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Mahavishnu Redefined: A Tribute to John McLaughlin and the Mahavishnu Orchestra

Mahavishnu Redefined: A Tribute to John McLaughlin and the Mahavishnu Orchestra by Various Artists buy album

Various Artists

Label: ESC Records
Released: 2009
Views: 694

Track Listing

CD1: Celestial Terrestrial Commuters (Gary Husband); Dding Dek (Nguyên Lê); Thousand Island Park (Mitchel Forman); Guardian Angels (Pascal Bournet); Eternity's Breath Pt. 1 + 2 (HR Big Band feat. Billy Cobham); Some Timeless (Ron Thaler); Sanctuary (Mahavishnu Project); In All Her Finery (Jim Beard); JM (Pete McCann); A Lotus on Irish Streams (John Stowell); Visions of Fire (Trinity Xperiment); The Wish (Lucas Pickford & Steve Hunt); The Same Day (Gustavo Assis-Brasil). CD2: Trilogy (Wild Strings Quartet); Way Down (John Bruschini); Meeting of the Spirits (radio.string.quartet.vienna); Paris on Mine (Dennis Chambers); Do You Hear the Voices You Left Behind (Göran Klinghagen Trio); La Mere De La Mer / Smile of the Beyond (Mahavishnu Project String Quartet); Would you like to dance? (Vic Stevens); John's Blues (Kimo Williams & Kimotion); Open Country Joy (Pascal Bournet & Enrique Alberti); One Word (Gianfranco Continenza); Song to John (Mads Tolling); Cosmic Strut (Richard Smith).

