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Chick Corea, Weather Report, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Brand X and More

Read "Chick Corea, Weather Report, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Brand X and More" reviewed by Len Davis


This week we explore the world of classic '70s fusion, '90s electric guitar jazz after opening with Isolation, an album recorded during these lockdown months. Playlist The Backstage “Some Skunk Blues" from Isolation (Reingold Records) 00:00 Chick Corea “Night Sprite" from The Leprechaun (Verve) 08:23 Weather Report “Black Market" from Black Market (Columbia) 16:46 ...

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Article: Radio

Stanley Clarke, Return to Forever, Soft Machine and More

Read "Stanley Clarke, Return to Forever, Soft Machine and More" reviewed by Len Davis


In the second part of this week's show we take the way back machine and revel in the glow of classic Jazz Rock and Fusion from the 70's. Enjoy the show! Playlist Stanley Clarke “Power" Stanley Clarke (Columbia) 0:07:22 Return to Forever “Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy" After the Cosmic Rain (Polygram) ...

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Article: Live Review

PAKT at ShapeShifter Lab

Read "PAKT at ShapeShifter Lab" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


PAKT ShapeShifter Lab Brooklyn, New York August 15, 2020 For their live stream concert from Brooklyn's ShapeShifter Lab, guitarists Alex Skolnick and Tim Motzer, fretless bass guitarist Percy Jones and drummer Kenny Grohowski followed New York's pandemic guidelines: they wore masks and maintained a six-foot social distance. So retroactively, organizer Leonardo ...

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Article: Album Review

Brand X: Live: The Rites of Spring Festival 2018

Read "Live: The Rites of Spring Festival 2018" reviewed by Roger Weisman


It seems odd that in their four decades of existence (admittedly, with some definite gaps in activity) Brand X has never officially released any type of concert video document. Then again, perhaps it's not all that surprising. Brand X has always been a musicians' band. Image never seemed to be a concern. It is fitting that ...

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Live: The Rites of Spring Festival 2018

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Track listing: Nightmare Patrol; Disco Suicide; Not Good Enough; Born Ugly; Noddy Goes to Sweden; Why Should I Lend You Mine; Maybe I’ll Lend You Mine Anyway; Cambodia; Malaga Virgen.

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Locked & Loaded

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Track listing: Disco Suicide; Earth Dance; Euthanasia Waltz; Isis Mourning; The Poke; Nuclear Burn; Cambodia (exclusive bonus track).

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Article: Album Review

John McLaughlin: John McLaughlin and Jimmy Herring - Live in San Francisco

Read "John McLaughlin and Jimmy Herring - Live in San Francisco" reviewed by Mike Jacobs


If you're a concert-goer of a certain age (and ilk), 2017 and early 2018 have proven fairly remarkable. Whether “last waltzes," overdue reunions or just plain old-school tenacity, many titans and heroes of the jazz-rock/prog era--such as Brand X, King Crimson, Soft Machine and The Dixie Dregs--have been making the rounds in some major markets and ...

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Article: Album Review

Brand X: Locked & Loaded

Read "Locked & Loaded" reviewed by John Kelman


There are a great many bands whose lineups have been so fluid that keeping track of who was in the band when is no mean feat. Few bands have, however, had as complicated a history as Brand X. Even in its latest re-reincarnation, there's been a lineup shift between the high octane fusion group's January, 2017 ...

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But Wait… There’s More! / Live 2017

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Track listing: Intro; Nightmare Patrol; Euthanasia Waltz; Born Ugly; Isis Mourning; Nuclear Burn; Magic Mist; Why Should I Lend You Mine…; …Maybe I'll Lend You Mine After All; Hate Zone; And So to F; Malaga Virgen


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