Miroslav Vitous - The Bass album download
|A1||Freedom Jazz Dance||10:54|
|A2||Mountain In The Clouds||1:51|
|B2||I Will Tell Him On You||11:00|
|B3||When Face Gets Pale||6:56|
- Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Mastered At – Atlantic Studios
- Manufactured By – Kinney Music GmbH
- Bass – Miroslav Vitous
- Drums – Jack DeJohnette
- Guitar – John McLaughlin
- Liner Notes – Werner Burkhardt
- Mastered By – GP*
- Performer, Drums [Uncredited] – Joe Chambers
- Piano, Electric Piano [Uncredited] – Herbie Hancock
- Producer – Herbie Mann
- Tenor Saxophone – Joe Henderson
- Written-By – Eddie Harris (tracks: A1), Miroslav Vitous (tracks: A2 to B3)
Notes© ℗ 1972 Atlantic Recording Corporation.
Made in Germany. A Product Of Kinney Music GmbH.
Original Atlantic Recording
Liner notes in German language.
Recorded in November 1969.
Previously released as “Infinite Search”, also released as “Mountain In The Clouds”.
Track A4 spells in Czech correctly as “Cérečka”.
This version is a 1972 pre-“WEA” pressing. Subsequent represses may have “WEA” etched in the runouts or printed on the release.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): ST-A-722 551
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): ST-A-722 552
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A): St-A-722551-C AT/GP PR Manufactured in Germany
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B): St-A-722552B- AT/GP Manufactured in Germany PR
- Rights Society: GEMA
|SD 524||Miroslav Vitous||Infinite Search (LP, Album, Gat)||Embryo Records||SD 524||US||1970|
|TP 524||Miroslav Vitous||Infinite Search (8-Trk, Album)||Embryo Records||TP 524||US||1970|
|SD 524||Miroslav Vitous||Infinite Search (LP, Album, Promo, Gat)||Embryo Records||SD 524||US||1970|
|524||Miroslav Vitous||Infinite Search (LP, Album, RE)||Pure Pleasure Records||524||UK||2016|
|SD 524, SD. 524||Miroslav Vitous||Infinite Search (LP, Gat)||Embryo Records, Cotillion||SD 524, SD. 524||Canada||1970|
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.
Bass – Miroslav Vitous. Design – Haig Adishian. Drums – Jack DeJohnette (tracks: ), Joe Chambers (tracks: ) Electric Piano – Herbie Hancock. The Bass (LP, Album). Hör Zu Black Label, Atlantic, Atlantic.
Miroslav Vitous biography Miroslav Ladislav Vitous (6 December 1947), is a Czech jazz bassist who was born in Prague. He begun play violin at age of six, started playing the piano at age ten, and bass at fourteen. He studied music at the Prague Conservatory subsequently winning an international music contest in Vienna, earning him a scholarship to the Berklee College of Music in Boston. One of his early music groups was the Junior Trio with his brother Alan on drums and young another future-great Czech fusion musicianJan Hammer on keyboards. And although this is Vitous' band, except for the piece Guardian Angels, the bass isn't really featured on the album. The first half of the album, aside from the song mentioned above, appeared to be geared to feature soprano sax player Mabumi Yamaguchi. He's actually quite good. And Vitous' acoustic bass playing is nice as well, but none of the songs catch fire.
Czech Bass Player MIROSLAV VITOUS is known to most music lovers for co-founding Weather Report with Pianist Joe Zawinul and Saxophonist Wayne Shorter - yet much of his solo career remains shrouded in sideshow mystery. His second album - beautifully transferred here by England's Beat Goes On - is typical – having received two release dates, three differing names and four kinds of artwork across the years. Recorded in November 1969 in at A&R Studios in New York - it was first issued February 1970 in the USA as "Infinite Space" on Embryo SD 524.
Miroslav Ladislav Vitous (originally Miroslav Vitouš, born 6 December 1947) is a Czech jazz bassist who was born in Prague. He began the violin at age six, and started playing the piano at age ten, and bass at fourteen. As a young man in Europe, Vitouš was a competitive swimmer. One of his early music groups was the Junior Trio with his brother Alan on drums and fellow Czech luminary-to-be Jan Hammer on keyboards.
Weather Report founding bassist Miroslav Vitous is revisiting his old band’s work on his latest album, Music of Weather Report. Czech bassist Vitous assembled a sextet to play the music of the famed fusion band, which he left in 1973. His replacement was Alfonso Johnson, who was in turn, replaced by Jaco Pastorius).