Out Folk" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone


Cellist Fred Katz has indeed led a fascinating life. His primary contribution to jazz music was as cellist for the influential Chico Hamilton Quartet of the mid-to-late 1950s. Katz, who studied under Pablo Casals, would leave Hamilton and never return to jazz again. He did release a handful of albums under his own name, and perhaps ...

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Fred Katz: Folk Songs for Far Out Folks

Read "Folk Songs for Far Out Folks" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


Cellist and composer Fred Katz is an extraordinary character. He studied cello with Pablo Casals, introduced the cello to the jazz world as a member in the Chico Hamilton Quartet and recorded solo jazz albums. He's also inspired and influenced many musicians, such as another forward-thinking cellist, Fred Lonberg-Holm, who dedicated his A Valentine for Fred ...

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Fred Katz: Folk Songs for Far Out Folk

Read "Folk Songs for Far Out Folk" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Call Fred Katz a visionary, an iconoclast, a far-out Zen guy. Here's a quote from Katz that gives some insight into the mind of the artist: “Tradition is a terrible tyrant. Memory, man. It's better to live in the moment. I am eating this sandwich. Know what I mean?"Katz possesses a long, strange resume: ...

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Fred Katz: Folk Songs For Far Out Folk

Read "Folk Songs For Far Out Folk" reviewed by Troy Collins


An early student of Pablo Casals, Fred Katz is best known as the seminal jazz cellist in Chico Hamilton's breakthrough chamber jazz quintet of the 1950s. With a lengthy list of credits to his oeuvre, Katz went on to forge an unprecedented career path. From film score composer for Roger Corman (Little Shop of Horrors, A ...


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