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Playlist of Gábor Szabó

  • Gabor Szabo - Dreams full album


    Thought I was done with Gabor huh?

    This is one of his most haunting and beautiful albums, sometimes even leaning into classical but always soaring through with his mystical phrases and rhythms. A must listen from start to finish!

    1. Galatea's Guitar (0:00)
    2. Half the Day is the Night (5:40)
    3. Song of Injured Love (10:05)
    4. The Fortune Teller (14:12)
    5. Fire Dance (18:43)
    6. The Lady in the Moon (24:24)
    7. Ferris Wheel (29:47)

    Bass – Louis Kabok
    Cello – George Ricci
    Drums – Jim Keltner
    French Horn – Brooks Tillotson, Ray Alonge, Tony Miranda
    Guitar – Gabor Szabo, Jim Stewart*
    Percussion, Congas – Hal Gordon
    Piano – Gary McFarland
    Violin – Julius Schacter

    Cover Art: John Austen Vision (1919)

    I do not own any copyright so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it, its all in the purpose of educational rediscovery.

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  • Gabor Szabo -1978- in the Hotel Hilton, Budapest FULL, reUP


    Gabor Szabo -1978- in the Hotel Hilton, Budapest
    Ismét Pesten - Szabó Gábor dzsesszműsora a Hilton Szállóban

    A világhírű amerikai-magyar dzsesszgitárművész 1978-ban másodízben volt vendége a Magyar Televízió nézőinek.
    Ezúttal közönség előtt , magyar zenészbarátaival adott koncertet.

    1 - Concorde (Nightflight)(Ritchie Rome/G.Szabo)
    2 - Magic Mystic Faces (G.Szabo/Sylvia St. James)
    3 - Django (John Lewis)
    4 - Stormy (B. Buie/J.R. Cobb)
    5 - The Last Song (G.Szabo)
    6 - The Biz (Bobby Lyle)

    Babos Gyula - g.
    Bontovics Kati - voc.
    Dandó Péter - b.
    Dés László - sax
    Lerch István - keyb
    Kőszegi Imre - dr
    Másik János - keyb
    Sipos Endre - tr
    Solti János - dr
    Szabó Gábor - g.

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  • Galateas Guitar


    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Galatea's Guitar · Gabor Szabo


    ℗ 1968 © Skye Records™ a division of 43 North Broadway, LLC. WARNING: All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

    Released on: 1968-09-18

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Gábor Szabó - Small World Full Album


    1. 0:00 People/My Kind Of People
    2. 8:48 Lilac Glen
    3. 14:24 Mizrab
    4. 23:34 Impressions Of My Country/Foothill Patrol
    5. 35:39 Another Dream
    6. 40:39 Concerto de Aranjue

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  • Gabor Szabo Budapest


  • GABOR SZABO - Bacchanal LP 1968 Full Album



    A1 Three King Fishers 00:00
    Written-By – Donovan
    A2 Love Is Blue 04:48
    Written-By – Popp, Blackburn, Cour
    A3 Theme From Valley Of The Dolls 09:06
    Written-By – Previn, Previn
    A4 Bacchanal 12:54
    Written-By – Szabo
    B1 Sunshine Superman 17:47
    Written-By – Donovan
    B2 Some Velvet Morning 21:32
    Written-By – Hazelwood
    B3 The Look Of Love 26:55
    Written-By – Bacharach & David
    B4 Divided City 30:12
    Written-By – Szabo


    Guitar – Gabor Szabo
    Bass – Louis Kabok
    Drums – Jimmy Keltner
    Percussion – Hal Gordon
    Guitar – Jim Stewar
    Illustration [Liner Drawing] – Barbara Flynn
    Design – Robert Flynn
    Photography By – Barry Peake
    Engineer – Andy Richardson

    Recorded February 9, 1968 at Western Recording, Los Angeles.
    Label - Skye Records

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  • Carlos Santana talks about Gabor Szabo


