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  • Gabor Szabo - Dreams full album

    35:22

    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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  • Carlos Santana talks about Gabor Szabo

    18:29

    Carlos Santana talks about Gabor Szabo

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  • GABOR SZABO - Bacchanal LP 1968 Full Album

    33:33

    DISCO É CULTURA

    Tracklist:
    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

    Credits:

    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

  • Gábor Szabó - 1969

    35:12

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    Tracklist
    1. Dear Prudence 00:00
    2. Sealed With a Kiss 02:40
    3. Both Sides Now 05:24
    4. Walk Away Renee 08:19
    5. You Won't See Me 11:05
    6. Michael from Mountains 14:44
    7. Stormy 18:45
    8. In My Life 21:58
    9. I've Just Seen a Face 24:28
    10. Until It's Time for You to Go 29:02
    11. Somewhere I Belong 31:25

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  • Gabor Szabo Dreams 1968 full album

    35:22

    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

  • Gábor Szabó - Small World Full Album

    50:52

    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

    1:4:08

  • Gabor Szabo - Breezin

    3:45

  • Gabor Szabo - Gypsy Queen

    5:14

    From Spellbinder (1966)

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

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  • Gabor Szabo - His Great Hits Full Album

    1:19:01

  • Gabor Szabo Gets Down

    1:58

    An excerpt of Gabor Szabo performing live, with intensity and beautiful phrasing, on the tune Magical Connection.

  • Gabor Szabo - Galateas Guitar

    5:41

    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

  • Gypsy Queen

    5:14

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    Gypsy Queen · Gabor Szabo

    Spellbinder

    ℗ A Verve Label Group Release; ℗ 1966 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1966-01-01

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

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  • GABOR SZABO paint it black ROLLING STONES instrumental cover

    4:47

    album : JAZZ RAGA

    Jazz Raga, recorded in August of 1966, and released in early 1967, is Hungarian jazz guitarist Gabor Szabo's third album for Impulse!, and his most exotic and mysterious. Szabo not only played guitar on the live-to-two-track sessions, he also overdubbed sitar on nine of the album's eleven cuts. Produced by Bob Thiele and engineered by Rudy Van Gelder, it combines Szabo's singular guitar sound (equally influenced by West Coast jazz, Hungarian gypsy folk songs, and Indian music -- which he began studying as early as 1961), as he fronts a rhythm section of drummer Bernard Purdie and upright bassist Jack Gregg on nearly half of the album with an expanded lineup that also included electric bassist Bob Bushnell on the rest.

  • Gabor Szabo and band

    3:55

    Another great performance by Gábor Szabó and his band.

  • Gabor Szabo: Belsta River Full album

    39:56

    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)

    Credits:
    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 guitar solo

    1:52

    Beautiful acoustic guitar solo by Gábor Szabó.

  • Gabor Szabo - Killing Me Softly - in the Hotel Hilton, Budapest 1978

    4:47

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    In 1961, Szabó became member of a quintet that was led by #ChicoHamilton​ and included #CharlesLloyd​, playing what has been described as #chamberjazz​, with a moderate avant-gardism. Szabó was influenced by the rock music of the 1960s, particularly the use of #feedback​. In 1965 he was in a jazz pop group led by #GaryMcFarland​, then worked again with Lloyd in an energetic quartet with #RonCarter​ and #TonyWilliams​. The song Gypsy Queen from Szabó's debut solo album Spellbinder became a hit for rock guitarist #CarlosSantana​. During the late 1960s, Szabó worked in a group with guitarist #JimmyStewart​. He started the label #SkyeRecords​ with McFarland and #CalTjader​. Szabó continued to be drawn to more popular, commercial music in the 1970s. He performed often in #California​, combining elements of #Gypsy​ and Indian music with jazz. He returned often to his home country of Hungary to perform, and it was there that he died just short of his 46th birthday.

    SZABÓ GÁBOR, guitar
    BABOS GYULA, guitar
    BONTOVICS KATI, vocals
    DANDÓ PÉTER, bass guitar
    DÉS LÁSZLÓló, tenor saxophone
    GARAI ATTILA, piano
    LERCH ISTVÁN, keyboards
    SZEGI IMRE, drums, percussion
    MÁSIK JÁNOS, Fender piano
    SIPOS ENDRE, bass guitar
    SOLTI JÁNOS, drums, percussion

