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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Birds Of Fire (6:47)
2. Can't Stand Your Funk (6:43)
3. Celestrial Terrestrial Commuters (4:46)
4. Meeting Of The Spirits (6:51)
5. Jazz (4:53)
6. Dawn (6:34)
7. Lila's Dance (5:22)
8. Faith (5:47)
9. Dance Of Maya (6:16)
10. Follow Your Heart (7:46)

Total Time: 61:45

Line-up / Musicians

- Vinnie Colaiuta / drums
- Kai Eckhardt / bass
- Mitchel Forman / keyboards
- Jeff Richman / guitars

Guest musicians:
- Steve Lukather / guitar (1)
- Mike Stern / guitar (2)
- Jerry Goodman / violin (2)
- Steve Morse / guitar (3)
- Jimmy Herring / guitar (4)
- Frank Gambale / guitar (6)
- Jerry Goodman / violin (6)
- Warren Haynes / guitar (7)
- Jerry Goodman / violin (7)
- David Fiuczynski / guitar (8)
- Greg Howe / guitar (9)
- Jerry Goodman / violin (9)
- John Abercrombie / guitar (10)

Releases information

CD Tone Center Records TC 40402 (at the date of writing, July 2005, no European date of release set but assume it will be released by Escapade Records).

Tone Center Record's Mark Varney, comes up with another jazz rock fusion tribute album after the enjoyable Weather Report double CD set, ' Mysterious Voyages', a Coltrane tribute in 'A Guitar Supreme' and the Jeff Beck tribute 'The Loner' (and a Miles Davis is promised soon). All these tributes remind from the list of musicians contributing, that rock and jazz have been partners in progressive rock as well as jazz rock fusion since the beginning. (But note: despite the guitar-listing on the front of the insert, Allan Holdsworth is not on this album)

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5 stars Very glad I read up on this so I, too, could be enraged by this false advertising haha. Good God. They really were like, "Oh yeah, the excellent Allan Holdsworth, one of the greatest guitarists of all time, is on this album" and he straight up wasn't... Woof. Fortunately, here is a tribute to Ma ... (read more)

Report this review (#2696751) | Posted by DangHeck | Friday, March 4, 2022 | Review Permanlink

5 stars "Better than the originals !" - here's what a big Mahavishnu fan could say - and this is what I say myself.. John McLaughlin's exceptional compositions are interpreted with the power and the sound that can be expected from all the talented musicians (mainly guitarists) that feature on this album. T ... (read more)

Report this review (#87942) | Posted by ashro | Wednesday, August 23, 2006 | Review Permanlink

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