Indo-Jazz Fusion - Go Your Own Way album FLAC
Recorded on March 7, 1970, "Go Ahead John" is an outtake from Miles Davis's Jack Johnson sessions. Davis's 1969 album In a Silent Way is considered his first fusion album.
Criteria: These Fusion Albums were chosen to showcase the artists musical vision through their originality, influence, instrumental quality and creative inspiration. Definition: In the late 1960s, jazz musicians began mixing the forms and improvisational techniques of jazz with the electric instruments of rock and the rhythms of soul and rhythm and blues. At the same time, some rock artists began adding jazz elements to their music. Fusion has gone on to often include world music and other elements
Joe Harriott - John Mayer Double Quintet – Indo-Jazz Fusions. Label: Atlantic – SD 1482. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo. Style: Fusion, Folk, Free Improvisation.
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Jazz fusion? That’s big hair and flares, right? The genre in which jazz acts go electric and incorporate elements of funk and rock with jazz improvisation, all rolled up into lengthy jams? Well, yes, but only if you’re stuck in the late 1960s or early ’70s. Perhaps you’re imagining big productions with synths, epic guitar solos and the slap bass that dominated the ’80s instead? That sound proved to be very popular in Japan, and fusion bands such as Casiopeia and T-Square have remained active for more than 35 years, keeping large, faithful followings. After releasing its debut album in 2001, the group was dormant for a decade as the members pursued their own projects. The trio will also be taking its music on the road, with a nationwide tour coming up in July that will definitely be worth catching.
Shop Indo Jazz Suite. This is the first of three (to my knowledge) indo-jazz fusion experiments conducted by West Indian alto player and Calcutta bred John Mayer. Since the essence of indian music is improvisation jazz has a great affinity with it. The experiment succeeds to produce music which is fascinating to listen to, rich in tone and rhythm.
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- Accompanied By – John Mayer Group
- Written-By, Producer, Arranged By – Frank Cordell