Aziza Mustafa Zadeh Discography (9 Albums) 1991-2007

Aziza Mustafa Zadeh Discography (9 Albums) 1991-2007
9 Albums Of Mp3 + 8 CD'S Of Lossless (+Live Bootleg & Live Video)
Fusion / Jazz / Mugam | 1991-2007 | 9 Albums mp3 @ 160-320kbps (Plus 8 Lossless) + Live Bootleg | + 5 Live Videos | +Scans
 6GB @ RS | Label:Columbia, Decca, Jazziza


Aziza was born on December 19, 1969, in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, into an immensely musical family: Her father, Vagif Mustafa Zadeh, an established Jazz legend throughout the former USSR, of whom BB. King said "people call me the king of the blues, but if I could play the piano like you do, I would call myself God," was a pioneer in as much as he was the first musician to incorporate the traditional music of his homeland, known as "mugam" into popular Western Jazz music. Mugam, itself a highly improvisational style, refers to a modal system of music of which there exist over 70 types, all defined by their specific pattern of intervals, range, as well as direction of melodic movement and rhythm. With her father as architect of the Azerbaijani Mugam Jazz Movement, and her mother Eliza Mustafa Zadeh (in Soviet times known as Eliza Khanom), herself a professional singer and one of the first women to sing in the new Mugam Jazz style, it was only a question of when and how Aziza would express her musical heritage, never an if...

Still, she came a long way from the headstrong child fascinated by any kind of art-form (be it music, dance or painting, but bored and annoyed by her early musical teachers, who demanded more commitment to her practicing) to the disciplined professional pianist/singer/composer. Not that she would have lost any of her self-determination. She always liked to have things her way, a philosophy that did not necessarily go down well with her teachers at Baku conservatory where she received classical piano training. While her all to obvious talent was never under dispute, her handling of musical icons was: neither Aziza's trangressive "additions" to Beethoven Sonatas, nor her improvisations on Bach fugues were very much appreciated. "I'm sure Bach would have agreed with it," she said with a smirk at an interview. It was in this same self-confident fashion that she would later on recruit Jazz celebrities such as Al Di Meola, Stanley Clarke, Omar Hakim or Bill Evans as supporting guests on her CD Dance of Fire. The fact that they all came to play her music is not a small achievement for a then 25 year old, not exactly well-known musician. Asked whether she was in the least intimidated by the famous lot she replies: "No. Not at all. In fact, I think I intimidated them a little. It took a lot of time to record and the music was very different. We had to stay up long hours and even then we recorded for the best part of a month."

Aziza started playing the piano when she was 3 years old, gave her first concerts with 14, and won her first international prizes with 17."It would have been a sin not to use this god-given gift," she muses. Next to God her parents are Aziza's most important musical leaders, especially her father. He tragically died at the early age of 39 of a heart attack after a performance in Uzbekistan, an event both devastating and strangely motivating for the ten-year old girl: With Vagif's death she not only lost her father but a source of inspiration and a gifted mentor for whose unceasing creativity Aziza continues to have the highest appreciation. "He was a genius. A true genius." Vagif continued to influence his daughter beyond his death it seems. Commenting on his death she muses: "For me, my father has never died. He simply has left this earth. I still feel his energy surrounding me. Sometimes, it's like his soul is flying around me, you know. There are times when I give concerts that I feel his presence so strongly, it's almost tangible. It's like I could reach out and touch him." Little surprise that her father is omnipresent in Aziza's work, be it in the form of one of his compositions or in a song dedicated to him.