    Carlos Santana talks about Gabor Szabo

  • GABOR SZABO - His Great Hits LP 1971 Full Album



    A1 Sophisticated Wheels 00:00
    A2 Simpatico 05:07
    A3 My Foolish Heart 09:52
    A4 Twelve-Thirty (Young Girls Are Coming To The Canyon) 15:22
    B1 Krishna 18:23
    B2 Mountain Heir 21:37
    B3 Gypsy '66 (Lady Gabor) 26:04
    B4 Evil Eye 33:06
    B5 If I Fell 36:26
    C1 Spring Song 39:47
    C2 Lady Gabor 42:08
    C3 People 53:06
    C4 Search For Nirvana 58:30
    D1 White Rabbit 1:00:39
    D2 El Toro 1:03:12
    D3 Yearning 1:07:55
    D4 Space 1:11:55
    D5 Spellbinder 1:17:32


    Compiled By [Assembled For Album Release By] – Ed Michel
    Guitar – Gabor Szabo
    Illustration, Design – Lorel Michel
    Liner Notes – Jack Tracy
    Photography By [Cover] – Chuck Stewart
    Label - ABC IMPULSE! Records

    A1, A4, D1 recorded in Los Angeles, September 14, 1967
    A2, C1 recorded in Englewood, N.J., May 20, 1966
    A3, D3 recorded in Englewood, N.J., May 6, 1966
    B1 recorded in Englewood, N.J., August 4, 1968
    B2 recorded in concert February 6, 1966, at Lincoln Center, Philharmonic Hall, New York City
    B3, B5 recorded in Englewood, N.J., 1965
    B4 recorded in Englewood, N.J., May 5, 1966
    C2 recorded in Englewood, N.J., September 20, 1962. This is a shortened version of the master originally issued.
    C3, D4 recorded in performance at The Jazz Workshop, Boston, April 14-15, 1967
    C4 recorded in Englewood, N.J., August 17, 1966
    D2 recorded in Englewood, N.J., September 18, 1962
    D5 recorded in performance at The Monterey Jazz Festival, Monterey, Calif., September 17, 1967. This is a shortened version of the master originally issued.

  • Gabor Szabo - Breezin


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  • Gabor Szabo Dreams 1968 full album


    60s contemporary music
    Dreams is an album by Hungarian guitarist Gábor Szabó featuring performances recorded in 1968 and released on the Skye label

    1 Galatea's Guitar – 5:33
    2 Half the Day is the Night (Gary McFarland) – 4:23
    3 Song of Injured Love (Manuel de Falla) – 4:05
    4 The Fortune Teller (Gábor Szabó, Louis Kabok) – 4:28
    5 Fire Dance (Falla) – 5:39
    6 The Lady in the Moon – 5:13
    7 Ferris Wheel (Donovan Leitch) – 5:27

    Gábor Szabó – guitar
    Jim Stewart – guitar
    Louis Kabok – bass
    Jim Keltner – drums
    Hal Gordon – percussion
    Tony Miranda, Ray Alonge, Brooks Tillotson – French horn
    Julius Schacter – violin
    George Ricci – cello
    Gary McFarland – piano, arranger

  • GABOR SZABO - Mizrab LP 1973 Full Album



    A1 Mizrab 00:00
    Written-By – Gabor Szabo
    A2 Thirteen 09:28
    Written-By – Gabor Szabo
    B1 It's Going To Take Some Time 18:35
    Written-By – Carole King
    B2 Concerto #2 22:54
    Adapted By – Bob James
    Written-By – Shostakovitch
    B3 Summer Breeze 30:14
    Written-By – Seals / Crofts


