A Nostalgic Journey With Fusion From The '70sBy
Click the play button to listenA nostalgic journey to the '70s with Herbie Hancock, Brand X, Soft Machine, Gong, The Eleventh House Larry Coryell, Michal Urbaniak, Brecker Brothers, Tony Williams, Billy Cobham and Jean-Luc Ponty.
- Herbie Hancock "Sansho Shima" from Secrets (Record Label) 00:00
- Brand X "Malaga Virgen" from Livestock (Charisma) 05:39
- Soft Machine "Out Of Season" from Softs (Harvest) 11:24
- Gong "Boring" from Expresso 2 (Virgin) 17:01
- Larry Coryell "Yin Yang" from Aspects (Arista) 22:43
- Michal Urbaniak "Bahamian Harvest" from Fusion (MPS) 28:33
- The Brecker Brothers "Squids" from Heavy Metal Be Bop (Arista) 34:06
- Tony Williams "Red Alert" from Believe It (Columbia) 39:48
- Billy Cobham "Taurian Matador" from Spectrum (Atlantic) 45:33
- Jean-Luc Ponty "Tarantula" from Imaginary Voyage (Atlantic) 51:13
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