The Trio of Doom was a short-lived jazz fusion power trio consisting of John McLaughlin on guitar, Jaco Pastorius on bass, and Tony Williams on drums. They were brought together by Columbia Records in 1979 [More]
Planet End is an album by jazz guitarist Larry Coryell that was released in 1975 by Vanguard Records. It was the final recording for Vanguard and reached number 39 on the 1976 Jazz Albums chart. [More]
The Inner Mounting Flame is the debut studio album by multinational jazz-rock fusion band Mahavishnu Orchestra, released in August 1971 by Columbia Records. After their formation, the group performed several debut gigs before they entered [More]
Track listing: 00:00 1 Arc of the Pendulum 14:23 2. El Nino 28:10 3. The Cost of Living 43:36 4. The Impaler 56:54 5. ‘Round Midnight 1:08:17 6. Song for Bilbao 1:20:51 7. Slings & [More]
Big Fun is a compilation album by American jazz trumpeter Miles Davis. It was released by Columbia Records on April 19, 1974, and compiled recordings Davis had made in sessions between 1969 and 1972. Track listing: [More]
Tracklist: 1 Purple 9:40 2 Mood 7:34 3 Water Lilie 8:57 4 Dolores 4:10 5 It Came from Knowhere 5:18 Personnel: Billy Cobham – drums John McLaughlin – guitar Miroslav Vitous – synthesizer, bass, guitar, [More]
Live-Evil is an album of both live and studio recordings by American jazz musician Miles Davis. Parts of the album featured music from Davis’ concert at the Cellar Door in 1970, which producer Teo Macero [More]
Love Devotion Surrender is an album released in 1973 by guitarists Carlos Santana and John McLaughlin, with the backing of their respective bands, Santana and The Mahavishnu Orchestra. The album was inspired by the teachings [More]
Between Nothingness & Eternity is the first live album of Mahavishnu Orchestra, and last with the original line-up, released in 1973. Track listing: Side one 1. “Trilogy: Sunlit Path/La Mere de la Mer/Tomorrow’s Story Not [More]
Jack Johnson, later reissued as A Tribute to Jack Johnson, is a 1971 studio album and soundtrack by American jazz trumpeter, composer, and bandleader Miles Davis. In 1970, Davis was asked by Bill Cayton to [More]