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Playlist of Joe Zawinul

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  • Joe Zawinul - Weather Update

    59:21

    Tracks
    1. The Harvest
    2. Dr. Honoris Causa
    3. Update
    4. Consequently
    5. Face The Fire
    6. This Is This
    7. Badia / Boogie Woogie Waltz

    Personnell:
    Joe Zawinul - synthesizers & vocoder
    Steve Khan - guitar
    Victor Bailey - bass
    Robert Thomas Jr. - percussion
    Peter Erskine - drums

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  • Joe Zawinul & Trilok Gurtu 25 Festival Jazz Frankfurt 1994

    1:2:00

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  • Joe Zawinul Syndicate Jazz Open Stuttgart 1997

    1:11:27

  • Joe Zawinul - Full Concert - 08/16/97 - Newport Jazz Festival

    1:1:35

    Joe Zawinul - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 8/16/1997 - Newport Jazz Festival (Newport, RI)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Patriots
    0:11:21 - Want Some Tea, Grandpa?
    0:25:02 - Drums & Percussion Jam/Bimoya
    0:33:47 - Zansa II/Carnavalito

    Personnel:
    Joe Zawinul -- keyboards, vocals
    Victor Bailey - bass
    Gary Poulson - guitar
    Manolo Badrena - percussion, vocals
    Paco Sery - drums

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  • Indiscretions

    12:10

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Indiscretions · Joe Zawinul · The Zawinul Syndicate

    World Tour

    ℗ 1998 ESC Records

    Released on: 1998-06-30

    Music Publisher: Mulatto Music BMI

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Weather Report - Birdland

    7:26

    This is from the Stadthalle Offenbach Concert that took place 1978.

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  • Zawinul Syndicate - Patriots

    9:03

    Joe and his friends play Patriots at the North Sea Jazz festival. 1997.

  • Joe Zawinul - Requiem for Karajan

    8:51

    From the Salzburger Festspiele 1989
    Joe Zawinul - Synthesizers

    Joe Zawinul - Requiem for Karajan

    Watch the full legendary concert with Herbie Hancock, Joe Zawinul and Friedrich Gulda:

    Joe Zawinul's rack of synthesizers in this concert:
    Sequential Circuits T8, Korg 707, Korg Pepe (breath control synthesizer), Korg M1, Korg DW 6000...
    Help us to find out the other synthesizers!

  • Zawinul Syndicate 75th Lugano 2007 - Orient Express -

    10:06

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  • Joe Zawinul Syndicate & Maria Joao???? Jazzaldia 2001

    1:08

    ???????????? VHS recorded

    Joe Zawinul Syndicate & Maria Joao

    Joe Zawinul, keyboards;
    Maria Joao, voice;
    Etienne M'Bappe, electric bass;
    Amit Chatterjee, electric guitar;
    Manolo Badrena, percussion;
    Nathaniel Twonsley, drums;

    Jazzaldia - San Sebastián 2001




    #JoeZawinul #Syndicate #MariaJoao #Jazzaldia #jazzfusion #solo #keyboards #Korg

  • Cannonball Adderley Quintet feat. Joe Zawinul

    23:08

    Experience in E, Morning of the Carnival, Work Song og Walk Tall.
    Cannonball Adderely (sax), Joe Zawinul (Piano), Nat Adderley (cornet), Victor Gaskin (bass), Roy McCurdy (drums).
    From Centralteatret, Oslo, 1969.

  • Joe Zawinul and John McLaughlin - In a silent way

    8:24

    1992 live in Austria at the Donaufestival Wellenlängen in Niederösterreich.

