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Double Bass, Keyboards – Miroslav Vitous. Recorded at the Smetana Theatre Studio, Prague, December 1988 Licenced by MG Productions Miroslav Vitous courtesy of Ludmila Music.
Miroslav Ladislav Vitous (born 6 December 1947) is a Czech jazz bassist who has had an extensive career in the US. Born in Prague, he began the violin at age six and started playing piano at age ten and bass at fourteen. As a young man in Europe, Vitous was a competitive swimmer. One of his early music groups was the Junior Trio with his brother Alan on drums and Jan Hammer on keyboards.
Emergence is a solo album by Czech bassist Miroslav Vitouš recorded in 1985 and released on the ECM label.
The self-titled album by the Miroslav Vitous Group - together since 1979 - also featured saxophonist John Surman, drummer Jon Christensen, and pianist Kenny Kirkland, and appeared the same year. His set Journey's End appeared in 1982, and he became head of the jazz department of the NEC in 1983. The Trio Music band expanded to a quartet with the addition of Japanese saxophonist Toshiyuki Honda for Dream in 1984. Vitous made his return to recording for ECM as a bandleader on 2003's Universal Syncopations with a quintet that also included Corea, Garbarek, DeJohnette, and John McLaughlin. In 2005, he played in a trio with Antonio Faraò and Daniel Humair on the stellar Takes on Pasolini for .
MIROSLAV VITOUS is a post-fusion contemporary, post bop fusion music artist. During this time he played in a trio with his brother Alan, and Jan Hammer. After winning a scholarship to the Berklee College of Music in Boston, he came to the . Thanks to js, snobb for the updates. MIROSLAV VITOUS Online Videos.
Free music collection artist Miroslav Vitous - find all tracks in mp3 online for free. Listen and download all songs by Miroslav Vitous. Free collection of music, songs and tracks from Miroslav Vitous - find and listen as much as you want. In 1991, Vitous played in a trio led by saxophonist Jan Garbarek that recorded Star for ECM, and in 1992, the pair cut the duet album Atmos. It was the last studio recording the bassist appeared on for over a decade. In 2005, he played in a trio with Antonio Faraò and Daniel Humair on the stellar Takes on Pasolini for .
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|2||Iron Shepherds Singing
Tenor Saxophone – Jan Stolba*
|3||Hallo And Goodbye Waltz||1:54|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Panton
- Copyright (c) – Fnac Music
- Licensed To – MG Productions
- Recorded At – Studio Smetanova Divadla
- Published By – Panton
- Distributed By – WMD
- Double Bass, Keyboards – Miroslav Vitous
- Drums, Percussion, Vocals, Recorder – Alan Vitous*
- Engineer – Josef Celerin
- Liner Notes – Lubomír Doruzka*
- Photography By – Pavel Horejsi*
- Producer – Antonin Matzner*
- Written-By – Alan Vitous* (tracks: 2 to 10), Miroslav Vitous (tracks: 1, 3 to 10)
NotesRecorded at the Smetana Theatre Studio, Prague, December 1988
Licenced by MG Productions
Miroslav Vitous courtesy of Ludmila Music
℗ 1989 Panton
© 1992 Fnac Music
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 3383006620487
- Other (Distribution Code): WM 334
- Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL
- Matrix / Runout: DURECO DIGIP 662048
|81 0886-1511||Alan Vitouš Featuring Miroslav Vitouš*||Alan Vitouš Featuring Miroslav Vitouš* - Alan Vitouš Featuring Miroslav Vitouš (LP, Album)||Panton||81 0886-1511||Czechoslovakia||1989|
|81 0886-1511||Alan Vitouš Featuring Miroslav Vitouš*||Alan Vitouš Featuring Miroslav Vitouš* - Alan Vitouš Featuring Miroslav Vitouš (LP, Album, RP)||Panton||81 0886-1511||Czechoslovakia||1990|
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