    #GaborSzabo​ #guitar​ #jazz​ #jazzanews​ #solo

  • Gabor Szabo - Some Velvet Morning

    5:24

    Bacchanal, 1968

  • Gabor Szabo - Concorde - in the Hotel Hilton, Budapest 1978

    10:58

    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

    In 1961, Szabó became member of a quintet that was led by #ChicoHamilton​ and included #CharlesLloyd​, playing what has been described as #chamberjazz​, with a moderate avant-gardism. Szabó was influenced by the rock music of the 1960s, particularly the use of #feedback​. In 1965 he was in a jazz pop group led by #GaryMcFarland​, then worked again with Lloyd in an energetic quartet with #RonCarter​ and #TonyWilliams​. The song Gypsy Queen from Szabó's debut solo album Spellbinder became a hit for rock guitarist #CarlosSantana​. During the late 1960s, Szabó worked in a group with guitarist #JimmyStewart​. He started the label #SkyeRecords​ with McFarland and #CalTjader​. Szabó continued to be drawn to more popular, commercial music in the 1970s. He performed often in #California​, combining elements of #Gypsy​ and Indian music with jazz. He returned often to his home country of Hungary to perform, and it was there that he died just short of his 46th birthday.

    SZABÓ GÁBOR, guitar
    BABOS GYULA, guitar
    BONTOVICS KATI, vocals
    DANDÓ PÉTER, bass guitar
    DÉS LÁSZLÓló, tenor saxophone
    GARAI ATTILA, piano
    LERCH ISTVÁN, keyboards
    SZEGI IMRE, drums, percussion
    MÁSIK JÁNOS, Fender piano
    SIPOS ENDRE, bass guitar
    SOLTI JÁNOS, drums, percussion

    #GaborSzabo​ #guitar​ #jazz​ #jazzanews​ #solo

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  • Gabor Szabo - Breezin 1971

    3:14

    Credits
    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,

  • Rambler

    5:27

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    Rambler · Gabor Szabo

    Rambler

    ℗ 1974 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

    Released on: 1973-09-01

    Bass, Composer, Lyricist: Wolfgang Melz
    Piano: Mike Wofford
    Keyboards: Bob James
    Drums: Bobby Morin
    Producer: Creed Taylor
    Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder

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  • Gabor Szabo- Space

    6:43

    Gabor Szabo
    Space

    From Sorcerer

  • Gabor Szabo - Spellbinder

    5:31

    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.

  • Gabor Szabo - Budapest 1978

    45:25

    00:00 intro titles
    00:30 Concorde (Nightflight)
    11:16 Magic Mystic Faces
    20:08 Django parts 1 and 2/Stormy
    30:16 Killing Me Softly
    34:58 The Last Song
    40:37 The Biz

    Hotel Hilton, Budapest xx-01-1978

    Gabor Szabo / guitar
    Gyula Babos / guitar
    Istvan Lerch / keyboards
    Attila Garai / piano
    Janos Masik / piano
    Kati Bontovics / vocals
    Endre Sipos / bass
    Peter Dando / bass
    Imre Koszegi / drums
    Janos Solti / drums

    This is strictly for non-profit and educational purposes and to promote the artist(s) concerned. This is an act of fair usage as described by the Copyright Offices, therefore, a dispute should not occur over this video. No copyright intended. All rights belong to the original owners and content creators of this material and i understand the copyright holders have the right to run adverts on this video.
    FAIR USE:
    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use.

  • Gabor Szabo - Comin Back

    1:58

    From the album Jazz Raga

  • San Franciscan Nights

    3:24

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    San Franciscan Nights · Gabor Szabo · The California Dreamers

    Wind, Sky And Diamonds

    ℗ A Verve Label Group Release; ℗ 1967 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1967-09-14

    Producer: Bob Thiele
    Composer Lyricist: Eric Burdon
    Composer Lyricist: Victor Harvey Briggs
    Composer Lyricist: Johnnie Weider
    Composer Lyricist: Barry Ernest Jenkins
    Composer Lyricist: Daniel Joseph McCulloch

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  • Stormy Cover

    3:26

    i knew i could nail that organ tone, thanks alina for sending this tune, more mainstream stuff coming soon too ????

  • Gabors szabo - fire dance

    5:48

    Label: Skye records
    album: dream (1968)
    here, Gabor Szabo ambitiously pairs his outstanding quintet (featuring Jimmy Stewart) with Gary McFarland's subtle string and horn arrangements in a collection of originals, pop covers and classical reinterpretations. The result is a sort of accessible third-stream music. Szabo has many fine moments -- and provides nice spaces for the beautiful guitar solos of Jimmy Stewart.