  • The Zawinul Syndicate 1997: MY PEOPLE - full concert

    49:04

    Joe Zawinul - Richard Bona - Manolo Padrena - Paco Séry - Gary Poulson - Jazzfestival à Vienne 1997 - from the archives of Andreas Lüscher, Mexico
    ...more Videos here at DRUMMERWORLD:

  • Joe Zawinul Syndicate /w John McLaughlin

    4:56

    Live Umbria
    Joe (k)
    John (g)
    Paco Séry (d)
    Arto Tunçboyacıan (perc)
    Matthew Garrison (b)
    Fareed Haque (g)

  • joe zawinul - my people live in jazz festiwal hamburg 1996

    1:15:02

    joe zawinul - my people live in jazz festiwal hamburg 1996

  • The Zawinul Syndicate - King Hip, Live In Pori Jazz 1988.avi

    9:58

    The Zawinul Syndicate


    Members:

    Fiddmont, Lynne, voc
    Henderson, Scott, g
    Zawinul, Joe, keys
    Veasley, Gerald, b
    Rochester, Cornell, dr
    Jackson, Darryl Munyungo, perc

  • Joe Zawinul Orient Express

    7:54

  • Zawinul Syndicate - Zansa

    10:55

    Zawinul Syndicate at the North Sea Jazz festival. 1997.

  • Joe Zawinul and Syndicate - Live in Concert

    1:6:20

    Joe Zawinul - synthesiser
    Carl Anderson - vocal
    Gerald Veasley - bass
    Scott Henderson - guitar
    Cornell Rochester - drums
    Leata Galloway - vocal
    Bill Summers - percussion

    0:04 March Of The Lost Children
    10:00 Medicine Man
    26:27 Black Water
    31:50 Solitude (Duke Ellington)
    36:17 Shadow And Light
    42:49 Improvisation
    47:00 Little Rootie Tootie (Thelonius Monk)
    56:36 Carnavalito

    Joe Zawinul (July 7, 1932 – September 11, 2007) was an Austrian jazz keyboardist and composer. First coming to prominence with saxophonist Cannonball Adderley, Zawinul went on to play with Miles Davis, and to become one of the creators of jazz fusion, an innovative musical genre that combined jazz with elements of rock and world music. Later, Zawinul co-founded the groups Weather Report and the world fusion music-oriented Zawinul Syndicate. Additionally, he made pioneering use of electric piano and synthesizers. Zawinul was named Best Electric Keyboardist 28 times by the readers of Down Beat magazine.
    A number of prominent musical artists have honored Zawinul with compositions, including Brian Eno's instrumental Zawinul/Lava, John McLaughlin's instrumental Jozy [...]. Zawinul's playing style was often dominated by quirky melodic improvisations – traversing bebop, ethnic and pop styles – combined with sparse but rhythmic playing of big-band sounding chords or bass lines. In Weather Report, he often employed a vocoder as well as pre-recorded sounds played (i.e. filtered and transposed) through a synthesizer, a method or technique called sampling, creating a very distinctive synthesis of jazz harmonies and noise [...] Classically trained at the Konservatorium Wien, Zawinul played in various broadcasting and studio bands before emigrating to the U.S. in 1959 on a music scholarship at Berklee School of Music in Boston. [...] In 1961, Zawinul joined the Quintet led by saxophonist Cannonball Adderley. [...] In the late 1960s, Zawinul recorded with Miles Davis's studio band and helped create the sound of jazz fusion. He played on the album In a Silent Way, the title track, which he composed, and the landmark album Bitches Brew, for which he contributed the twenty-minute track, Pharaoh's Dance, which occupied the whole of side one. [...]
    Zawinul, along with other Davis sidemen Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock, was one of the first to use electric pianos and early synthesizers like the ARP 2600 in 1973's Sweetnighter. He was also among the first to use an electric piano, the Wurlitzer. He used the Fender-Rhodes thereafter, adding a wah-wah pedal and later the Mutron effect unit for a complex phased timbre. [...]
    In 1970, Zawinul co-founded Weather Report with saxophonist and Davis alumnus Wayne Shorter (and later joined by Jaco Pastorius). [...] With their 4th album, Mysterious Traveller, the musical forms were now through-composed similar to classical music, and the combination of jazz harmonies with 1970s groove elements helped launch the band into its most commercially successful period. The band's biggest commercial success came from his composition Birdland, a 6-minute opus featured on Weather Report's 1977 album Heavy Weather, which peaked at number 30 on the Billboard pop albums chart. Birdland is one of the most recognizable jazz pieces of the 1970s, covered by many prominent artists from The Manhattan Transfer and Quincy Jones to Maynard Ferguson, the Buddy Rich Big Band, and Jefferson Starship. [...] The song won him three Grammys. Weather Report was active until the mid-1980s, with Zawinul and Shorter remaining the sole constant members through multiple personnel shifts. The group was notable for helping bring to prominence not only pioneering fretless electric bassist Jaco Pastorius, but also other musicians, such as Alphonso Johnson and Peter Erskine. Shorter and Zawinul had already gone separate ways, after the recording of their final Sportin' Life, when it was discovered that they had to do one more album in order to fulfill their contract with CBS records. This Is This! therefore became the band's final album. Shorter participated despite being busy leading his own group, and Peter Erskine was also brought in again for this record, and played on most of the compositions. Victor Bailey played electric bass and guitarist Carlos Santana appeared as a guest artist on the album. [...] Zawinul became ill and was hospitalized in his native Vienna in August 2007, after concluding a five-week European tour. He died a little over a month later from a rare form of skin cancer (Merkel cell carcinoma) one month later.

