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Joe Zawinul - Syndicate In Tbilisi (2000) (LOSSLESS & MP3)

2-10-2014, 19:31
Music | Jazz | FLAC / APE

Joe Zawinul - Syndicate In Tbilisi (2000) (LOSSLESS & MP3)

Artist: Joe Zawinul
Title Of Album: Syndicate In Tbilisi
Year Of Release: 2000
Genre: Fusion, Contemporary Jazz
Quality: APE (Img+.cue)/MP3
Bitrate: lossless / 320kbps
Total Time: CD1 62:59 min, CD2 37:50 min
Total Size: 530 mb/230 mb

Joe Zawinul - Syndicate In Tbilisi (2000) (LOSSLESS & MP3)

01 – Zawinul Syndicate – Track #1 – 12:35
02 – Zawinul Syndicate – Track #2 – 10:50
03 – Zawinul Syndicate – Track #3 – 16:20
04 – Zawinul Syndicate – Track #4 – 23:15

01 – Zawinul Syndicate – Track #1 – 22:52
02 – Zawinul Syndicate – Track #2 – 10:39
03 – Zawinul Syndicate – Track #3 – 04:20

Joe Zawinul - Syndicate In Tbilisi (2000) (LOSSLESS & MP3)

Joe Zawinul — Keyboards
Victor Bailey — Bass
Amit Chatterjee — guitar, vocals
Manolo Badrena — percussion, vocals
Daniel Townsley — drums

Joe Zawinul - Syndicate In Tbilisi (2000) (LOSSLESS & MP3)

Joe Zawinul - Syndicate In Tbilisi (2000) (LOSSLESS & MP3)

Joe Zawinul At age 68, he looks like a none-too-tall magician from a fairy tale, but one who is very funny and has a great sense of humor.

Joe Zawinul travels a lot and has experienced many countries, traditions and languages. He held a performance with his group Syndicate on April 13 in Tbilisi, but it wasn’t his first visit to Georgia. The organizers (Eastern Promotion Ltd.) produced another concert in 2000.

"After the first time we were here in Tbilisi, five years ago", Zawinul says, "all of the band said we would be waiting for the day we can return here. We could enjoy being here this time; last time we arrived at 4 o’clock in the morning from India via Austria and we were very tired."

When Zawinul is talking about collaboration with different musicians from various nationalities, he says that something happens that doesn’t come from the music, but from the people he communicates with. "People are first, music is second," Zawinul says," I don’t want to mix music (styles); it comes itself, it happens, when I am somewhere. Any melody I’ve ever written, you can find anywhere else. I don’t create music from different national sounds. My music doesn’t come from notes. It comes from here, what I feel."

Zawinul says anywhere the band goes, people feel that they already know their music. "That is a part of the secret," he said. "That you speak a language, that people can understand you."

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