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Weather Report: Forecast: Tomorrow

Label: Legacy Recordings
Released: 2006
Track listing:

In a Silent Way; Super Nova; Experience in E (Excerpt); Milky Way; Tears; Eurydice (full version); Orange Lady; Unknown Soldier; Directions (Take 1); Surucucu; Second Sunday in August; 125th Street Congress.

Disc 2:

Nubian Sundance; Blackthorn Rose; Badia; Cannon Ball; Black Market; Three Clowns; Havona; Birdland; Palladium; The Pursuit Of The Woman With The Feathered Hat; The Orphan; Sightseeing.

Disc 3:

Dream Clock; Three Views Of A Secret; Port Of Entry; Dara Factor Two; Procession; Plaza Real; The Well; D-Flat Waltz; Domino Theory; Predator; Face On The Barroom Floor; Indiscretions; 125th Street Progress.


Black Market; Scarlet Woman; Young And Fine; The Pursuit Of The Woman With The Feathered Hat; A Remark You Made; River People; Thanks For The Memories/Delores; Portrait of Tracy/Third Stone From The Sun; Mr. Gone; In A Silent Way; Waterfall; Teen Town; I Got It Bad And That Ain


Weather Report: Forecast: Tomorrow

Read "Weather Report: Forecast: Tomorrow" reviewed by Ronald S. Russ

Weather Report Forecast: Tomorrow Columbia/Legacy 2006 If you followed jazz during the 1970s you were well aware of Weather Report. They consistently won the Down Beat readers' poll for jazz group of the year and helped forge a link between jazz, rock, and what would be later termed world music. ...


Weather Report: Forecast: Tomorrow

Read "Weather Report: Forecast: Tomorrow" reviewed by John Kelman

Weather Report Forecast: Tomorrow Columbia/Legacy 2006 While the virtuosity of its members was never in dispute, of all the groups that emerged in the 1970s fusion era, Weather Report was the one that best avoided the trappings of excess--the victory of technical facility over musical substance to which ...


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