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Prague After Dark

by Roberto Magris

Captivating original compositions, luscious ballads and engaging standards performed by Magris' European trio
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Another More Blues
5:46 $0.99
2. Nenazvana
4:32 $0.99
3. Third World
6:19 $0.99
4. Prague After Dark
6:33 $0.99
5. Joycie Girl
9:00 $0.99
6. From Heart to Heart
5:31 $0.99
7. Song for an African Child
5:54 $0.99
8. A Summer's Kiss
7:28 $0.99
9. Iraqi Blues
7:19 $0.99
10. In Love in Vain
7:10 $0.99
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Album Notes
JMood Records has reunited one of Europe’s most popular jazz trios to record their latest CD entitled, “Prague After Dark”.
JMood Records’ International jazz recording artist, pianist, composer and arranger Roberto Magris from Trieste, Italy has over 30 recordings to his credit and has toured in over 41 different countries and has performed or recorded with a who’s, who list of jazz legends in the USA and Europe.
Magris has performed at top jazz clubs, theatres and festivals around the world. Since 2006 he has grown his musical interests with executive producer and jazz impresario Paul Collins by becoming the musical director and leading recording artist for “JMood Records” USA. This collaboration has connected him to the unique American jazz timeline through the following jazz legends and upcoming jazz artists; bassist Art Davis (of John Coltrane, Max Roach, and Dizzy Gillespie fame), Albert “Tootie” Heath, Idris Muhammad, Herb Geller, Sam Reed, Brian Lynch, Chuck Bergeron, Mark Colby, Jimmy “Junebug” Jackson, Paul Carr, Michael O’Neill, Jim Mair, Hermon Mehari, Brandon Lee, Logan Richardson, Dominique Sanders, Brian Steever, Elisa Pruett, Kendall Moore, Peter Schlamb, Pablo Sanhueza, . This recording reunites Magris as leader and member of the MUH Trio (Magris, Uhlir and Helesic).

Composer, arranger and soloist Frantisek Uhlir, from the Czech Republic, is not new to the international jazz community. He is a graduate of the prestigious Brno Conservatory and follows a distinguished linage of extraordinary double bass (acoustic bass) players from the Czech Republic that includes G. Mraz and M. Vitous, and is now considered one of the best European bass players. A longtime member of Karel Velebny’s SHQ and various working units of pianist E Viklicky, in addition to leading his own band F.U.T (F.Uhlir Team). Has performed or recorded with a number of European and American jazz artists from around the world that include; East-West Connection, Czech-Norwegian Band, the Europlane Orchestra, Prague-Vienna-Connection, D. Weckl, B. Moses, S. Costanzo, P. Wilson, B. Bailey, J. Newman, T. Curson, S. Nistico, S. Hamilton, M. Printup, S. Robinson, D. Goykovich, H. Kaagerer, C. Stotter, W. Haffner, B. Dennerlein, W. Lackerschmid, D. Moccia, F. Ambrosetti, S. Houben, P. Catherine, M. Hausser, P. Mikkelborg, A. Riel, G. Centis, R. Magris, D. Jurkovic, just to mention a few.

Jaromir Helesic is a highly sought after drummer who currently resides in Prague in the Czech Republic. He has performed and or recorded with a number of international jazz ensembles throughout Europe and India. In the early 1960’s, he enjoyed performing with a number of jazz ensembles until joining L. Hulana’s Jazz Sanatorium. In the 1970’s he became in demand working with Energit L. Andrst, Jazz QM, Impuls, Milan Svoboda Q, the R. Dasek Trio, Prazsky’s Big Band, Kratochvila and most recently with Roberto Magris and Frantisek Uhlir they form the MUH Trio. Stay tuned to additional performances and recordings from this international jazz unit!



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