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Gary Husband: piano and "in piano" percussion (CD1#1); Nguyên Lê: guitar (CD1#2); Renaud Garcia-Fons: vbass (CD1#2); Tino di Geraldo: drums and percussion (CD1#2); Kudsi Erguner: ney flute (CD1#2); Illya Amar: marimba and tuned gongs (CD1#2); Mitchel Forman: keyboards (CD1#3); Trey Henry: bass (CD1#3); Ray Brinker: drums (CD1#3); Pascal Bournet: acoustic guitar (CD1#4); Heinz Dieter Sauerborn: alto saxophone (CD1#5); Oliver Leicht: alto and soprano saxophones (CD1#5); Harry Petersen: tenor saxophone (CD1#5); Johannes Enders: tenor saxophone (CD1#5); Rainer Heute: baritone saxophone (CD1#5); Tobias Weidinger: trumpet (CD1#5); Martin Auer: trumpet (CD1#5); Thomas Vogel: trumpet (CD1#5); Günter Bollmann: trombone (CD1#5); Peter Feil: trombone (CD1#5); Christian Jaksjo: trombone (CD1#5); Manfred Honetschlager: bass trombone (CD1#5); Martine Scales: guitar (CD1#5); Peter Reiter: piano, Rhodes and keyboards (CD1#5); Thomas Heidepriem: electric bass (CD1#5); Billy Cobham: drums (CD1#5); Colin Towns: arrangements (CD1#5); Ron Thaler: drums (CD1#6); Chris Clark: keyboards (CD1#6); Ron Bertolet: alto saxophone (CD1#6); Jeff Carney: bass (CD1#6); Gregg Bendian: drums (CD1#7); Glenn Alexander: guitar (CD1#7); Zach Brock: violin (CD1#7); Adam Holzmann: keyboards (CD1#7); Dave Johnson: bass (CD1#7); Matt Szemela: violin (CD1#7, CD2#6); Jeremy Kittel: violin (CD1#7, CD2#6); Jon Weber: viola (CD1#7, CD2#6); Leigh Stuart: cello (CD1#7, CD2#6); Melissa Stylianou: voice (CD1#7, CD2#6); Premik Russell Tubbs: alto flute and soprano saxophone (CD1#7); Jim Beard: keyboards (CD1#8), Hammond B3 (CD2#4), acoustic piano (CD2#4); Marc Quinones: percussion (CD1#8); Aaron Heick: flute, clarinet, English horn and oboe (CD1#8); Stan Harrison: flute and clarinet (CD1#8); Todd Reynolds: violin (CD1#8); Erik Friedlander: cello (CD1#8); John Patitucci: double-bass (CD1#8); Billy Ward: drums (CD1#8); Pete McCann: guitar (CD1#9); John O'Gallagher: saxophone (CD1#9); John Herbert: bass (CD1#9); Mark Ferber: drums (CD1#9); Mike Holober: piano (CD1#9); John Stowell: acoustic guitar (CD1#10); Franz Holtmann: guitar (CD1#11); Mathias Krauss: Rhodes, organ, keys and programming (CD1#11); Gudze: bass (CD1#11); Jost Nickel: drums (CD1#11); Lucas Pickford: bass and sarod (CD1#12); Steve Hunt: synths and programming (CD1#12); Vinay Kantak: tablas, tambourine and shaker (CD1#12); Gustavo Assis-Brasil: guitar (CD1#13); José Pienasola: bass (CD1#13); Mauricio Zottarelli: drums (CD1#13); Marco Anderson: six and twelve string guitars (CD2#1); Philip Gibbs: guitar and tenor guitar (CD2#1); Ale Fernandez: guitar (CD2#1); Peter Evans: violin and string samples (CD2#1); Ron Savage: acoustic bass (CD2#1); John Bruschini: guitar (CD2#2); Robert Aires: keyboards (CD2#2); Jim Nolet: viola (CD2#2); Kip Reed: bass (CD2#2); Jeff Hirshfield: drums (CD2#2); Bernie Mallinger: violin (CD2#3); Johannes Dickbauer: violin (CD2#3); Cynthia Liao: viola (CD2#3); Asja Valcic: cello (CD2#3); Jon Herington: guitar (CD2#4); Bob Malach: tenor saxophone (CD2#4); Matthew Garrison: bass (CD2#4); Michael Davis: trombone (CD2#4); Dennis Chambers: drums (CD2#4); Göran Klinghagen: guitar (CD2#5); Christian Spering: bass (CD2#5); Leroy Lowe: drums (CD2#5); David Fiuczynski: guitar (CD2#7); Percy Jones: bass (CD2#7); Demetrios Pappas: keyboards (CD2#7); Vic Stevens: drums (CD2#7); Vinnie Colaiuta: drums (CD2#8); Larry Kohut: bass (CD2#8); Ben Lewis: keyboards (CD2#8); Chris Siebold: guitar (CD2#8); Kirk Garrison: trumpet (CD2#8); Matt Lewis: trumpet (solo) (CD2#8); Willie Murillo: trumpet (CD2#8); Tuim Rubottom: trumpet (CD2#8); John Mose: trombone (solo) (CD2#8); Jim Boltinghouse: trombone (CD2#8); Peter Brockmann: trombone (CD2#8); Dave Ryan: trombone (CD2#8); Mitch Paliga: tenor saxophone (CD2#8); Roger Neuman: tenor saxophone (CD2#8); Jim Ogdren: alto saxophone (CD2#8); Paul McGinely: alto saxophone (CD2#8); Ted Hogarth: baritone saxophone (CD2#8); Scot Breadman: percussion (CD2#8); Kimo Williams: arrangements (CD2#8); Pascal Bournet: acoustic guitar (CD2#9); Enrique Alberti: cello (CD2#9); Gianfranco Continenza: guitar (CD2#10); Alessandro Centofanti: keyboards (CD2#10); Mark Egan: bass (CD2#10); Walter Martino: drums (CD2#10); Mads Tolling: violin (CD2#11); Mike Abraham: guitar (CD2#11); George Ban-Weiss: acoustic and electric bass (CD2#11); Richard Smith: guitars (CD2#12); Hans Zermuehlen: keyboards (CD2#12).


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