No Mystery - Larry Coryell

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  1. The Real Great Escape is Larry Coryell's eighth album as a leader. The album was released 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 alternative.cohuginnmetilarfordredora.infoinfo: Jazz fusion, psychedelic rock.
  2. Nov 01,  · Larry Coryell was part of that trio in the late s before bowing out and being replaced by Di Meola for the recording. For this concert at the Montreux Casino, Di Meola is joined by Coryell and French guitarist Biréli Lagrène.
  3. No Mystery Returns (feat. Al Di Meola, Chick Corea, Lenny White and Stanley Clarke) The Anthology Larry Coryell Journey to Love Stanley Clarke 60 million songs. Three months on us. Start your free trial * Learn more * New subscribers only. Plan automatically renews after trial.
  4. Super Guitar Trio Live at Montreux Eagle Rock The word "super" as a way of sneaking in as a descriptive epithet, merited or not. In this instance it sits upfront of Guitar Trio, the triumvirate comprised of Larry Coryell, Al Di Meola and Biréli Lagrène.
  5. Larry recorded one of Tracey’s compositions, “First Day of Autumn” on his album “The Lift “ in on Wide Hive Records. In the Seventies, he led the group Foreplay with Mike Mandel, a friend since childhood, although the albums of this period, Barefoot Boy, Offering, and The Real Great Escape, were credited only to "Larry Coryell.
  6. Virtuoso jazz guitar trio: Larry Coryell, Al Di Meola & Biréli Lagrene playing famous Chick Corea`s composition No Mystery. Montraux Jazz Festival, Virtuoso jazz guitar trio: Larry Coryell, Al Di Meola & Biréli Lagrene playing famous Chick Corea`s composition No Mystery. Al Di Meola, Larry Coryell & Biréli Lagrene - No Mystery.
  7. Jul 11,  · As far as Jazz-Rock-Fusion albums go this is one of the very best. Very impressive for his first solo album! This album, originally released on Nemperor Records, made the Billboard Music Charts on 1/31/ Guest musicians include Hubert Laws, Al Di Meola, Larry Coryell, Jimmy Smith, David Sancious and Larry Young/5(24).

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