  • Richard Bona bass w/ Joe Zawinul live 1996

    8:27

    Joe Zawinul promoting his solo album 'My People' at the Hamburg Jazz Festival, 1996. Richard Bona (bass), Amit Chatterjee (guitar), Mokhtar Samba (drums) and Abdou Mboup (percussion).

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  • The Zawinul Syndicate, Black Water 1989

    39:53

    Artist: The Zawinul Syndicate
    Album: Black Water
    Release year: 1989
    Genre: Afro-Cuban Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Latin Jazz, World Music
    Country: USA

    Composition:
    - Joe Zawinul - Accordion, Keyboards, Producer, Korg Synthesizer, Mixing
    - Scott Henderson - Guitar (Electric), Slide Guitar
    - Gerald Veasley - Bass, Narrator
    - Lynne Fiddmont - Percussion, Vocals
    - Joe Gastwirt - Preparation
    - Munyungo Jackson - Percussion
    - Cornell Rochester - Drums
    - David Mitson - Preparation
    - Carl Anderson - Vocals
    - Kevin Dorsey - Vocals
    - Dorian Holley - Vocals
    - Dorian Holly - Vocals
    - Fred White - Vocals

  • Joe Zawinul & The WDR Big Band..mp4

    11:31

    Leverkuserne JazzTage 2002.


    Joe Zawinul & The WDR Big Band performing: Db Waltz.

    Featuring: Alex Acuna - percussion, Victor Bailey - bass and Peter Erskine - drums.

  • The Zawinul Syndicate - Badia/BW Waltz - Lugano - 2007.07.07

    9:59

    Joe Zawinul and friends celebrating his 75th birthday live on stage in Lugano, Switzerland.

    Allegre Correa (guitar) Linley Marthe (bass) Jorge Bezerra (percussion/voice) Paco Sery (drums) Aziz Sahmaoui (percussion/voice) Sabine Kabongo (vocal) Joe Zawinul (keyboard & vocal)

  • Madagascar

    10:01

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Madagascar (Live) · Joe Zawinul

    75

    ℗ 2009 BirdJAM., Under exclusive license to Heads Up International, a division of Concord Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 2008-09-24

    Producer: Joachim Becker
    Composer Lyricist: Joe Zawinul

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Joe Zawinul Syndicate in Pori Jazz 1988

    39:54

    Joe Zawinul Syndicate's concert in Pori Jazz festival in Finland. 16th July 1988

    Line up:
    Joe Zawinul, Keyboards
    Gerald Veasley, Bass
    Scott Henderson, Guitar
    Cornell Rochester, Drums
    Darryl Munyungo Jackson, Percussions
    Lynne Fiddmont, Vocal

  • Joe Zawinul,Trilok Gurtu Orient Express Part 2

    9:16

    Joe Zawinul,Trilok Gurtu Orient Express Live Frankfurt

  • full album /-B1

    32:07

    Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, US - Year unknown
    Atlantic — SD 1579
    1080p - 60fps

    00:00 - - - A1 — Doctor Honoris Causa . . . (13.47/misprint 14.47)
    13:53 - - - A2 — In A Silent Way . . . (4.47)
    18:41 - - - End Side a)
    ***************************************************************************
    xx:xx - - - B1 — His Last Journey . . . (4.37)
    Track removed from the Selection due to Copyright Issues:
    excuse me! I'm really sorry for that!!
    Path to the track on this channel:
    (Joe) Zawinul - His Last Journey (Zawinul, 1971) vinyl album:

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    19:12 - - - B2 — Double Image . . . (10.37)
    29:43 - - - B3 — Arrival In New York . . . (1.59)
    31:40 - - - End Side b)

    All the Selections are written by Joe Zawinul.