    Arranged by, Conductor, Piano, Organ – Bob James
    Guitar – Gabor Szabo
    Drums – Billy Cobham (A1, B1), Jack DeJohnette (A2, B2, B3)
    Bass – Ron Carter
    Arco Bass – Charles Israels, Ron Carter (tracks: B2)
    Flute, Piccolo Flute, Alto Flute, Bass Flute – Hubert Laws
    Percussion – Ralph MacDonald
    Bassoon, Bass Clarinet – John Campo
    Cello – Alan Shulman, Charles McCracken, George Ricci
    French Horn – Brooks Tillotson, James Buffington
    Harp – Margaret Ross
    Oboe, Clarinet, Recorder – George Marge
    Oboe, English Horn – Sidney Weinberg
    Trombone – Wayne Andre
    Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Marvin Stamm
    Viola – Richard Dickler, Theodore Israel
    Violin – Charles Libove, David Nadien, Harold Kohon, Irving Spice, Joe Malin, John Pintaualle, Max Ellen, Paul Gershman
    Design [Album] – Bob Ciano
    Design [Neon Designs] – Rudi Stern
    Photography By – Alen MacWeeney
    Producer – Creed Taylor
    Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder

    Recorded At – Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
    Label - CTI Records
    A Division of Creed Taylor, Inc.

  • Gabor Szabo - Galateas Guitar


    From Dreams (1969)

    Gabor Szabo - Guitar
    Jimmy Stewart - Guitar
    Louis Kabok - Bass
    Jim Keltner - Drums
    Hal Gordon - Percussion
    Tony Miranda, Ray Alonge, Brooks Tillotson - Flugelhorn
    Gary McFarland - Arrangements
    Julius Schacter - Violin
    George Ricci - Cello

  • Gabor Szabo: Belsta River Full album


    1. 00:00 24 Carat (Written-By – Gabor Szabo)
    2. 13:55 Django (Written-By – John Lewis)
    3. 18:10 First Tune In The Morning (Written-By – Gabor Szabo)
    4. 31:21 Stormy (Written-By – B. Buie, J.R. Cobb)

    Bass – Pekka Pohjola
    Congas, Percussion – Malando Gassama
    Drums – Peter Sundell
    Engineer – Leif Allansson
    Guitar – Gabor Szabo, Janne Schaffer
    Piano, Electric Piano, Synthesizer [Moog] – Wlodek Gulgowski
    Producer – Lars Samuelson

    Recorded at The Europa Film Studio, Stockholm, January 6 and 7, 1978, released in 1979.

    (info source:

    One of the gratest jazz fusion album ever.

  • Gabor Szabo - Gypsy Queen


    From Spellbinder (1966)

    Gabor Szabo - Guitar
    Ron Carter - Bass
    Chico Hamilton - Drums
    Victor Pantoja, Willie Bobo - Percussion

  • Gabor Szabo - Breezin 1971


    Written By: Bobby Womack
    Bass – Phillip Upchurch
    Congas – Felix Falcon
    Drums – Jim Keltner
    Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Gabor Szabo
    Percussion – Carmelo Garcia
    Rhythm Guitar [Electric] – Bobby Womack
    Tambourine, Percussion [Gourd] – Shadow,

  • Three King Fishers


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    Three King Fishers · Gabor Szabo · Jim Stewart · Hal Gordon · Jimmy Keltner · Louis Kabok


    ℗ 1968 © Skye Records™ a division of 43 North Broadway, LLC. WARNING/ All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

    Released on: 1994-01-01

    Music Publisher: Arvee Music

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Gábor Szabó - From a Dream


    Gábor Szabó - guitar
    Attila Garay - piano
    Péter Dandó - bass

    From a Dream, originally by Neil Larsen.
    Recorded for Pulzus in Budapest in late summer or early fall of 1981.
    This is the last performance video of Gábor Szabó.

  • Gabor Szabo_Macho 1975


    00:00 01- Hungarian Rhapsody #2
    06:46 02- Time
    12:17 03- Transylvania Boogie
    17:44 04- Ziggidy Zag
    23:40 05- Macho
    32:49 06- Poetry Man


