Complete your Gabor Szabo collection. Rambler (LP, Album, Gat). King Records, CTI Records. Rambler (LP, Album, Uni).
Rambler is an album by Hungarian guitarist Gábor Szabó featuring performances recorded in 1973 and released on the CTI label.
Although this LP is a CTI production, guitarist Gabor Szabo is well featured in a conventional quartet (without strings, horns or "sweetening") that also includes the electric piano of Mike Wofford, bassist Wolfgang Melz and drummer Bobby Morin; Bob James sits in on some cuts on keyboards. For what would be Szabo's last significant recording, the Hungarian guitarist performs an obscurity and five of bassist Melz's originals, including "Rambler," "It's So Hard to Say Goodbye" and "Reinhardt
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GABOR SZABO - Rambler. Filed under Jazz Related RnB By GABOR SZABO. This is one of those classic Bob James produced CTI mid-70s projects, so you can expect a beautiful gatefold album cover, excellent recorded sound and lots of spacious reverb. This is of course the course that will eventually lead Bob James to creating smooth jazz, but Rambler is still far away from that sort of generic liteness. Some album highlights include the upbeat and energetic opening song Rambler, which sounds like a classic Allmans instrumental, and Reinhardt, where the band works with some abstract fusion style chord progressions.
|A2||So Hard To Say Goodbye||4:42|
|A3||All Is Well||5:20|
|B2||Help Me Build A Lifetime||4:27|
|CTI 6035||Gabor Szabo||Rambler (LP, Album, Gat)||CTI Records||CTI 6035||US||1974|
|KICJ 2571||Gabor Szabo||Rambler (CD, RE, RM)||CTI Records||KICJ 2571||Japan||2017|
|CTI 6035||Gabor Szabo||Rambler (LP, Album)||CTI Records||CTI 6035||Canada||1974|
|CTI 6035||Gabor Szabo||Rambler (LP, Album, Gat)||CTI Records||CTI 6035||Germany||1975|
|CTI 6035||Gabor Szabo||Rambler (LP, Album, Uni)||CTI Records||CTI 6035||US||1974|