    Music for two electric pianos, flute, trumpet, soprano saxophone, two contrabasses and percussion.

    Joe Zawinul & Herbie Hancock: electric pianos
    George Davis - flute
    Woody Shaw - trumpet
    Earl Turbinton - soprano sax
    Miroslav Vitous & Walter Booker - basses
    Joe Chambers, Billy Hart & David Lee - percussion

    Jimmy Owens replaces Woody Shaw on “His Last Journey”.
    Hubert Laws replaces George Davis and Wayne Shorter replaces Earl Turbinton on “Double image”.
    Jack DeJohnette plays melodica on “His Last Journey” and percussion on “Double image”.

    Recorded at Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, N.Y.
    Recording engineers: Lewis Hahn & Gene Paul
    Re-mix engineer: Lewis Hahn
    Cover photo & design: Ed Freeman
    Coordinatore: Dick Cutler

    Liner Notes - Miles Davis

    Produced by Joel Dorn

    Track Notes:
    A1: Dedicated to Herbie Hancock for his Honorary Doctorate at Grinnell University in Des Moines, Iowa.
    A2: Impressions of Joe Zawinul's as a shepherd boy in Austria.
    B1: A tone poem reminiscent of his grandfather's funeral on a cold winter day in an Austrian mountain village.
    B2: A concept of what man thinks he is as opposed to what he really is.
    B3: Joe Zawinul's first impression of New York when he arrived here as a boy on a ship from France.

    © 1971 Atlantic Recording Company

    Printed in U.S.A.

    Photos CC:
    Joe Zawinul (famous jazz musician) live with his The Zawinul Syndicate in Freiburg i. Br., Germany, at Jazzhaus - March 28, 2007:
    By myself - Own work, CC BY 2.5,


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  • Joe Zawinul - Piano Solo

    4:18

  • Joe Zawinul in rehearsal 1985 - Raw Footage

    1:28:46

    Joe Zawinul-recorded summer 1985; raw tape-no edits. In the summer of 1985, I was working at a television network as a photographer/editor. For one segment of a multi-part series on jazz music, I was fortunate to spend a day with Joe Zawinul, shooting his rehearsal and interviewing him about his long career. I saved some of the tape and decided to post it for his fan's enjoyment. Unfortunately, the tape of his main interview is lost. But what remains is interesting. Joe Zawinul was and remains a master musician. He was also a very nice guy. After the shoot was finished, his wife served us all some gumbo and Joe brought out a bottle of Slivovitz, which we finished. After that, the real stories began! What a great day that was!
    The edited version of this piece is here:

  • Joe Zawinul: Solo Keyboard

    56:54

    From the Munich Piano Summer in 1985
    Joe Zawinul - Solo Keyboard and Synthesizer Performance

    0:12 Improvisation I
    14:55 Improvisation II
    29:18 Improvisation III
    43:00 Improvisation IV

    Zawinul's live set-up in this concert:
    - on his right from the top: Oberheim Xpander, Rhodes Chroma Expander, analog ARP sequencer
    - in the centre from the top: Chroma Polaris, Prophet T-8, on the left two small Korg rhythm machines (DDM 110, 220)
    - on his left from the top: Korg DW 6000, Prophet 5, Oberheim DMX drum machine, Linn LM-1 drum machine, Korg Vocoder
    At the back stage there is also a Korg DSS - 1 midi connected with Korg DW and Polaris

