George Husaruk | Was It Good For You?

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Was It Good For You?

by George Husaruk

Daring, sensuous, outright sensational jazz featuring flute, guitar and bass.
Genre: Jazz: Progressive Jazz
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1. A Foggy Day
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2. Night In Tunisia
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3. Days Of Wine And Roses
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4. Little Sunflower
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5. Autumn Leaves
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6. Crystal Silence
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7. Alone Together
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8. Gentle Rain
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9. Here's That Rainy Day
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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George Husaruk

Before you read my bio I would like to share a few thoughts about the way I feel about music, and specifically about my jazz cd. I think that music is about reinventing yourself over and over again. When I play a song that someone else, or I wrote, I like to play it in my style, recreating that song; playing it in a way that has never been done before. Creating music - the essence of jazz - is a powerful reflexion of the spiritual nature of mankind.

Biographies

George was born in West Germany and raised in Montreal, Canada where George began studying the recorder and later the flute at the Royal Conservatory of Music at McGill University with renowned flutist and recorder teacher Marion Duschenes.
When his family moved to Los Angeles in 1960 he continued his studies on the flute with, among others, George Drexler and Jean Pierre Rampal. In the mid 60's while at UCLA he played in a rock n’ roll band, and began listening to jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery.
He has performed with many jazz musicians including: Cal Tjader, The Chuck van Horn Quartet, The Dave Sexton Quintet, Zzah, Will Siegel, Chris Amberger, Randy Vincent and Barbara Curtis.
George Husaruk divides his time between teaching music and mathematics, and performing with his jazz trio, and with many musicians in Mendocino, Sonoma and Lake Counties.
YOU CAN E-MAIL GEORGE AT: take1jazz@hughes.net
or VISIT HIS WEBSITE: www.take1jazz.com


Christian Foley-Beining

Christian was born and raised in Germany and studied music at the Swiss Jazz School. He refined his musical talent at the Berkeley School of Music in Boston and at the Musicians Institute (GIT) in Hollywood. Further studies were with Joe Pass, Pat Metheny, Robben Ford, Larry Carlton and others. He has played the guitar for over 36 years.
Christian taught music at GIT for eight years; and music clinics in France, Germany and Brazil. He has recorded and performed with many well known musicians, and has composed many original tunes. Now living in Sonoma, CA, he’s very active in the music scene.


Kiyoshi(Ken)Tokunaga

Kiyoshi was born in San Francisco and raised in Salt Lake City. In 1966 he moved to New York City, playing string bass where he was honored to work steadily with many jazz legends such as Jimmy Guiffre, Howard McGhee, Cecil Payne, Duke Jordan, Joe Carroll, Billy Mitchell and Chet Baker.
Kiyoshi moved to Mendocino, California in 1976 to study in the woods and to assess the meaning of life. In 1984 he spent a year in Denver working with Tonk Edwards, Spike Robinson, and Billy Wallace.
As a solo performer he has played at the Sonoma Jazz Festival and at fine restaurants such as the Mendocino Café, the Albion River Inn, the Hopland Inn and the California Café.

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Maria

So fine
What a beautiful interpretation of some wonderful jazz with George's interpretation with his flute ... simply beautiful and will be a WONDERFUL complement to the Sunday breakfast at our bistro!
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daniel lamprich

its awesome!!!
this cd is the best cd in the world!anyone whos anyone should buy it!!!
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