After her husband's death Eliza Zadeh gave up her own career as a singer and invested her talent and professional knowledge into her daughter's musical education. In so doing she continued a tradition of musical collaboration that had formerly existed between herself and her husband. Eliza not only directed her daughter's vocal training but would later on become her manager, co-producer and confidante in all things regarding Aziza's own career.
In 1989 Aziza left her home Azerbaijan for Germany. At present she lives in Mainz. Found On


Jazz, Mugam and other Essentials of my life - Aziza with Betty Blair

All Eyes on Aziza - Catching up with Azerbaijan's Famous Jazz Artist - Aziza with Betty Blair

The Emergence of Jazz in Azerbaijan - Vagif Mustafazade: Fusing Jazz with Mugham - Vagif Samadoghlu

On Mugam


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Aziza Mustafa Zadeh - 1991
Cd Review

Aziza Mustafa Zadeh - Grand Piano / Vocal

Track listing

Quiet Alone - 3:37
Tea on the Carpet - 4:04
Cemetery - 6:49
Inspiration - 4:39
Reflection - 4:06
Oriental Fantasy - 11:14
Blue Day - 4:14
Character - 5:18
Aziza's Dream - 4:50
Chargah - 5:08
My Ballad - 4:17
I Cannot Sleep - 6:48
Moment - 0:46
Exprompt - 2:03
Two Candles - 5:59

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Always - 1993
Cd Review

Dave Weckl: drums
John Patitucci: A-Bass, 6-string E-Bass

1. Always
2. Heartbeat
3. Crying Earth
4. A.J.D.
5. Yandi Ganim Daha
6. I Don't Know
7. Vagif
8. Marriage Suite
9. Insult
10. Kaukas Mountains
11. Dangerous Piece

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Dance Of Fire - 1995
Cd Review

Al Di Meola (Acoustic Guitar)
Bill Evans (Soprano and Tenor Sax)
Stanley Clarke (Acoustic Bass, E-Basses)
Kai E. Karpeh De Camargo (5-string E-Basses)
Omar Hakim (Drums)

1 Boomerang 4:24
2 Dance of Fire 6:03
3 Sheherezadeh 2:53
4 Aspiration 2:23
5 Bana Bana Gel (Bad Girl) 12:32
6 Shadow 5:55
7 Carnival 7:29
8 Passion 7:11
9 Spanish Picture 9:02
10 To Be Continued 5:59
11 Father 5:57

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Seventh Truth - 1996
Cd Review

Aziza Mustafa Zadeh (Piano, Vocals, Congas)
Ramesh Shotam (Drums, Percussion)

1. Ay Dilber - 5:25
2. Lachin - 3:43
3. Interlude I - 2:06
4. Fly With Me - 7:07
5. F# - 4:18
6. Desperation - 6:21
7. Daha...(Again) - 4:53
8. I Am Sad - 4:55
9. Interlude II - 0:27
10. Wild Beauty - 4:34
11. Seventh Truth - 4:40
12. Sea Monster - 8:12

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Jazziza - 1997
Co-producer - Eliza Mustafa Zadeh
Engineer - Thomas Schmidt
Guitar - Philip Catherine
Harmonica - Toots Thielemans
Percussion - Eduardo Contrera
Piano, Vocals, Producer, Arranged By - Aziza Mustafa Zadeh

"Thanks to God for greatest gift - Life.
"I Can't Sleep" dedicated to genius Vagif." (A. M. Zadeh)

Track listing
1. Lover Man - 6:33 (J.Davis)
2. Sunny Rain - 6:03 (Aziza Mustafa Zadeh)
3. My Funny Valentine - 7:40 (Rogers & Hart)
4. Scrapple From The Apple - 1:15 (C.Parker)
5. Character - 5:57 (Aziza Mustafa Zadeh)
6. Nature Boy - 5:52 (E.Ahbez)
7. You've Changed - 5:46 (Carey & C.Fisher)
8. Butterflies - 1:28 (Aziza Mustafa Zadeh)
9. Black Orpheus - 8:15 (T.Jobim)
10. How Insensitive - 5:35 (T.Jobim)
11. Take Five - 6:52 (P.Desmond)
12. I Can't Sleep - 4:15 (Aziza Mustafa Zadeh)

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Inspiration: Colors & Reflections - 2000
Remixed Compilation

