Larry Coryell - The Real Great Escape album FLAC
The Real Great Escape. Written-By – Larry Coryell. 2. Are You Too Clever. Written-By – Julie Coryell. 3. Love Life's Offering. The Real Great Escape (LP, Album, Promo). The Real Great Escape (LP, Album).
The Real Great Escape, 1973. The Real Great Escape, 1973. Are You Too Clever, 05:28. All My Love's Laughter, 04:27.
Spaces is an album by jazz guitarist Larry Coryell that was released in 1970 by Vanguard Records. Coryell is accompanied by John McLaughlin on guitar, Chick Corea on electric piano, Miroslav Vitouš on bass, and Billy Cobham on drums. The album was produced by Daniel Weiss and engineered by David Baker and Paul Berkowitz. The album is sometimes considered to have started the jazz fusion genre. Larry Coryell – guitar. John McLaughlin – guitar. Chick Corea – electric piano. Miroslav Vitouš – bass.
Larry Coryell - The Real Great Escape ◄ (2 versions) Vanguard 1973. Bach - The Intimate . Bach (LP, Gat) Vanguard, Vanguard 1973. Larry Coryell - Planet End Vanguard 1975. Big Mama Thornton - Sassy Mama! ◄ (2 versions) Vanguard 1975. Larry Coryell - The Restful Mind ◄ (2 versions) Vanguard 1975. The Great Escape is a 1963 American epic war film starring Steve McQueen, James Garner and Richard Attenborough, and featuring James Donald, Charles Bronson, Donald Pleasence, James Coburn, and Hannes Messemer. It was filmed in Panavision.
The Real Great Escape is Larry Coryell's eighth album as a leader. The album was released 1973 on the Vanguard label featuring Steve Marcus on saxophone, Mervin Bronson on bass, Mike Mandel on keyboards, Harry Wilkinson on drums. The album peaked number 35 on the Jazz Albums chart. Side one. "The Real Great Escape" (Larry Coryell) – 7:33. Are You Too Clever" (Julie Coryell) – 5:24. Love Life's Offering" (Larry Coryell) – 3:21. Side two. "Makes Me Want To Shout" (Larry Coryell) – 5:23.
Larry Coryell & The Eleventh House At Montreaux. The Real Great Escape.
The real great escape. Indeed, TRGE is a sub-par album that ranges from almost country rock with brass/horns arrangements ala BS&T as in the closing PF Sloan or semi Savoy Brown boogie of the title track, the only long song that allows a bit of an escape from basic song structures. Wife Julie signs two tracks, while hubby Larry signs four, the rest being covers, two of them from Jim Webb.