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Studio Album, released in 1998

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Cofee Break (7:17)
2. Ode (4:40)
3. Island (7:10)
4. Odyssey (5:22)
5. Visions After The Rain (5:02)
6. Early Morning Snow (6:23)
7. Gallop (3:55)
8. Visions (3:23)
9. Witchi Tai To (6:54)

Total time 50:06

Bonus tracks on CD edition:
10. Visions Coctail (5:18)
11. Desert (9:29)
12. Last Vision (4:13)

Bonus CD
Audio section:
1. Djabe (Radio edit) (3:31)
2. Coffee Break Part I (Radio edit) (3:22)
3. Confidence (Radio edit) (3:02)
4. Coffee Break Part I (Dance version) (5:17)

Total time 15:12

Video section:
1. Visions
2. Camel Run
3. Desert (Walk)
4. Visions Coctail
5. Djabe
6. Confidence
7. Island
8. Passage
9. Gallop
10. Coffee Break

Total time 35:09

Line-up / Musicians

- András Sipos / vocals, congas, djembe, chekere, maracas, mbira, guiro, rainmaker, chak-cha, whistle, clay drum, derbouka, snare, triangle, chimes, claves, shaker
- Attila Égerházi / electric & acoustic (6) guitars, keyboards (9)
- Ferenc Muck / tenor & soprano saxophones, keyboards (12)
- Tamás Barabás / 5-string & fretless basses, cymbals, double bass & keyboards (6)

- Ferenc Snétberger / acoustic guitar (1)
- Herczeg Judit / vocals (4)
- Béla Szalóki / flugelhorn (6)

Releases information

Artwork: North American native Indian art

LP Gramy Records ‎- GR-007-1 (1998, Hungary)

2xCD Gramy Records ‎- GR-007 (1998, Hungary) With 3 bonus tracks plus extra enhanced CD

Thanks to snobb for the addition
and to Quinino for the last updates
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DJABE Witchi Tai To ratings distribution

(6 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(50%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(33%)
Good, but non-essential (17%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
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Review by snobb
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4 stars After very strong debut, Djabe released more mature double album in similar key. Known Hungarian jazz guitarist Snétberger Ferenc participated as guest.

Fantastic crystal clear sound and well balanced production will catch you from the very first sounds. Deep bass line, excellent brass and rare balance between world and jazz fusion elements. I believe that this album is one of greatest examples of Central European world jazz fusion.

This time there are more world, especially south-eastern Asian elements in album music, but sound never cross the border from jazz fusion to world music side. First CD from double album is more interesting musically. The second one contains 35 min concert video (mastered in Abbey Road Studio, London) in PC and MAC compatible CD -ROM and some radio remixes of songs from the first CD.

Really strong addition to their great début. Recommendable as well for any world jazz fusion fan.

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