Hungarian guitarist Gábor Gadó, though he’s been living in Paris for quite some time and has formed his quartet there, is still deeply in touch with his homeland, where he records regularly. His music is both melodic and structurally complex, mixing the modes of the nearby Orient and the harmonies of Western Europe. Gadó’s guitar has been influenced by the sounds of rock and adopts a characteristic, sinuous phrasing that’s very effective in unison with the tenor. His French and German partners fully understand Gadó’s universe and have greatly contributed to its evolution in time.
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