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Absolute Zawinul

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Absolute Ensemble

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2010
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Track Listing

Bimoya; Sultan; Great Empire; Peace; Good Day; The Peasant; Ballad For Two Musicians; Ice Pick Willy.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Joe Zawinul: composer, keyboards and vocoder; Kristjan Järvi: music director, conductor; Gene Pritsker: arranger; Vesselin Gellev: violin; Neela de Fonseka: violin; Eddie Venegas: violin; Gregor Huebner: violin; Edmundo Ramirez: viola; Michael Block: cello; Mat Fieldes: acoustic, electric bass; Jay Elfenbein: acoustic, electric bass; Hayley Melitta Reid: flute, piccolo; Keve Wilson: oboe, English Horn; Michiyo Suzuki: clarinet, saxophone; Marianne Gythfeldt: clarinet; Martin Kuuskmann: bassoon; Damian Primis: contrabassoon; Charles Porter: trumpet; Ann Ellsworth: horn; Michael Seltzer: trombone; Damien Bassman: drums, percussion; Pablo Rieppi: percussion; John Ostrowski: percussion; Matt Herskowitz: piano, keyboard; Gene Pritsker: electric guitar; Sabine Kabongo: vocals; Allegre Correa: guitar, vocals; Aziz Sahmaoui: percussion, vocals, gumbri; Jorge Bezerra: percussion; Paco Sery: drums, percussion, kalimba; Linley Marthe: electric bass.


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