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Various - A Fusion Guitar Tribute - Visions Of An Inner Mounting Apocalypse

Various - A Fusion Guitar Tribute - Visions Of An Inner Mounting Apocalypse

Singer: Various
Title: A Fusion Guitar Tribute - Visions Of An Inner Mounting Apocalypse
Country: Russia
Released: 2005
Style: Jazz-Rock, Fusion, Prog Rock
Rating: 4.2 ☆
Votes: 235 ⛹
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Tracklist

1 Steve Lukather Birds Of Fire
2 Mike Stern Can't Stand Your Funk
3 Steve Morse Celestial Terrestrial Commuters
4 Jimmy Herring Meeting Of The Spirits
5 Jeff Richman Jazz
6 Frank Gambale / Jerry Goodman Dawn
7 Greg Howe Dance Of Maya
8 David Fiuczynski Faith
9 Warren Haynes / Jerry Goodman Lila's Dance
10 John Abercrombie Follow Your Heart

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Mascot Records
  • Distributed By – ООО "Дарк Дивижн"

Credits

  • Bass Guitar – Kai Eckhardt
  • Drums – Vinnie Colaiuta
  • Guitar – Jeff Richman
  • Keyboards – Mitchel Forman
  • Violin – Jerry Goodman

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TC 40402 Various Visions Of An Inner Mounting Apocalypse: A Fusion Guitar Tribute ‎(CD, Album) Tone Center TC 40402 US 2005
M 7117 2 Various Visions Of An Inner Mounting Apocalypse: A Fusion Guitar Tribute ‎(CD, Album) Mascot Records M 7117 2 Netherlands 2005


Reviews (1)
August
Guitarist Jeff Richman conceived of, produced, and arranged for this project. A tribute to the Mahavishnu Orchestra, it utilizes the same instrumentation, with Mahavishnu alumnus Jerry Goodman being a welcome addition on violin. Each song features a different guitarist and there is plenty of heat displayed by the individual but complementary players (practically every top fusion guitarist other than Al DiMeola), all of whom are rockish and passionate. One almost doesn't miss John McLaughlin, since the band is playing his songs and the guitarists are mostly influenced by him. The only change of pace from the intensity is the closer, a version of the relatively mellow "Follow Your Heart" (which predated the Mahavishnu Orchestra) featuring John Abercrombie. This project is well conceived, and one would imagine that John McLaughlin would appreciate the colorful tribute. ~ Scott Yanow

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