    Gabor Szabo
    Real Name: Gábor Szabó

    Hungarian jazz guitarist, born March 8, 1936 in Budapest, Hungary, died February 26, 1982 in Budapest, Hungary.
    An influential jazz guitarist, famous for mixing jazz, pop-rock and his native Hungarian music. Inspired by jazz music heard on Voice of America radio broadcasts, Szabó began playing guitar at the age of 14. Escaping Hungary in 1956 and moving to the United States where he attended the Berklee School of Music in Boston. In 1958, he was invited to perform at the Newport Jazz Festival. Szabó then went on to perform with the quintet of Southern California drummer Chico Hamilton from 1961 to 1965.
    Beginning in 1966 he recorded a well-received span of albums under his own name on the Impulse! label. In the late 1960s he co-founded the short-lived Skye Records label along with Cal Tjader and Gary McFarland. Later he signed with Blue Thumb Records and CTI Records. Gábor Szabó died in Budapest in February, 1982 from liver and kidney disease while on a visit to his homeland. (Source: Discogs)

  • Gabor Szabo - Spellbinder


    Album: Spellbinder (1966)

    From his 1961 debut with Chico Hamilton, Hungarian émigré Gabor Szabo was an iconoclast. At a time when most jazz guitarists used hollow-body electrics with conventional tuning, Szabo played an acoustic instrument. This enabled his distinctive style built around drones or pedal points—a single tone (usually the tonic or dominant) sustained or repeated in the bass— above which he layered solos of exotic, raga-like entrancement. Backed by Latin percussionists, Szabo's Hungaro-Cuban Spellbinder suggests Columbus may have found a short route to India after all. This benevolent spell fades away much too soon, but is binding to this day.

  • Szabó Gábor jazz gitáros műsora - interjú Jazzpódium 1974


    Szabó Gábor, Pege Aladár, Kőszegi Imre, Másik János.
    Vendég a zseniális Kovács Kati.

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  • Kovács Kati - Az eső és én feat. Szabó Gábor


    Egy csodálatos bossa - Kovács Kati lenyűgöző éneke, élő stúdió koncert 1974-ből, nagyszerű jazz-muzsikusokkal: Szabó Gábor, Pege Aladár, Másik János, Kőszegi Imre, Dely István. Somló Tamás (LGT) és Adamis Anna szerzeménye.
    Wonderful bossa sung by Kati Kovacs accompanied by famous jazz musicians.

  • Santana-Mr.Szabo


    Santana-Mr.Szabo From The New Album Shape Shifter 2012

  • Gabor Szabo - Three King Fishers


    Gabor Szabo - Three King Fishers (1968)

  • Gabor Szabo - Song of Injured Love


    Gabor Szabo

  • Gypsy Queen


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    Gypsy Queen · Gabor Szabo

    The House That Trane Built: The Story Of Impulse Records

    ℗ 1966 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 2006-06-20

    Producer: Bob Thiele
    Associated Performer, Upright Bass: Ron Carter
    Associated Performer, Percussion: Willie Bobo
    Associated Performer, Percussion: Victor Pantoja
    Associated Performer, Drums: Chico Hamilton
    Composer Lyricist: Gabor Szabo

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  • Átsuhant az életen1-rész. Szabó Gábor gitárművész története.


    A Metró klubtól a Szigetig Rádiós műsor 44. adása. /Videó változat/ Portásfülkéből a világhírbe - Az „ismeretlen Szabó Gábor A magyar beat és pop zenés meséje ezúttal az amerikai álomról szól, ahol tudvalévőleg a cipőpucolóból médiacézár, az iskola örökös bukdácsolójából híres feltaláló, a bevándorló gyermekéből pedig a Fehér Ház lakója lesz. Ha nagyon akarja.

    A mi hősünk éppen ilyen volt. Eltökélt. Három hét gyakorlás után otthagyta gitártanárát, majd saját magára hagyatkozott. Külföldi rádióállomások sistergő adásait hallgatta, majd 1956 novemberében úgy döntött, ott akar lenni, ahol ezek a zenék születnek.