    Joe Zawinul (July 7, 1932 – September 11, 2007) was an Austrian jazz keyboardist and composer. First coming to prominence with saxophonist Cannonball Adderley, Zawinul went on to play with Miles Davis, and to become one of the creators of jazz fusion, an innovative musical genre that combined jazz with elements of rock and world music. Later, Zawinul co-founded the groups Weather Report and the world fusion music-oriented Zawinul Syndicate. Additionally, he made pioneering use of electric piano and synthesizers. Zawinul was named Best Electric Keyboardist 28 times by the readers of Down Beat magazine.
    A number of prominent musical artists have honored Zawinul with compositions, including Brian Eno's instrumental Zawinul/Lava, John McLaughlin's instrumental Jozy [...]. Zawinul's playing style was often dominated by quirky melodic improvisations – traversing bebop, ethnic and pop styles – combined with sparse but rhythmic playing of big-band sounding chords or bass lines. In Weather Report, he often employed a vocoder as well as pre-recorded sounds played (i.e. filtered and transposed) through a synthesizer, a method or technique called sampling, creating a very distinctive synthesis of jazz harmonies and noise [...] Classically trained at the Konservatorium Wien, Zawinul played in various broadcasting and studio bands before emigrating to the U.S. in 1959 on a music scholarship at Berklee School of Music in Boston. [...] In 1961, Zawinul joined the Quintet led by saxophonist Cannonball Adderley. [...] In the late 1960s, Zawinul recorded with Miles Davis's studio band and helped create the sound of jazz fusion. He played on the album In a Silent Way, the title track, which he composed, and the landmark album Bitches Brew, for which he contributed the twenty-minute track, Pharaoh's Dance, which occupied the whole of side one. [...]
    Zawinul, along with other Davis sidemen Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock, was one of the first to use electric pianos and early synthesizers like the ARP 2600 in 1973's Sweetnighter. He was also among the first to use an electric piano, the Wurlitzer. He used the Fender-Rhodes thereafter, adding a wah-wah pedal and later the Mutron effect unit for a complex phased timbre. [...]
    In 1970, Zawinul co-founded Weather Report with saxophonist and Davis alumnus Wayne Shorter (and later joined by Jaco Pastorius). [...] With their 4th album, Mysterious Traveller, the musical forms were now through-composed similar to classical music, and the combination of jazz harmonies with 1970s groove elements helped launch the band into its most commercially successful period. The band's biggest commercial success came from his composition Birdland, a 6-minute opus featured on Weather Report's 1977 album Heavy Weather, which peaked at number 30 on the Billboard pop albums chart. Birdland is one of the most recognizable jazz pieces of the 1970s, covered by many prominent artists from The Manhattan Transfer and Quincy Jones to Maynard Ferguson, the Buddy Rich Big Band, and Jefferson Starship. [...] The song won him three Grammys. Weather Report was active until the mid-1980s, with Zawinul and Shorter remaining the sole constant members through multiple personnel shifts. The group was notable for helping bring to prominence not only pioneering fretless electric bassist Jaco Pastorius, but also other musicians, such as Alphonso Johnson and Peter Erskine. Shorter and Zawinul had already gone separate ways, after the recording of their final Sportin' Life, when it was discovered that they had to do one more album in order to fulfill their contract with CBS records. This Is This! therefore became the band's final album. Shorter participated despite being busy leading his own group, and Peter Erskine was also brought in again for this record, and played on most of the compositions. Victor Bailey played electric bass and guitarist Carlos Santana appeared as a guest artist on the album. [...] Zawinul became ill and was hospitalized in his native Vienna in August 2007, after concluding a five-week European tour. He died a little over a month later from a rare form of skin cancer (Merkel cell carcinoma) one month later.

  • Joe Zawinul - Erdäpfee Blues

    4:57

    austrian jazz legend's potatoe blues

  • Joe Zawinul and Weather Update

    59:21

    From the Munich Piano Summer in 1986
    Weather Update
    Joe Zawinul - keyboards and synthesizer vocals
    Steve Khan - guitar
    Victor Bailey - bass
    Bobby Thomas Junior - percussion
    Peter Erskine - percussion

    0:00 The Harvest
    12:09 Dr. Honoris Causa
    23:56 Update
    31:00 Consequently
    47:40 Face The Fire
    This Is This
    Badia/Boogie Woogie Waltz

