Joe zawinul & the zawinul syndicate - vienna nights


The album was originally a double gatefold LP but the reissue on CD dropped a track, "Scarlet Woman", and was released as a single CD. In Japan, the album has been released as a 2-CD set with all the tracks of the original.

On 1973’s Sweetnighter, Weather Report began to abandon the primarily acoustic group improvisation format, and the band started to take a new direction. Primarily at Zawinul’s instigation, Weather Report became more jazz funk- and groove-oriented, drawing more heavily on R&B influences and dense electric keyboard work while adding more structure to both the prewritten and the improvisational sections. The last song on the album, Shorter’s “Non-Stop Home”, foreshadowed the band’s developing hallmark sound (which would be even more in evidence on their next album).

She was glamorous but never beautiful, perhaps another element which contributed to a growing insecurity. Says Zawinul, 'She had a beauty in her eyes and she was always well groomed. She had lots of jewellery and made lots of money and carried a pistol every place she went. She was a real modern woman, but she was driving ridiculously fast and there was something in her inner life that troubled her.'

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Type: [3rd] Studio album
Format: LP
Released: 1973
Recorded: February 3, 1973 – February 7, 1973
Genre: Jazz fusion
Length: 44:41
Label: Columbia , CBS


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