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Didier Lockwood, Jan Hammer, Jeff Beck, Alan Holdsworth and Piere Moerlens Gong


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Didier Lockwood, Jeff Beck and Jan Hammer, Brian Bromberg plays Jimi Hendrix and drummer {Bill Bruford}} David Sancious, Pier Moerlens' Gong, Jaco Pastorius, Steve Grossman and Billy Cobham.


  • Didier Lockwood "Fast Travel" from Live at Montreaux (MPS) 00:00
  • Jeff Beck Group "You Never Know" from Live at Hollywood Bowl (Eagle Vision) 09:58
  • Jan Hammer-Jeff Beck "Drive" from Drive (Miramar) 13:28
  • Brian Bromberg "Manic Depression" from Brian Bromberg play Jimi Hendrix (Artistry Music) 17:20
  • Alan Holdsworth "Alphaezilian" from Road games (Warner) 24:20r
  • Bill Bruford "Beelzebub" from Master Strokes (EG) 27:41
  • David Sancious "Run" from Just As I Thought (One Way Records) 31:21
  • Pier Moerlens Gong "Crosscurrents" from Downwind (Arista) 39:21
  • Jaco Pastorius "Vampira/Overtoned" from Jaco (Improvising Artistsl) 47:54
  • Steve Grossman "Arfonk" from Perspective (Atlantic) 53:25
  • Billy Cobham "Flight Time" from Flight Time (INAK) 1:00:13

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