Trombone Player and Session Musician Krisztian Csapo, also known as “Kriz” brings us a new Stereo Pure DSD 256 album of Big Band Jazz music titled The Journey Home. The album was recorded with the Horus Analog to Digital Converter from Merging Technologies at SuperSize Recording Studios. It is exclusively available in Pure DSD at NativeDSD!
He tells us “Many great thoughts have been shared about traveling whether it is a physical or a spiritual journey. This album represents three types of journeys in my life.
First of all as a session musician I’ve had the opportunity to be featured on numerous albums, movie scores and incidental music. After playing with countless performers for years, I’m finally at a point where I was able to record an album that features the music I love with the musicians I love to play with.
The second aspect is related to actual traveling. Thanks to music, I’ve been traveling frequently for more than 2 decades and I have visited more than 90 countries from Australia to the United States. It was during this period of time when I felt like I’m always on the road but it never felt like I had arrived. Although I still love traveling, now I spend most of the year in the rich musical community of Budapest, Hungary and it became my basis. It is great to have roots in the ground!
The third thing is related to the second one but it’s more of a personal aspect. When I think of my wife, Zsófi and our two beautiful children, Olivér and Hanna, I feel like I’m exactly at the place where I’m supposed to be. It really feels like home and I’m forever thankful for that!”
Krisztian “Kriz” Csapo – Trombone & Composer
Gergo Borlai – Drums & Composer
Hadrien Feraud – Bass
Martin Gudics – Bass
Aron Talas – Keyboard & Composer
Mike Gotthard – Guitar
Attila Laszlo – Guitar
Gabor Ladanyi – Guitar & Composer
Ryan Quigley – Trumpet
Balazs Pecze – Trumpet
Kornel Fekete-Kovacs – Ttrumpet
Adam Meggyes – Trumpet
Soso Lakatos – Tenor and Alto Sax & Composer
Daniel Varga – Alto Sax & Composer
Gergo Kovats – Baritone and Tenor Sax
Tamas Gyurics – Percussion
TracklistPlease note that the below previews are loaded as 44.1 kHz / 16 bit.
Total time: 00:54:00
|Analog to Digital Converter|
Horus, Merging Technologies at DSD 256
|Original Recording Format|
Róbert Zoltán Hunka
Gábor Halász and Dexter
Recorded at SuperSize Recording on September 9-10, 2021
|Release Date||April 15, 2022|
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