jueves, 23 de junio de 2016

Gabor Szabo • High Contrast


High Contrast is an album by Hungarian jazz guitarist Gábor Szabó. Produced by Tommy LiPuma and recorded by Bruce Botnick at Capitol Studios, Hollywood in December 1970 (tracks 1,4,7) & at The Record Plant, Hollywood in February 1971 (tracks 2,3,6) with a lot of contribution from songwriter and guitarist Bobby Womack, this album would feature the original version of Breezin' that George Benson would have a major hit with in 1976 (also produced by LiPuma). The composition "If You Don't Want My Love" would be used by Bobby Womack in the film and soundtrack to Across 110th Street.



Breezin' - (Bobby Womack) 3:11
Amazon - (Gábor Szabó) 4:57
Fingers - (Gábor Szabó, Wolfgang Melz) 7:34
Azure Blue - (Gábor Szabó) 4:15
Just A Little Communication - (Bobby Womack) 7:51
If You Don't Want My Love - (Bobby Womack) 4:37
I Remember When - (Bobby Womack) 7:35

Personnel
Gábor Szabó - Electric guitar, Acoustic guitar
Bobby Womack - Electric rhythm guitar
Jim Keltner - Drums
Felix "Flaco" Falcon - Congas
The Shadow (a.k.a.Tommy LiPuma) - Tambourine, Gourd percussion, Record producer
Wolfgang Melz - Bass (2 - 6)
Phil Upchurch - Bass (1, 7)
Mark Levine - Piano (3)
Carmelo Garcia - Tom-tom (2), Timbales (3)
Rene Hall - String arrangements
Bruce Botnick - Audio engineer

Recorded by Bruce Botnick at Capitol Studios, December 1970 (tracks 1,4,7) & at The Record Plant, Hollywood, February 1971 (tracks 2,3,6)

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