Thought I was done with Gabor huh?

This is one of his most haunting and beautiful albums, sometimes even leaning into classical but always soaring through with his mystical phrases and rhythms. A must listen from start to finish!

1. Galatea's Guitar (0:00)
2. Half the Day is the Night (5:40)
3. Song of Injured Love (10:05)
4. The Fortune Teller (14:12)
5. Fire Dance (18:43)
6. The Lady in the Moon (24:24)
7. Ferris Wheel (29:47)

Bass – Louis Kabok
Cello – George Ricci
Drums – Jim Keltner
French Horn – Brooks Tillotson, Ray Alonge, Tony Miranda
Guitar – Gabor Szabo, Jim Stewart*
Percussion, Congas – Hal Gordon
Piano – Gary McFarland
Violin – Julius Schacter

Cover Art: John Austen "Vision" (1919)

I do not own any copyright so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it, its all in the purpose of educational rediscovery.

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1969

Jazz / Avant-garde Jazz / Gypsy Jazz / Soul-Jazz

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J.J. Jackson
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Frank Wright
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Grady Tate
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Nina Simone
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Candy Dulfer
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Sarah Jane Morris
Sarah Jane Morris

Aretha Franklin
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Freddie Roach
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Ray Charles
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Yellow Jackets (7)
Four Corners