    Amerikai karrierje egy portásfülkében indult, s öt évvel később már világsztárok zenekarában játszott szólistaként. Pechjére azonban volt egy igazi ellensége, aki meggyötörte és fájóan rövidre szabta az életét. Saját maga. Szabó Gáborra Laux József, az Omega és az LGT zenekar dobosa, Kőszegi Imre dobos és Almássy Mariann Szabó Gábor élettársa emlékezett. ZENE://Szabó Gábor & band:Breezin(1969) részlet.// //LP.variáció// //Mizrev Live (1970).részlet// // ?// //Gypsy Queen (1970).részlet.// VIDEÓ://Szabó Gábor&band:Breezin(1969) részlet.// //Carlos Santana Szabó Gábor:talks aboutEmlékezés a tanárra,részlet// //Kovács Kati Szabó Gábor:My Love (1982) Duna tv.részlet// Műsorvezető-szerkesztő:GELLÉRT ANDRÁS Videót-készítette:Fáskerti Sándor Rádió-műsor készült:(2011) május.7-én Videó változat készült:(2014)április.4-én elérhetőségek:faskertirr(Skype)

  • Gábor Szabó - Bacchanal


    Bacchanal (1968)

  • Gabor Szabo guitar solo


    Beautiful acoustic guitar solo by Gábor Szabó.

  • Gabor Szabo - Thirteen


    Gabor Szabo - Mizrab (1972), CTI

    02 - Thirteen (G. Szabo)

    Gabor Szabo - Guitar
    Bob James - Piano/Organ
    Ron Carter - Bass
    Jack DeJohnette - Drums
    Ralph MacDonald - Percussion
    String Section - Violins, Violas, Cellos, Arco Bass, Harp
    Brass Section - Trumpet/Flugelhorn, Trombone, French Horne, Bassoon/Bass Clarinet, Oboe/English Horn, Clarinet
    On Flute/Piccolo/Alto Flute/Bass Flute - Hubert Laws

    Recorded at Van Gelder Studios December 1972, Rudy Van Gelder - Engineer

    This video is NOT for commercial use.

  • Szabó Gábor jazz


    Szabó Gábor (Budapest, 1936. március 8. -- 1982. február 28.) magyar dzsesszgitáros és zeneszerző. Ő volt az első olyan magyar dzsesszmuzsikus, aki nemzetközileg elismert és népszerű, szakmailag pedig jelentős dalszerző lett, és akit játéka alapján ma is számon tartanak. Életműve Magyarországon szinte ismeretlen, lemezei 1990-ig gyakorlatilag beszerezhetetlenek voltak. Művészetének adózva 1992-ben a Magyar Jazz szövetség megalapította a Szabó Gábor-díjat, amelyet minden évben olyan művész kap meg a Magyar Kulturális Alapítvány támogatásával, aki tevékenységével hozzájárul a magyar jazz művészet színvonalának fejlődéséhez, nemzetközi elismertségéhez. tevékenységével hozzájárul a magyar jazz művészet színvonalának fejlődéséhez, nemzetközi elismertségéhez. Szabó Gábort sztárként ünnepelték Amerikában, interjúkat közölt vele a világ vezető dzsesszlapja, a Down Beat is. Sokszor azonban nem értették a jóval saját kora előtt járó művészt, aki már akkor crossover jazzt és world musicot játszott, amikor még ez a fogalom nem is létezett. Kevesen értették úgy meg a Szabó Gábor tanítását, mint Carlos Santana, aki részben a Szabó által használt és felkínált elemeket is felhasználva alapította meg világhírű együttesét, a Santanát.
    Gabor Szabo: Bacchanal 1968
    Szabó Gábor Budapest 1974

  • Gábor Szabó - Breezin


    Live on 'Club Date'.
    Filmed in 1977 in San Diego, California.

    The song Breezin', written by Bobby Womack and originally recorded by Gábor himself.


    Gábor Szabó - guitar
    Bobby Lyle - keyboard
    Marlon McClain - guitar
    Nathaniel Phillips - bass
    Bruce Carter - drums

    This was on someone's YouTube channel before, but it was deleted.

  • Gabor Szabo -1974- A csitári hegyek alatt


    Szabó Gábor gitárművész sokszor indította improvizációit a magyar népdalkincs egy - egy darabjából.
    Ezen a felvételen az A csitári hegyek alatt című népdal a kiindulópont.
    Részlet az 1974-es stúdiókoncertből.

    MR. 8-as stúdió, Budapest.

