℗ ℗ 1968 Skye Records
 

Bacchanal

Gabor Szabo

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1.1
Three King Fishers
Gabor Szabo
4:43
1.2
Love Is Blue
Gabor Szabo
4:15
1.3
Theme From Valley of the Dolls
Gabor Szabo
3:47
1.4
Bacchanal
Gabor Szabo
4:55
1.5
Sunshine Superman
Gabor Szabo
3:43
1.6
Some Velvet Morning
Gabor Szabo
5:22
1.7
The Look of Love
Gabor Szabo
3:15
1.8
The Divided City
Gabor Szabo
3:19
Total Playing Time    33:19
Bacchanal is a 1968 album by Gábor Szabó, released on the label he founded with Cal Tjader and Gary McFarland, Skye Records. Guitarist Gabor Szabo was at his creative peak at the end of the '60s, when he recorded this masterpiece. Szabo's '60s quintet, featuring guitarist Jimmy Stewart, is on top form here with another of his unique collections of both Jazz and Pop hits. His restrained use of feedback at just the right moments shows Szabo was willing to open up to new sounds yet he keeps a tight grip on his signature sound throughout these eight cuts.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Skye Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-8 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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