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Periferic Records - Stereo Kft.      H-1114 Budapest, Bartók Béla út 59.   tel.: +36-1-385-63-43   
StereoPeriferic@mail.datanet.hu
Tóth Bagi Band
Hungary
 
 
Another Blues World blues jazz

Enlarge this picture! Tóth Bagi Csaba – “the Hungarian Gary Moore" performed his first album, Crazy Clock, when he was seventeen. Afterwards he was attending the Berklee College of Music and he prepared his newest album: the Another Blues World, that includes evergreen songs like Turill is Gone (B.B.King), Wonderful Tonight (Eric Clapton), Louisiana Blues (Muddy Waters), Shot the Sheriff (Bob Marley)...
Besides the traditional instruments the violin and the cello received an important role in his songs.

Ákos Kertész - drums, percussion, piano
Arnold Vígh - bass
Gábor Molnár - vocal, sax, keyboards
Csaba Tóth Bagi - guitar, vocal

Featuring:
Mária Vas - vocal
Frankie Látó - violin
Kitti Fedor - keyboards
Árpád Tóth Bagi - bass
Anikó Szőke - cello

1.Leading to Another Blues World
2.Thrill is Gone (B.B. King)
3.Strange Brew (Clapton - Collins - Pappalardi)
4.Old Love (Eric Clapton - Robert Clay)
5.Chevrolet (Ed Young - Lenny Young)
6.Cocaine (J.J. Cale)
7.Loved Another Woman (Peter A. Greenbaum)
8.Georgia on My Mind (Ray Charles)
9.Loisiana Blues (Muddy Waters)
10.Moochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon)
11.I Shot the Sheriff (Bob Marley)
12.Wonderful Tonight (Eric Clapton)
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AHCD 5180-2227 CD 2001   12.00
 
 
Box Set 1996-2001 (3CD) blues jazz

Enlarge this picture! Tóth Bagi Csaba – “the Hungarian Gary Moore" performed his first album, Crazy Clock, when he was seventeen. The next album You Have to lie is already written in Hungarian and its material is strongly marked by his personal style, showing his respect with this album towards the giants of the Jazz-rock.. The music is characterized by the richness of the harmony. Tibor Tátrai is performing as well on the album as a guest musician. Afterwards he was attending the Berklee College of Music and he prepared his newest album: the Another Blues World, that includes evergreen songs like Turill is Gone (B.B.King), Wonderful Tonight (Eric Clapton), Louisiana Blues (Muddy Waters), Shot the Sheriff (Bob Marley)...
Besides the traditional instruments the violin and the cello received an important role in his songs.
Now you can purchase his CD-s in the same time as well.

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TOTHBAGIBAND CD 2001   15.00
 
 
Kell, hogy hazudj blues jazz

Enlarge this picture! Tóth Bagi Csaba – “the Hungarian Gary Moore" performed his first album, Crazy Clock, when he was seventeen. The next album You Have to lie is already written in Hungarian and its material is strongly marked by his personal style, showing his respect with this album towards the giants of the Jazz-rock.. The music is characterized by the richness of the harmony. Tibor Tátrai is performing as well on the album as a guest musician.

Csaba Tóth Bagi - guitar, vocal
Gertrúd Andrássy - piano, keyboards, vocal
Gábor Dörnyei - drums
Gergő Mits - bass
Gábor Földes - bass
Edina Szirtes - vocal
Gábor Molnár - soprano sax

Featuring:
Tibor Tátrai - guitar

1.Forgasd fel a világot
2.Kell, hogy hazudj
3.Istennel beszélsz
4.A kakukk nem lazsál
5.Valentin
6.Ne félj
7.Anikó
8.Póruljárt bonviván
9.Mindörökké Blues
10.Látidó
11.Szép suttogás
12.Csak egy színház
13.Szívem kastélya
14.Ajándék...
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AHCD 5180-2226 CD 2000   12.00
 
 
Crazy Clock blues jazz

Enlarge this picture! Tóth Bagi Csaba – “the Hungarian Gary Moore" performed his first album, Crazy Clock, when he was seventeen. Afterwards he was attending the Berklee College of Music and he prepared his newest album: the Another Blues World, that includes evergreen songs.

Csaba Tóth Bagi - guitar, vocal
László Hargitay - keyboards
Árpád Tóth Bagi - bass
Gábor Dörnyei - drums

Featuring:
Fedor Hitri - keyboards

1.Your Way
2.I Ain't Superstitous
3.Angel Left Me Today
4.Baby Blue
5.Lucky Jack
6.October
7.Six Shooter
8.Never Mind
9.Losein' the Blues
10.Crazy Clock
11.Red House
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AHCD 5180-2224 CD 1997   12.00