  • Lena Horne & Gabor Szabo My Mood Is You

    8:50

    Watch What Happens

  • Gabor Szabo - The Divided City

    3:20

    from Bacchanal (1999), DCC.
    Originally recorded February 9, 1968 at Western Recording, Los Angeles and released on Skye Records

    Gabor Szabo - guitar ;
    Jim Stewart - guitar ;
    Hal Gordon - percussion ;
    Jimmy Keltner - drums ;
    Louis Kabok - bass.

    Written by Gabor Szabo.

  • Gabor Szabo - Summertime

    2:28

    Gabor Szabo Summertime

  • The Fortune Teller

    4:30

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    The Fortune Teller · Gabor Szabo

    Dreams

    ℗ 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

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  • Gabor Szabo Until its Time for You to Go

    2:38

    Gabor Szabo (guitar) plays Until It's Time for You to Go by Buffy St. Marie. From Gabor Szabo 1969

  • Gabor Szabo - Stormy

    3:19

    -from the album 1969
    -some people were asking wether Kanye sampled Dennis Yost for the John Legend save room beat, while i beleive it was actually this version which was sampled

  • GABOR SZABO - Love theme from Spartacus

    3:20

  • Somewhere I Belong

    3:52

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    Somewhere I Belong · Gabor Szabo

    1969

    ℗ 1969 © Skye Records™ a division of 43 North Broadway, LLC. WARNING/ All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

    Released on: 1998-01-01

    Music Publisher: Arvee Music

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  • Gabor Szabo - Keep Smilin

    7:37

    Slayd5000 presents... Gabor Szabo - Keep Smilin'
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    More to come.

  • In My Life

    2:35

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    In My Life · Gabor Szabo

    1969

    ℗ 1969 © Skye Records™ a division of 43 North Broadway, LLC. WARNING/ All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

    Released on: 1998-01-01

    Music Publisher: Arvee Music

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  • Gábor Szabó - Fingers

    7:41

    I do not own this music. Copyright their respective owners.

  • Gabor Szabo - Gypsy Queen

    5:15

    Gábor István Szabó was a Hungarian American guitarist whose style incorporated jazz, pop, rock, and Hungarian music.

  • Michael from Mountains

    4:04

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    Michael from Mountains · Gabor Szabo

    1969

    ℗ 1969 © Skye Records™ a division of 43 North Broadway, LLC. WARNING/ All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

    Released on: 1998-01-01

    Music Publisher: Arvee Music

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  • The Divided City

    3:20

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    The Divided City · Gabor Szabo · Jim Stewart · Hal Gordon · Jimmy Keltner · Louis Kabok

    Bacchanal

    ℗ 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

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  • Gabor Szabo - People/My Kind Of People

    8:55

    Track 1 From: Small World 1972

  • GABOR SZABO - Poetry man

    4:36

    This is an aural museum curating music from the golden age of the mankind: The 70's. If the copyright owners of the music displayed here feel abused, please, contact me and I will take it down. No infringement intended. I put lots of hard work and resources to keep this channel alive, always supporting the artists and honouring their work. Sharing is caring.

  • Magic Mystic Faces

    5:23

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    Magic Mystic Faces · Gabor Szabo

    Faces

    ℗ A Verve Label Group Release; ℗ 1977 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1977-01-01

    Producer: Wayne Henderson
    Associated Performer, Acoustic Guitar: Gabor Szabo
    Associated Performer, Piano: Bobby Lyle
    Associated Performer, Electric Guitar: Marlon McClain
    Associated Performer, Drums: Bruce Carter
    Associated Performer, Acoustic Guitar: James Stewart
    Composer Lyricist: Gabor Szabo
    Composer Lyricist: Sylvia St. James

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  • Gabor Szabo - Bang Bang

    2:30

    An amazing performance. My blog...

  • Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

    9:43

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    Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (Live At The Monterey Jazz Festival/1967) · Gabor Szabo

    More Sorcery

    ℗ A Verve Label Group Release; ℗ 1967 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1967-09-03

    Producer: Bob Thiele
    Composer Lyricist: John Lennon
    Composer Lyricist: Paul McCartney

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  • Gabor Szabo_Macho 1975

    37:16

    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

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    Gabor Szabo
    Real Name: Gábor Szabó

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    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)

  • Mizrab

    6:59

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    Mizrab (Live At The Jazz Workshop, Boston/1967) · Gabor Szabo

    The Sorcerer

    ℗ A Verve Label Group Release; ℗ 1967 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1967-08-24

    Producer: Bob Thiele
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Reice Hamel
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Gabor Szabo
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Jimmy Stewart
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Louis Kabok
    Associated Performer, Drums: Marty Morell
    Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion: Hal Gordon
    Composer: Gabor Szabo

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