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BÚCSÚZÁS (FAREWELL)

Kada

Jazz Rock/Fusion


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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2001

Songs / Tracks Listing

Disc 1 (56:43)
1. Nergilé (Intro) (1:18)
2. Nergilé (8:51)
3. Búcsúcás (Farewell) (7:41)
4. Borelo (12:43)
5. Szimmetria variáció (Symmetry variation) (10:29)
6. Az utolsó Ing (akusztikus változat) (The last shirt (acoustic version)) (1:58)
7. Beavatkozás intervention I (10:21)
8. Beavatkozás intervention II (3:22)

Disc 2 (67:47)
1. A beavatkozás folytatódik (Intervention continued) (13:21)
2. Sziget, csutörtök (koncert) (Island, Thursday (live)) (14:12)
3. Népzene (Folk music) (14:11)
4. A Forrás (The Source) (2:54)
5. Sziget, szombat (koncert) (Island, Saturday (live)) 12:41)
6. Az utolsó Ing (teljes változat) (The last shirt (full version)) (10:28)

Total Time: 124:30

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Line-up / Musicians

- Gergely Ballay / drums
- Attila Boros / bass
- Gergely Katona / trumpet, flugelhorn, trombone
- Gábor Kollmann / baritone & alto saxes
- Gyözö Mogyoró / conga, darbuca
- Dániel Váczi / sopranino saxophone
- László Válik / guitar, effects

Guest musician:
- Sámuel Grillus / bass (on "Sziget, szombat (koncert)")

Releases information

CD Periferic Records (2001), 2 x CD

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Review by Prognut
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4 stars Amazing discovery! Hungarian band that combine RIO, Jazz, Fusion, World Music and Eastern touches, with also some rock influences!!!!

This album is pretty much in the same line of their first one, which is probably the recommended to start with. This is a little more complex, but a tad more! They go here with 2 Saxes, which expand their sound quite a bit; but overall these guys appears to be playing together for a long time, I think! structured and improvisations are the order of the day in this release, and the greatest attribute is IMHO that you can not pinpoint any particular influence, in other word their sound is rather unique.

Cannot believe I missed this band for over 5 years!!!

The package is outstanding, it comes on a sore of digipack with a fold shiny carton and the CDs in the middle, this is as good package as progressive album it can be!

Sean, if you happen to read this review I would like to know your opinion! Greg W. may still have some copies!!

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