  • Gabor Szabo - Summertime


    Gabor Szabo Summertime

  • Gabor Szabo - The Lady In The Moon


    amazing song by Gábor Szabó from his album 'Dreams'

  • Gabor Szabo - Keep Smiling


    Track #14 - Gabor Szabo - Keep Smiling

  • Gabor Szabo and band


    Another great performance by Gábor Szabó and his band.

  • Walking on Nails-Gabor Szabo


    Weird... Bernard Purdie on drums!! 1966 direct transfer from original Lp, Jazz Raga!

  • Gabor Szabo - Ziggidy Zag


    Album: Macho (1975)



    2020 MADRID

  • Gabor Szabo - Paint It Black


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    From '' Jazz Raga ''
    Label: Impulse! ‎– AS-9128
    Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
    Country: US
    Released: 1966

    A1 Walking On Nails
    A2 Mizrab
    A3 Search For Nirvana
    A4 Krishna
    A5 Raga Doll
    A6 Comin' Back
    B1 Paint It Black
    B2 Sophisticated Wheels
    B3 Ravi
    B4 Caravan
    B5 Summertime

    Guitar, Sitar – Gabor Szabo
    Guitar [Fender] – Bob Bushnell (tracks: A2, A3, A6, B1, B3)
    Drums – Bernard Purdie
    Bass – Johnny Gregg

    Producer – Bob Thiele
    Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder

    Cover [Design] – Robert Flynn
    Cover [Painting] – Gabor Szabo
    Design [Liner] – Joe Lebow
    Photography By [Back Cover & Liner] – Chuck Stewart
    Photography By [Front Cover] – Charles Shabacon


    Paint It, Black is a song by The Rolling Stones, released on 13 May 1966 as the first single from their fourth album Aftermath.
    It was originally titled Paint It Black without a comma. Keith Richards has stated that the comma was added by the record label, Decca.

    The song was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, though Brian Jones contributed to the song's signature riff.
    Bill Wyman claims in his books that the song was a collective effort of the group, a 'Nanker-Phelge' one, but mistakenly credited to Jagger/Richards at the end.

    The single reached number one in both the United States and the United Kingdom charts in 1966.
    In 2004 it was ranked number 174 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

    Cover versions

    Eric Burdon & The Animals covered it in 1967 for their debut album, Winds of Change..

    The Standells covered Paint it Black on their Billboard Top 100 album Dirty Water, released in 1966.
    Deep Purple used the song as an instrumental introduction to Ian Paice's drum solo during their In Rock World Tour 1970
    W.A.S.P. released their cover on the reissue of their debut album.
    The Feelies released a version on their 1980 Crazy Rhythms album .
    The Mo-dettes released a version on the Deram label in 1980 which reached number 42 in the UK singles chart.
    The Black Dahlia Murder on their EP A Cold-Blooded Epitaph.
    Glenn Tipton played this song on his album Baptizm of Fire.
    The Agony Scene on their self-titled album.
    The Avengers released a cover of the song in 1983.
    U2 released a cover of the song as a B-Side to the 1992 single Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses.
    Czech singer Karel Gott released an German version of the song in 1969
    The band The Unseen covered this song on their album State of Discontent.
    The groove metal band Grip Inc. on their album Incorporated.
    The avant garde band The Residents, released a cover of the song for their 2000 album Dot.Com.
    Singer and Songwriter Vanessa Carlton, released a cover of the song on her 2002 debut album Be Not Nobody.
    Sister Sin released a cover on their first album Dance of the Wicked.
    Rock band Deadsy released a cover on their 2006 album Phantasmagore.
    VersaEmerge released a cover on the compilation album Punk Goes Classic Rock.
    Band of Susans released a cover on their 1992 Now EP.
    Siobhan Magnus sang the song on American Idol during the Rolling Stones theme week as well as on the live national tour.
    Punk band Last Laugh released a cover version on their album No Regrets.
    Canadian punk rock band Gob, released a cover of the song on their 1998 album How Far Shallow Takes You.
    The Reggae rock band The Dirty Heads released a cover of the song on their web site.
    Canadian rock band, Rush, played an Instrumental cover version during the Molson Canadian Rocks for Toronto in 2003. Highlights of this benefit concert, including this cover, were later released by the Rolling Stones on the documentary, Toronto Rocks, in 2004.
    Ali Campbell covered the song on his 2010 album Great British Songs.
    British goth rockers Inkubus Sukkubus included the song on their 1997 album Vampyre Erotica.
    Canadian metal band Anvil (band) have covered this song in their 1st album, Hard 'N' Heavy.
    Anti-Nowhere League play this song in concerts.
    American deathrock group Astrovamps included a cover of the song off of the album Amerikan Gothick.
    Industrial metal band Ministry released a cover of the song on their 2010 compilation album, Everyday is Halloween: The Anthology.
    Marduk, Iron Maiden, Helloween, and U2 have all also covered the song.
    The Tea Party released a cover in 2007.
    Ottmar Liebert recorded an instrumental flamenco version in 2001.