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    Zawinul's live set-up in this concert:
    - on his right from the top: Oberheim Xpander, Rhodes Chroma Expander, analog ARP sequencer
    - in the centre from the top: Chroma Polaris, Prophet T-8, on the left two small Korg rhythm machines (DDM 110, 220)
    - on his left from the top: Korg DW 6000, Prophet 5, Oberheim DMX drum machine, Linn LM-1 drum machine, Korg Vocoder
    At the back stage there is also a Korg DSS - 1 midi connected with Korg DW and Polaris

  • Joe Zawinul - In A Silent Way

    4:50

    From the album Zawinul (Atlantic / 1971)


    Conceptually, sonically, this is really the first Weather Report album in all but name, confirming that Joe Zawinul was the primary creative engine behind the group from the beginning. It is also the link between WR and Miles Davis' keyboard-laden experiments on In a Silent Way; indeed, the tune In a Silent Way is redone in the more complex form in which Zawinul envisioned it, and Miles even contributes a brief, generous tribute to Zawinul on the liner. Two keyboardists -- Zawinul and the formidable Herbie Hancock -- form the underpinning of this stately, probing album, garnishing their work with the galactic sound effects of the Echoplex and ring modulator. Earl Turbinton provides the Wayne Shorter-like beams of light on the soprano sax, spelled by Wayne himself on Double Image. The third founder of WR, Miroslav Vitous, checks in on bass, and hard-bopping trumpeter Woody Shaw proves to be perfectly adept at the jazz-rock game. Two short-lived standards of the jazz-rock era, the aforementioned Double Image and Doctor Honoris Causa, are introduced here, yet it is mood pieces like His Last Journey and Arrival in New York that with the help of tape-speed manipulation, establish the lasting, murky, reflective ambience of this CD

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  • Miles Davis - Befriending Joe Zawinul

    1:53

    Music video by Miles Davis performing Befriending Joe Zawinul. (C) 2001 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

  • Joe Zawinul & Herbie Hancock - Toys

    3:42

    From the Salzburger Festspiele 1989
    Herbie Hancock & Joe Zawinul - piano

    Joe Zawinul & Herbie Hancock - Toys

    Watch the full legendary concert with Herbie Hancock, Joe Zawinul and Friedrich Gulda:

  • Joe Zawinul -- Mercy, Mercy, Mercy.

    2:44

  • Joe Zawinul talking about the lost of Jaco Pastorius

    55

    Last interview from Joe Zawinul talking about the loss of Jaco Pastorius.
    (Sample from the documentary Dr Jaco and Mister Hands still in post-production.

  • Josef Zawinul - Birdland

    3:03

    Jazz piece composed by Josef Zawinul, arranged by Michael Sweeney

  • Peace by Joe Zawinul

    6:51

  • Joe Zawinul: A Musical Portrait | BBC Four Documentary

    59:40

    Profile of the late Joe Zawinul, one of the jazz world's most exciting and creative keyboard players and composers. He was a major influence on Miles Davis, for whom he wrote In a Silent Way, and co-founded the internationally feted fusion band Weather Report with Wayne Shorter. This portrait features live music from the Joe Zawinul Syndicate and conversations filmed at his home in Malibu and in Vienna where he was born.

  • Joe Zawinul - Introduction To A Mighty Theme & Waraya - My People

    7:56

  • Joe Zawinul - Two Lines

    4:45

    Montreux '98

  • Joe Zawinul Jazz entre amigos 1986 Spanish TV

    2:3:17

  • Ben Webster & Joe Zawinul - Soulmates

    42:04

    For More Jazz / Blues / Rock / Soul / Greek Music,
    check my channel
    I do not own copyright of the songs.
    Copyright belongs to artists and company.

