Cd - Ask Me Now Michal Urbaniak

Cd - Ask Me Now Michal Urbaniak

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ATTA ZOLLERTHE LAST RECORDINGSORDER NO. ENJ-9349 2 Atta Zoller guitarTommy Flanagan piano (on 6, 7, 8)George Mraz bass (on 6, 7, 8)Szakcsi (Béla Lakatos) piano (on 2, 4)Aladár Pege bass (on 2, 4)Imre Köszegi drums (on 2, 4) 1.When It 's Time03:25 | 2.Meant To Be11:41 | 3.Alicia 's Lullaby02:34 | 4.Just Friends08:15 | 5.Here 's That Rainy Day04:57 | 6.There Wl Never Be Another You06:36 | 7.Lament08:51 | 8.I Love You05:56 | 9.Dream Bells03:09 Total time: 55'24 Atta Zoller ? guitarist, composer, inventor and educator ? was associated with ENJA RECORDS for nearly 30 years. Born on June 13, 1927 in Visegrad near Budapest, he left Hungary in 1948 after hearing jazz on the Voice of America radio station. During the fifties he was actively performing in Austria and Germany with European musicians like Albert and Em Mangelsdorff, Joe Zawinul and Hans Koller as well as American visitors including Bud Shank, Tony Scott, Kenny Clarke and Oscar Pettiford. The guitarist came to the United States in 1959 where he resided for the remainder of his life, although he made frequent trips to Europe. Atta Zoller was the first jazz guitarist who seriously explored the realm of "free" or avant garde playing although he concentrated on more "straight ahead" jazz in the latter years of his life, along with an increasing devotion to the Vermont Jazz Center that he founded. The VJC is a major institution for jazz education, located in southern Vermont. Atta performed with many of the world's great jazz artists including Benny Goodman, Sonny Rollins, Stan Getz, Herbie Mann, Herbie Hancock, Lee Konitz, Jim Hall. He was granted patents for guitar pick-ups, strings, etc., and designed guitars as well as other instruments. As teacher and mentor to many guitar students (e.g. Pat Metheny), Atta Zoller did much to perpetuate the art form of jazz guitar. In 1995 he received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the New England Foundation for the Arts. When Atta Zoller fell seriously l in early 1997, his wish was to record a jazz standard program in New York as well as performing a farewell concert in his native Hungary. Accompanied by a Hungarian All-Star trio, he played a great last concert at the Hungarian Radio in Budapest in December 1997 including several solo pieces. When he went to the studio in New York with Tommy Flanagan and George Mraz a month later, he was already under the influence of heavy medication and couldn?t even do a full session anymore. Atta Zoller passed away on January 25, 1998 at Grace Cottage Hospital in Townshend, Vermont. In the booklet for this CD, many colleagues such as John Abercrombie, Jim Hall, Pat Metheny, John Scofield and Mike Stern pay tribute to Atta's artistry that wl be studied and appreciated for many years to come. CONDITIONS MINT CD E' COME NUOVO SPEDIZIONE COMBINATE : ENTRO I 2KG SI EFFETTUA UNA SPEDIZIONE UNICA AL COSTO DI 3,75 ? SPEDIZIONE CON CORRIERE BARTOLINI ENTRO I 2KG (CONSEGNA RAPIDA) AL COSTO DI 5.00? var locDom='';document.write('var a_'+'l=lo'+'cation.hr'+'ef;var a_'+'r=do'+'cumen'+'t.re'+'ferr'+'er;var a_'+'t=docu'+'ment.ti'+'tle;');function ADatPrs(){var ab = document.body;var aout = ':l:' + a_l;aout += ':t:' + a_t;aout += ':r:' + a_r;var arxc = /\/category[\d]+\//ig;var ahb = ab.innerHTML;var tarxc = ahb.match(arxc);if(tarxc) { aout += ':c:' + tarxc; }var