Joe Zawinul – The ESC Years (2011)


Title: The ESC Years
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: ESC Records [ESC 03744-2]
Genre: Jazz, Soul Jazz, World Fusion
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,log,scans)
Total Time: 01:10:09
Total Size: 511 MB

Joe Zawinul was a fantastic composer, musical visionary who pioneered the use of electric piano/synthesizers in modern music. He composed the soul jazz hit Mercy Mercy Mercy for Cannonball Adderly. In a Silent Way (1969) and Pharaoh's Dance for the seminal album Bitches Brew (1970) for Miles Davis and formed the Jazz Rock Fusion Band Weather Report with saxophonist/composer Wayne Shorter in 1970. After the demise of WR he formed his own world fusion band called The Zawiful Syndicate in 1988 and recorded three albums.
Joe was a true innovator of modern music in the late 20th and 21st century, like Miles Davis, he had that mystic mojo, always sensing the cutting edge, incredible sensibility for the future sonics, a true master of sound.


01 - Borges Buenos Aires (Part 1)
02 - Cafe Andalusia (A Day in Tunesia)
03 - Introduction To A Mighty Theme
04 - Waraya
05 - Rooftops Of Vienna
06 - When There Was Royalty
07 - Bimoya
08 - Tower Of Silence
09 - Orient Express
10 - The Search
11 - All About Simon
12 - In An Island Way
13 - Otzi

Joe Zawinul - The ESC Years (2011)
Joe Zawinul - The ESC Years (2011)