Miroslav Vitous Music

Miroslav Vitous - Music Of Weather Report (2016) {ECM 2364}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at July 1, 2016
Miroslav Vitous - Music Of Weather Report (2016) {ECM 2364}

Miroslav Vitous - Music Of Weather Report (2016) {ECM 2364}
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© 2016 ECM Records | ECM 2364
Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Fusion / Modern Creative / Bass

The great Czech bassist returns once more to the music of Weather Report, the group he co-founded with Joe Zawinul and Wayne Shorter in 1970. It’s the improvisational freedom of the early Weather Report that most interests Vitous, and he abides by their old rallying call “everyone solos and no one solos”. Well-known Report repertoire re-explored includes “Birdland”, “Seventh Arrow”, “Scarlet Woman”, “Pinocchio” and “Morning Lake” and Miroslav’s group also plays “Acrobat’s Issues” a piece which the first Weather Report line-up played but didn’t record.
Chick Corea, Miroslav Vitous, Roy Haynes ‎– Trio Music, Live In Europe  (Vinyl rip 24/96)

Chick Corea, Miroslav Vitous, Roy Haynes ‎– Trio Music, Live In Europe (1986)
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ECM Records – ECM 1310, ECM Records – 827 769-1 (1986) (Original GER) | Jazz

Trio Music Live in Europe is a live album by pianist Chick Corea with bassist Miroslav Vitous and drummer Roy Haynes recorded in Switzerlan in 1984 and released on the ECM label. (Wiki)

Miroslav Vitous - Purple (1970)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at March 7, 2016
Miroslav Vitous - Purple (1970)

Miroslav Vitous - Purple (1970)
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Genre: jazz

Purple is the 1970 album by jazz musician Miroslav Vitous. This was one of three albums he released that year. It was recorded in the summer of that year and features John McLaughlin, Billy Cobham, and Joe Zawinul. This is a vinyl rip.

Miroslav Vitous - First Meeting (1980) {ECM 1145}  

Posted by tiburon at Nov. 5, 2015
Miroslav Vitous - First Meeting (1980) {ECM 1145}

Miroslav Vitous - First Meeting (1980) {ECM 1145}
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Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop, Fusion

This 1980 quartet session, unavailable in the U.S., features a young Kenny Kirkland on piano along with John Surman on soprano sax and bass clarinet and Jon Christensen on drums. Vitous wrote all but the title track, a tension-filled group improvisation. The dramatic "Silver Lake" begins the disc with rubato filigree and evolves into a driving yet impressionistic feel. "Beautiful Place To" follows, with its odd, Zen-like repeated melody, leading into "Trees," another rubato exploration with a short, precise melodic theme at its core.
Miroslav Vitous - Infinite Search (1969) {2013 Japan 24-bit Remaster} [Jazz Best Collection 1000 Series]

Miroslav Vitous - Infinite Search (1969) {2013 Japan 24-bit Remaster} [Jazz Best Collection 1000 Series]
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© 2013 Atlantic / Warner Japan / Rhino / Embryo | WPCR-27139 | Jazz Best Collection 1000 Series
Jazz / Fusion / Post Bop / Bass

Features 24bit digital remastering. Comes with a description. With John McLaughlin, Herbie Hancock, Joe Henderson, and Jack DeJohnette, this group rivaled the best fusion bands of the day. It must have been an intimidating challenge for a young Czech bassist to lead such a group on his debut album as a frontman, especially since he composed five of the six tracks. Recorded in late 1969, roughly the same time as the historic Bitches Brew, and the year before Vitous began a stint with the innovative Weather Report, this was trend-setting fusion. It's produced by Herbie Mann, for whom Vitous played on such albums as Memphis Underground and Stone Flute.
Miroslav Vitous - Infinite Search (1969) {Japanese Pressing} [Repost]

Miroslav Vitous - Infinite Search (1969) {Japanese Pressing}
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Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop, Fusion

With John McLaughlin, Herbie Hancock, Joe Henderson, and Jack DeJohnette, this group rivaled the best fusion bands of the day. It must have been an intimidating challenge for a young Czech bassist to lead such a group on his debut album as a frontman, especially since he composed five of the six tracks. Recorded a year after the historic Bitches Brew and the year before Vitous began a stint with the innovative Weather Report, this was trend-setting fusion. It's produced by Herbie Mann, for whom Vitous played on such albums as Memphis Underground and Stone Flute.
Miroslav Vitous - Universal Syncopations II (2007) {ECM 2013} [Re-Up]

Miroslav Vitous - Universal Syncopations II (2007) {ECM 2013}
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Genre: Jazz

"Universal Syncopations II" by Czech bassist/composer Miroslav Vitous explores a wider range of options than its best-selling predecessor (released 2003), as choirs loom out of the mix and orchestral colours swirl around a shifting cast of modern jazz players which includes Randy Brecker on trumpet and Bob Mintzer, Bob Malach and Gary Campbell on saxophones. Miroslav’s uniquely expressive double-bass drives the music forward and has a central role to play in the ensemble interaction.
Miroslav Vitous - Universal Syncopations (2003) {ECM 1863} [Re-Up]

Miroslav Vitous - Universal Syncopations (2003) {ECM 1863}
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Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop

On his first jazz date as a leader since 1992, Czechoslovakian bassist and composer Miroslav Vitous comes out of the gate with a host of heavyweights on one of the more lyrically swinging dates in modern jazz. Vitous' engaged, pulsing, and deeply woody tone is featured in the company of John McLaughlin, Jan Garbarek, Chick Corea, and Jack DeJohnette. While the crystalline sound of Manfred Eicher's ECM is everywhere here, as is the open-ended speculative jazz that the label is renowned – and ridiculed for – Vitous offers some startlingly beautiful twists and turns with his ensemble. This is one of those recordings that feels familiar in tone, but is timeless in concept and execution. Universal Syncopations is one of the most gorgeous sounding and toughly played dates of the calendar year.
Antonio Faraò, Miroslav Vitous, Daniel Humair - Takes on Pasolini (2005) [FLAC]

Antonio Faraò, Miroslav Vitous, Daniel Humair - Takes on Pasolini
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Jazz, Post-Bop, Modern Creative | Label: CAM Jazz | Year: 2005

A classy tribute by this masterful trio to the great controversial film director, Pier Paolo Pasolini. The trio excels in their interpretations of some of Pasolini’s best known pictures and includes original compositions by Antonio Faraò, inspired by the works of Pasolini. (Source: CAM Jazz website)
Knut Rössler - Johannes Vogt - Miroslav Vitous - Between the Times (2007) [FLAC]

Knut Rössler - Johannes Vogt - Miroslav Vitous - Between the Times
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Genre: Jazz, Jazz-Classical crossover | Label: ACT Music (ACT 9463) | Year: 2007

A genuine, pleasurable meeting of minds between 17th-century French lute pieces and 21st-century jazz. A gentle music stamped with midnight brooding. (Source: The Times, UK)