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Tony Lakatos - Tony Lakatos And His Friends Album

Tony Lakatos - Tony Lakatos And His Friends Album

Performer: Tony Lakatos
Title: Tony Lakatos And His Friends
Style: Fusion, Post Bop
Released: 1983
Cat#: SLPX 17817
Country: Hungary
Label: Krém
Size MP3 version: 2416 mb
Size FLAC version: 2518 mb
Size WMA version: 2987 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 295
Genre: Jazz

Tony Lakatos - Tony Lakatos And His Friends Album


Bass – Lattman BélaComposed By, Soprano Saxophone – Lakatos AntalDrums – Szende GáborEnsemble – Lakatos Antal QuartettPiano – Gárdonyi László
2Sing Sing Song
Bass – Vasvári PálComposed By, Tenor Saxophone – Lakatos AntalDrums – Szende GáborEnsemble – Lakatos Antal QuartettPiano – Gárdonyi László
3Ballada (Ballad)
Composed By, Tenor Saxophone – Lakatos AntalPiano – Gárdonyi László
4Téli Dal (Winter Song)
Composed By, Guitar – Toto BlankeSoprano Saxophone – Lakatos AntalTabla, Percussion [Ritmushangszerek] – Trilok Gurtu
5J.C. Emlékére (For John Coltrane)
Composed By, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Violin, Synthesizer, Flute – Lakatos Antal
6Szüret (Vintage)
Bass – Vasvári PálComposed By, Soprano Saxophone – Lakatos AntalPiano, Synthesizer – Rainer Brüninghaus


  • Engineer [Hangmérnök]Dévényi László, Zsuppán István
  • Photography By, DesignGyőrffy Sándor
  • Producer, Photography ByKiss Imre


Made in Hungary ℗ 1983
A Magyar Rádió felvétele

A1: Budapest Sportcsarnok, 1982, február 28.
A2: Budapest, Vigadó, 1982, március 27.
A3: Magyar Rádió, 8-as stúdió, 1980, február 11.
B1, B2, B3: Magyar Rádió, 22-es stúdió, 1982, december


  • Rights Society: Artisjus
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side A): SLPX 17817-A I.P KK
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side B): SLPX 17817-B III P HP


  • Recorded At – Budapest Sportcsarnok
  • Recorded At – Pesti Vigadó
  • Recorded At – Magyar Rádió


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