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Gyorgy Szabados and Roscoe Mitchell - Jelenes/Revelation (1998) (LOSSLESS & MP3)

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Gyorgy Szabados and Roscoe Mitchell - Jelenes/Revelation (1998) (LOSSLESS & MP3)

Artist: Gyorgy Szabados and Roscoe Mitchell
Title Of Album: Jelenes/Revelation
Year Of Release: 1998
Label: Fonó Records
Genre: Jazz, Free Jazz
Quality: FLAC (Tracks+.cue)/MP3
Bitrate: Lossless/320 kbps
Time: 01:12:42 min
Total Size: 424 mb/166 mb
Website: cduniverse

György Szabados (Born 1939 in Budapest) is a Hungarian jazz pianist, and is sometimes referred to as the "father" or "unofficial king" of the Hungarian free jazz movement since the 1960s.
Even though he started performing in 1962, Szabados' rise to fame is generally considered to have started with his quintet winning the renowned San Sebastian Jazz Festival Grand Prize in the free jazz category in 1972. His first album that was recorded with a quartet in 1975 was entitled Wedding. Despite the abstraction of the music, the record was well received in Hungary and abroad, thereby setting the scene for his subsequent albums. International recognition is probably noted by including the album in the Essential Jazz Records compiled by Max Harrison, Eric Thacker and Stuart Nicholson (Volume 2: Modernism to Postmodernism). Even though he could not record again until 1983, he maintained his status by establishing the Kassák Workshop for Contemporary Music, in which a new generation of musicians acquired a free and intuitive manner of playing jazz, with a distinct Hungarian sound. Generally, his collaborators would make up the next generation of Hungarian jazz, including acclaimed saxophone player Mihály Dresch. Further international recognition followed in the 1980s, through his collaboration with Anthony Braxton on their duo record Szabraxtondos. In Hungary, he proceeded to form MAKUZ, or the Royal Hungarian Court Orchestra, which membership varied, but always consisted of at least nice musicians that were committed to free, improvised music. Subsequently, he still collaborated with Roscoe Mitchell on their 1998 record Jelenés (Revelation) and again with Braxton and Vladimir Tarasov this time for the live recording Triotone.

Roscoe Mitchell
One of the top saxophonists to come out of Chicago's AACM movement of the mid-'60s, Roscoe Mitchell is a particularly strong and consistently adventurous improviser long associated with the Art Ensemble of Chicago. After getting out of the military, Mitchell led a hard bop sextet in Chicago (1961) which gradually became much freer.
He was a member of Muhal Richard Abrams's Experimental Band and a founding member of the AACM in 1965. Mitchell's monumental Sound album (1966) introduced a new way of freely improvising, utilizing silence as well as high energy and "little instruments" as well as conventional horns. Lester Bowie and Malachi Favors were on that date and Mitchell's 1967 follow-up Old/Quartet.
With the addition of Joseph Jarman and Philip Wilson (who was later succeeded by Famoudou Don Moye), the Art Ensemble of Chicago was born. The colorful unit was one of the most popular groups in the jazz avant-garde and Mitchell was an integral part of the band. Roscoe Mitchell (who, in addition to his main horns, plays clarinet, flute, piccolo, oboe, baritone and bass saxophones) also was involved in individual projects through the years and has recorded as a leader for Delmark, Nessa, Sackville, Moers Music, 1750 Arch, Black Saint, Cecma and Silkheart in settings ranging from large ensembles to unaccompanied solo concerts.

Gyorgy Szabados and Roscoe Mitchell - Jelenes/Revelation (1998) (LOSSLESS & MP3)
01. Motiv
02. Revelation
03. Free Music in honour of the Art Ensemble of Chicago

Szabados György (p, voc, ld),
Roscoe Mitchell (as),
Dresch „Dudás” Mihály (ts, ss, bcl),
Kovács Ferenc (tp, viol),
Benkő Róbert (b),
Baló István (dr, perc),
Geröly Tamás (dr, perc)

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