Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by Cactus Bob, Jul 8, 2011.
Japan 1st press, 1988;
That album looked so familiar I looked through my fusion record pile and found the following:
Now that I have functioning turntables again I hope to get these into the queue asap thanks to your heads up!
I have not heard this one yet, how does it stack up against his other work?
I would say in the middle.
Missing Bill? ; )
Aiming to pay in the near future
Piggybacking on a couple of earlier posts -
From the man whom may have started the entire genre long ago, Larry Coryell.
First up on playlist, my fave Eleventh House (1st) album..."Introducing", here in full (45 min) - iconic & epic.
Next up, tune from same band, album Level One, here's song "Some Greasy Stuff" (3 and 1/2 min) -
Third up on playlist, same band, full LIVE album, "At Montreux" (36 min) -
Lastly, *EXTREMELY RARE* live concert video of band Live in Oslo (39 min), this is just killer footage & rarely captured live like this-
Cheers fusioneers !, some playlist for pleasurable listening before the Big Game !
Spinning some records in the bedroom for a change. Pay no mind to the ugly lamp sideways between the table and speaker. Bedroom is her domain, I'm lucky I managed to set up any gear in here at all.
Brett Garsed – guitar, production
Allan Holdsworth – additional guitar solos (tracks 2, 4)
Derek Sherinian – keyboard, production
Virgil Donati – drums, orchestration, production
Jimmy Johnson – bass (except tracks 5, 9)
Rufus Philpot – bass (tracks 5, 9)
Matt Flinker – engineering
Jamie Black – engineering
Steve Scanlon – mixing (except track 9), mastering
Simon Phillips – mixing (track 9)
Mike Stern - Give and Take
Separate names with a comma.