Sunday, September 02, 2012

Chris Hinze, Sigi Schwab, Eberhard Weber, Lala Kovacev - Wide and Blue 1976 {Germany}

Is it possible to get tired of virtuoso flautist Chris Hinze? Not for me... here is an outing from 1976 featuring the amazing guitarist Sigi we have seen before, Eberhard Weber performing his customary ECM-style electric bass smooth melodiousness, and Lala Kovacev on percussion. Oddly enough most of the compositions are from Mladen Gunesha, with only the 5th track (sampled here below) by Hinze. The former is not a name familiar to me though I note he has a german wikipedia entry, he is clearly a european composer and arranger from former yugoslavia.





10 comments:

Tristan Stefan said...


flacs
http://netkups.com/?d=3c40a9c0b5438
mp3
http://netkups.com/?d=29b9525849540

I realize my filejumbo is down this weekend, a common occurrence, please check back again tomorrow and I'm sure the older files will be up again.

Reza said...

You mean Mladen Gutesha, he dis some library albums on Selected Sound label and this album under his own name

http://www.discogs.com/Mladen-Bobby-Gutesha-Und/release/3690562?ev=item-vc

apf said...

Thank you!

DrAzteca said...

TY very much !!

Anonymous said...

I have to inform you about really sad news. Lala Kovacev, drummer died just 2 days ago. R.I.P.

Tristan Stefan said...

wow... at the age of 72, he did indeed pass away a couple of days after this post... tragic

Anonymous said...

Mladen Gutesha is a Serbian jazz artist famous for his work for ECM, as conductor of Strings of Radio Symphony Orchestra Stuttgart, with Keith Jarret, Jan Garbarek & Ralph Towner, on ECM records (Keith Jarret) :" In the Light", " Arbour Zena" and "Luminessence", among the others ...

Tristan Stefan said...

didn't know about the Jarrett connection, thanks!

rintesh said...

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