  • Gabor Szabo - Somewhere I Belong


    #GaborSzabo#Grabosky#Downtempo# Edit

  • Gabor Szabo - Mizrab


    From the album Jazz Raga, 1966.

  • Gabor SZABO Gypsy 66


    From the album Gyspsy '66. Gabor Szabo (g), Gary McFarland (marimba), Barry Galbraith (g), Sadao Watanabe (fl), Grady Tate (ds), Sam Brown (g), Richard Davis (b), Francisco Pozo (per).

  • Lena Horne & Gabor Szabo


    Yesterday When I Was Young
    From The Album: Lena & Gabor
    Yesterday, when I was young,
    The taste of life was sweet, as rain upon my tongue,
    I teased at life, as if it were a foolish game,
    The way the evening breeze may tease a candle flame

    The thousand dreams I dreamed, the splendid things I planned,
    I always built, alas, on weak and shifting sand,
    I lived by night, and shunned the naked light of day,
    And only now, I see, how the years ran away

    Yesterday, when I was young,
    So many happy songs were waiting to be sung,
    So many wild pleasures lay in store for me,
    And so much pain, my dazzled eyes refused to see

    I ran so fast that time, and youth at last ran out,
    I never stopped to think, what life, was all about,
    And every conversation, I can now recall,
    Concerned itself with me, and nothing else at all

    Yesterday, the moon was blue,
    And every crazy day, brought something new to do,
    I used my magic age, as if it were a wand,
    And never saw the worst, and the emptiness beyond

    The game of love I played, with arrogance and pride,
    And every flame I lit, too quickly, quickly died,
    The friends I made, all seemed somehow to drift away,
    And only I am left, on stage to end the play

    There are so many songs in me, that won't be sung,
    I feel the bitter taste, of tears upon my tongue,
    The time has come for me to pay,
    For yesterday, when I was young

    ( Roy Clark sang this song at Mickey Mantle's funeral in 1995. Mickey had heard Roy sing it before and thought it depicted his life so well that he specifically asked Roy to someday sing it at his funeral )

  • Gabor Szabo - The Biz 1977 Jazz-Funk


    Album: Faces 1977

    Acoustic Guitar – Gabor Szabo
    Producer – Wayne Henderson
    Electric Piano – Bobby Lyle
    Electric Guitar – Marlon McClain
    Drums – Bruce Carter
    Bass – Nathaniel Phillips
    Tenor Saxophone – Ernie Watts
    Trombone – George Bohannon
    Percussion – Vance Tenort
    Synthesizer – Dean Gant
    Trumpet – Danny Christianson, Oscar Brashear

  • Gabor Szabo - Galateas Guitar


  • Gabor Szabo The Sorcerer, 1967. Track 01: The Beat Goes On


  • Gabor Szabo / Cheetah


  • Gabor Szabo - Mizrab


    Album: Mizrab (1972)

  • Szabó Gábor és Kovács Kati - Az eső és én 1974


    Szabó Gábor, Pege Aladár, Másik János, Kőszegi Imre, Dely István.



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