    Vinyl Rip From The Original LP (1963)

    1.TOO LATE NOW [0:00]
    2.SOULMATES [6:23]
    3.COME SUNDAY [12:54]
    4.THE GOVERNOR [18:03]
    5.FROG LEGS [21:19]
    6.TRAV'LIN' LIGHT [26:46]
    7.LIKE SOMEONE IN LOVE [32:55]
    8.EVOL DEKLAW NI [36:43]

    BEN WEBSTER : tenor sax
    JOE ZAWINUL : piano
    THAD JONES : cornet
    SAM JONES : bass
    RICHARD DAVIS : bass
    PHILLY JOE JONES : drums

  • Jazz - Mercy Mercy Mercy by Joe Zawinul in 1966

    5:32

    Jazz - Mercy Mercy Mercy by Joe Zawinul in 1966

    An instrumental arrangement based on a recorded midi sequence by George Tassara. fgertrude@aol.com Mod. Alisdair MacRae Birch akmbirch@aol.com

    Notes: Mercy, Mercy, Mercy is a song written by Joe Zawinul in 1966 for Julian Cannonball Adderley and his album Mercy, Mercy, Mercy! Live at 'The Club'. The song is the title track of the album and became a surprise hit, reaching #11 on the Billboard charts in Feb. 1967. The song has been re-recorded numerous times, most notably by The Buckinghams who reached # 5 in August 1967, adding lyrics to the tune. It was also recorded by the Mauds in 1967, with lyrics by Curtis Mayfield. It has now become a jazz standard performed by both beginner and advanced jazz musicians.
    The theme of the song on the original recording is performed by Joe Zawinul himself playing it on a Wurlitzer electric piano previously used by Ray Charles.

    Source.....WIKIPEDIA

    Notes: A very cool and laid back piece.

    HARDWARE/SOFTWARE:
    Audio Technica - ATH-M50S
    Audio App: Ableton Live 8 Suite V8.3
    Control Surface: Maudio Axiom 49 Gen 2
    Pad: Alesis Control Pad
    Audio Interface: Focusrite Saffire 6 USB
    Sweet Midi Player V2.5.5
    NCH Wavepad Sound Editor V4.28
    Notation Player V2.6.3
    MixMeister BPM Analyser
    GNMIDDMT T0 to T1/T2 Converter
    JASC Paint Shop Pro 9
    MS Movie Maker V6.0

    CODE -----DESCRIPTION
    AE-----AUDIO EFFECT
    AF-----AUTOFILTER
    AMP---AMPLIFIER
    AP-----AUTOPAN
    AR-----ARPEGGIATOR
    CB------CABINET
    CH-----CHORUS EFFECT
    CN-----CENTER
    CR-----COMPRESSOR
    DL XX-----DELAY IN MS
    DR-----DRUM RACK
    DT XX-----DETUNE XX IN CNTS
    ER-----EFFECTS RACK
    ERO---EROSION
    EQ X-----EQUALIZATION X
    FD------FILTER DELAY
    FG-----FLANGER
    FL-----FULL LEFT
    FR-----FULL RIGHT
    FS-----FREQ SHIFTER
    IR-----INSTRUMENT RACK
    LM-----LIMITER
    MD----MULTIBAND DYNAMICS
    ME-----MIDI EFFECT
    ML-----MID LEFT
    MR-----MID RIGHT
    OD-----OVERDRIVE
    PB------PITCH BEND
    PH------PHASER
    PP------PING PONG
    RV-----REVERB
    SA------SPECTRUM ANALYSER
    UT------UTILITY
    VST-----INSTRUMENT PLUGIN
    XF------CROSS FADER

    Tracks:
    1. Electric Piano 1 - IR Keys Aspirations AP PP RV UT
    2. Electric Piano 2 - IR Keys 4 AM AP PP RV UT
    3. Acoustic Grand Piano - Keys String Piano AP AP UT
    4. Vibe - Keys Old School MK II - FG UT
    5. Acoustic Bass - Bass 80s String EQ8 UT
    6. Drums - Kit - BritishVintageLite(Funky)
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    Sends/Returns:
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    Master Track: UT EQ8 CR LM





    Starting BPM: 086 +/- 20

    Copyrights, Attributions, and other stuff:

    Photo or Image source:

    Midi composition source:

    Sequencer or Performer: George Tassara

    Other comments:

    Tempo and Master volume automation.
    Utility, EQ, Compressor and Limiter in master track.
    Audio file is uncompressed wav file, sample rate 44100, Bit Depth 24.

    Best if you listen to the audio with a good set of headphones.

    Your comments on technique, sound quality, or content are always welcome.

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