Bass [5-string Electric Bass, Fretless Bass] - Kai Eckhardt De Camargo
Bass [6-string Electric Bass] - John Patitucci
Bass [Acoustic, Electric] - Stanley Clarke
Drums - Dave Weckl
Drums, Congos - Omar Hakim
Guitar [Acoustic] - Al Di Meola , Torsten De Winkel
Piano [Grand], Vocals - Aziza Mustafa Zadeh
Producer - Reinhard Karwatky
Saxophone [Soprano, Tenor] - Bill Evans (3)

1 Insomnia (8:04)
2 Insult (4:04)
3 Spanish Picture (Remix) (4:30)
4 March (Vagif Month) (2:38)
5 Öz Allahina Düsmän (6:19)
6 Heartbeat (Upgraded Version) (7:39)
7 I Am Blue (2:04)
8 Waiting For Aziza (5:57)
9 Vocalise (2:19)
10 Inspiration (5:04)
11 Vagif Prelude (3:38)
12 Bana Bana Gel - Bad Girl (Radio Edit) (7:58)
13 139 Colors Of Sea (7:12)
14 Naje Sevim (8:22)
15 Night Interlude (2:39)

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Shamans - 2002

Engineer [Assistant] - Alex Scannel*
Executive Producer - Andrew Cornall
Mastered By, Edited By - Ian Watson (3)
Photography - Scott McGale (Decca)
Piano [Steinway & Sons], Vocals, Composed By, Arranged By - Aziza Mustafa Zadeh
Producer [Recording] - Andrew Cornall , Aziza Mustafa Zadeh , Eliza Mustafa Zadeh
Recorded By, Mixed By - Andrew Halifax
Recorded at "Abbey Road Studios", Studio 2, 19-22 June 2001.
Mastering and Editing Facilities at "Classic Sound Ltd."

"Ayrilik" is dedicated in memory of the beatiful Turkish singer, Zeki Müren.
"Shamans" are very special people, gifted by God...they can see who you are, and heal you in many ways.
"This album is dedicated to all spritual people" (Aziza Mustafa Zadeh)

1 Holiday Blessings (4:30)
2 Ladies Of Azerbaijan (5:00)
3 Uv (Unutma Vjdani) (5:48) [Lyrics Inspired By] - Aliagha Vakhid
4 Sweet Sadness (4:59)
5 M25 (2:58)
6 Ayrilik (4:54) Lyrics By - Hodjaty Nariman
7 Fire Worship (4:34)
8 Shamans (9:10)
9 Strange Mood (5:26)
10 Uzun Ince Bir Yoldayim (4:13) Written-By - Aşık Veysel*
11 Endless Power (3:43)
12 Melancholic Princess (4:20)
13 Bach-Zadeh (2:56) [Inspired By] - Johann Sebastian Bach
14 Portrait Of Chopin (5:36) [Inspired By] - Frédéric Chopin

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Contrasts - 2006
Recorded at the Jazziza Records Studio in october-november 2005.
Mixed and edited at the Bauer Studios

