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John McLaughlin and the 4th Dimension: Live at Ronnie Scott's

Read "Live at Ronnie Scott's" reviewed by Geno Thackara


Music has taken him and his guitar to some of the most exotic far reaches of the world, but Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club will always have a special place in John McLaughlin's heart. His mid-1960s time in the famous jny: London venue's house band was a key early step in his musical life, and he idly ...

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John McLaughlin and The 4th Dimension: John McLaughlin and The 4th Dimension: To The One

Read "John McLaughlin and The 4th Dimension: To The One" reviewed by John Kelman


After two studio albums that fell into the category of special projects--the large-casted but surprisingly cohesive Industrial Zen (Verve, 2005) and synth-laden Floating Point (Abstract Logix, 2008), where the iconic guitarist flipped his past concerns of playing eastern music with a western sensibility by recruiting a largely Indian group to play some very western fusion--John McLaughlin ...

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Live @ Belgrade

Read "Live @ Belgrade" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


John McLaughlin and The 4th Dimension Live @ Belgrade Abstract Logix (2007) Valutazione: 3,5 stelle La musica Fusion sta cercando di rialzare la testa con due dei suoi alfieri principali: John McLaughlin e Chick Corea. I due, entrambi allievi di Miles Davis alla fine degli anni sessanta, hanno da poco formato un loro gruppo ('Five Peace ...


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