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Together is an album by the guitarists Larry Coryell and Emily Remler, which was released by Concord Jazz records in 1985. “This interesting and one-time matchup features Larry Coryell and Emily Remler on a set [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 Marble Sea” (Randy Brecker) from the debut album “Score” (1970). Personnel: Randy Brecker – trumpet Michael Brecker – tenor saxophone Jerry Dodgson – flute Larry Coryell – guitar Eddie Gomez – bass Mickey Roker [More]
The companion to Twin House proves to be just as good as the first. This session is a bit more experimental than the first and includes the always reliable Joachim Kühn on piano (“Dues Xango”). [More]
Larry Coryell made his earliest recordings as a leader for Vanguard and most of his sessions from 1968-75. After working for a variety of other labels, he came back for this lone effort in 1979. [More]
Coryell is Larry Coryell‘s second album as a leader. The album was released 1969 on the Vanguard label. AllMusic Review by Matt Collar: A forward-thinking jazz guitarist and early architect of electric fusion, Larry Coryell [More]
In 1979 and 1980 three world renowned guitarists, John McLaughlin, Larry Coryell and Paco De Lucia formed a guitar super-trio and toured Europe. The spell-binding quality of the music that the collaboration created as an [More]