Aziza Mustafa Zadeh - a sketch

Singing, playing. Still singing? “My hands and my voice are fighting like a married couple, they are jealous of each other". Says Aziza mustafa Zadeh. And sometimes she lets both meet each other forcefully. Dancing Bolero with passionate piano explosions and an unleashed powerful voice she then withdraws herself, aspirates elegiac-dramatic variations about Chopins last days on the piano. The jazzy “Night Life in Georgia" almost becomes a “Lush Life", the stars dance to it, Sheherezadeh dreams, of Jazz, too, she lets bees whir and from afar Eric Satie greets to the “Cloudy Evening". A painting, that is what Aziza Mustafa Zadeh wants to actually create. An enormous palette of colors, processing thousands of impressions and influences. Azerbaijan, Baku, Mainz, home, stage, studio, mugam, classical music jazz, painting, nature, people. The traditions, the past, the roots. Her father, Vagif Mustafa Zadeh, an acclaimed jazz pianist-composer, who passed away in 1979. The mother, Eliza Mustafa Zadeh, singer and mentor of her daughter. And the musicions, of course, from Johann Sebastian Bach to Toots Thielemanns, from Frederic Chopin to Al Di Meola, from Philip Catherine to Nicolai Rimskij-Korsakow. What a painting! All of this put together in her own style, powerful and sensitive, award-winning. The Echo in Germany in 1994 and the Thelonious Monk Competition in Washington in the late eighties. Women from Azerbaijan, says the musician, are “delicate but proud". It is quite similar with the contrasts with seemingly antagonistic lines, which converge at Aziza Mustafa Zadeh, from which she designs new pictures, paintings, landscapes, a whole world, carefully and with caution in order for it not to become too flamboyant. “In music", she says, “you have to be very gentle". Like a nightingale, like a rose. Singing? Playing? Painting? Listening! What Contrasts!

1 Singing Nature (Zadeh) 5:09
2 Night Life In Georgien (Zadeh) 3:28
3 Stars Dance (Zadeh) 5:23
4 Dreaming Sheherezadeh (Zadeh) 2:50
5 Bachuana (Zadeh) 1:45
6 Last Day Of Chopin (Zadeh) 3:38
7 Past Of Future (Zadeh) 5:12
8 Contrasts (Zadeh) 5:36
9 Egocentric Bumble-Bee (Rimskij-Korsakow/Zadeh) 1:30
10 Jazzerei In Trumerei (Schumann/Zadeh) 4:30
11 Bolero (Ravel/Zadeh) 5:43
12 The Way To The Palace (Zadeh) 1:38
13 The Mirrow Of The Miracles (Zadeh) 1:45
14 The Naghtingale & The Rose (Rimskij-Korsakow/Zadeh) 4:45
15 Cloudy Evening (Zadeh) 3:26

Arranged by Aziza Mustafa Zadeh - Piano, Vocals

Total timing 56.57
Jazziza Records

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Contrasts II - Opera Jazz - 2007
Recorded at the Jazziza Records in December 2006/January 2007.
Mastered at the Bauer Studio in February 2007.


Take an abundance of Liszt, a little Shumann, add some Ravel and Rimskiy-Korsakow and just a little more Bach.
As if that was not enough contrast already, Aziza Mustafa Zadeh mixes in Jazz - a lot of Jazz - and Mugam music from her Azerbaijani hometown of Baku.
There are many contrasts in Aziza Mustafa Zadeh's work, not least due to the conflict between hands and voice, which Aziza Mustafa Zadeh acts out to the joy of her listeners, and which has continuously been documented on CD since 1991.
Aziza Mustafa Zadeh is a pianist. She is a pianist like her father, the acclaimed jazz-pianist and composer Vagif Mustafa Zadeh, who passed away much too early in 1979.
Aziza Mustafa Zadeh is a singer. She is a singer like her mother Eliza Mustafa Zadeh, her mentor and constant companion.
Now the pianist and the singer meet again and again and there are contrasts, as they could only be experienced before in her concert - “Opera Jazz".
It seems to be that two worlds meet. There is the pianist-composer - the Jazzer with romantic inclinations - who tells of angels, guarding dreams, of lonely dolphins, of two brothers and of colors, red and black.
And then there is a completely new world: the world of the great opera.
Mozart. His Countess Almaviva from “The Marriage of Figaro", Donna Anna from “Don Giovanni" and also the Queen of the Night from “The Magic Flute" borrow Aziza Mustafa Zadeh voice. She sings Leonora from Verdi's “The Power of Destiny" and Handel's Xerxes aria “Ombra mai fu", better known as “Largo". Her voice swings from mezzo-soprano to highest coloratura, always accompanied from her own arrangements on piano.
Here too can be heard, that all the contrasts, that Aziza Mustafa Zadeh uses are all that which Aziza Mustafa Zadeh loves: simply music. And perhaps a line from the Pergolesi attributed “Se tu m'ami" is something like a trademark for this glamorous singer, pianist and composer: “Non perche me piace il giglio gli altri fiori sprezzero." - “Just because the lily pleases me, I do not have to despise the other flowers."

