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Guachi Guaro - Klaus Doldinger Quartett + Attila Zoller - Doldinger In Süd Amerika (CD)

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  • Yogami
    says:
    Dolhai Attila is a Hungarian classical crossover singer who made his solo album debut in after rising to fame in a series of musical theater productions earlier in the decade. Born on January 7, , in Kisvárda, Hungary, he began his rise to fame in with his performance as Tony in a Hungarian version of West Side Story staged at the Szegedi National Theater (i.e., Szegedi Nemzeti.
  • Vok
    says:
    Attila may draw one or two comparisons to Rings of Saturn with this track, but the track is easily distinguishable from the latter group. While the sequencing of this track, among others off Chaos is very predictable and I promise you, there are plenty of breakdowns, Attila has scattered traces of improvement and risk-taking all across this.
  • Vogami
    says:
    a. Cohn's Limit - (Hans Koller) Black Lion LP 12": BLP — The Legendary Oscar Pettiford Featuring Attila Zoller () b. The Gentle Art Of Love - (Oscar Pettiford) Black Lion LP 12": BLP — The Legendary Oscar Pettiford Featuring Attila Zoller ().
  • Dailrajas
    says:
    Sep 26,  · Klaus Doldinger Quartett + Attila Zoller ‎– Doldinger In Süd Amerika Label: Philips ‎– UCCM Series: From Europe With Jazz 2 Written-By – Doldinger* 9: Guachi Guaro Arranged By – Doldinger* Written-By – Trad.* Präludium Nr. 3.
  • Vudocage
    says:
    Attila Cornelius Zoller was a jazz guitarist born in Hungary. After World War II, he escaped the Soviet takeover of Hungary by fleeing through the mountains.
  • Yozshutaxe
    says:
    Attila is a Feudal World of the Imperium of Man located in the Ultima Segmentum that maintains a late Iron Age civilisation and almost no advanced Imperial technology. This barbaric world is also the homeworld of the famed Rough Riders of Attila Mounted Regiments of the Imperial Guard.. History. Attila is a Feudal World that is somewhat smaller in size than Terra.
  • Dim
    says:
    Nov 04,  · Hungarian-born guitarist Attila Zoller was perhaps the least-known guitarist in jazz to the general public. His year-long career, which ended with his death in January of , was filled with professional heights and the wide acclaim of his peers and bandmates, who included at various times: Joe Zawinul (back in Budapest), Lee Konitz, Red Norvo, Benny Goodman, Ron Carter, Tal Farlow.
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