Mainz, April 2007 Werner Wenzel


1. Introduction (Zadeh)
2. Mozart's Jazz Ballade (Zadeh/Mozart)
3. Guarding Dreams (Zadeh)
4. The Queen Of The Night (Zadeh/Mozart)
5. Gothic Jazz (Zadeh/Handel)
6. Red In Black (Zadeh)
7. If You Love Me (Zadeh/Pergolesi)
8. Bachmania (Zadeh)
9. Do Not Tell Me (Zadeh/Mozart)
10. One Day, Perhaps (Zadeh/Mozart)
11. Lonely Dolphin (Zadeh)
12. Barabashka (Zadeh)
13. Peace, Peace, My God (Zadeh/Verdi)
14. Two Brothers (Zadeh)


“Two Brothers" - to Niko Pirosmani and Sattar Bahlulzadeh.
“Peace, Peace, My God" - to Maria Callas.
“If You Love Me" - to Claudia Muzio.

Arranged by Aziza Mustafa Zadeh
Total timing 53:48

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All Cd Covers & Photos

Aziza Mustafa Zadeh - Live in Halle (2003)
Oriental / Jazz / Mugam
1CD | 7 Tracks | MP3 Lame, VBR 232 kbps | 0H49M | 80 MB | RS

01 - Track 1
02 - Prelude
02 - Track 3
04 - Track 4
05 - Track 5
06 - Track 6
07 - Track 7

Aziza Mustafa Zadeh in concerto - 1994
Length 1:07:01 | 352x288 | 4:3 | 25.00fps | MPEG1 (1150Kbps) | MPEG Audio 44100 Hz, Stereo, 224 kbps | 676 MB | RS
Jazz Concert

01 Always
02 Quiet Alone
03 Mon Vaqilim Giziyam
04 Oriental Fantasy
05 Black Orpheus
06 Heartbeart
07 Gadma Gozal
08 Don't Explain
09 Inspiration
10 Take Five
11 Women

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Aziza Mustafa Zadeh - Tribute Concert to Vagif Mustafa-Zadeh Live In Baku (1989)
TVRip | Divx5 @ 1200 kbps | 1:29:50 | 4:3 | 25fps | 640 x 480 | MP3 2.0 @ 128 kbps | 861 MB @ RS

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Aziza Mustafa Zadeh, Burghausen Internationale JazzWouche (2002)
Mugam Jazz, Classical, Fusion, Ethnic
DVDRip | Divx5 @ 1200 kbps | 1:22:43 | 4:3 | 25fps | 640 x 480 | MP3 2.0 @ 128 kbps | 792 MB @ RS

Aziza Mustafa Zadeh - at the Jazz Festival in Burghauzen

1 Holiday Blessings
2 Prelude
3 Ladies from Azerbaidjan
4 Unutma Vidjani
5 Melancholic Princess
6 Shamans
7 Fantasy
8 I't Aint Necessarily So
9 Courante
10 Bolero
11 Tiramisu


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Bonus Live Video
Aziza Mustafa Zadeh - Unutma Vijdan - Live On sat3 TV
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Aziza Mustafazade - Live at Baku Jazz Festival (2007)
SAT-TV-Rip | DivX 6.7 @ 1200 kbps | 27:40 | 4:3 | 25fps | 640 x 480 | MP3 2.0 @ 128 kbps | 265 MB @ RS

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robo said...

AWESOME! Thank you so much for this. I was looking for some of her records for long. You made it!

musician3 said...

Great........Thank You Very Much
FOR ALL!!!!!!