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It's been two years since John McLaughlin released the highly acclaimed To The One (ABL 21) - his first studio recording with The 4th Dimension, the veteran guitar innovator's second longest-standing group since the east-meets-west fusion of Shakti. Comments like ". listening to his improvisations. Leaves no doubt that (McLaughlin) is in inspired creative form," (Ian Patterson - AllAboutJazz. #com), and ". this tight 40-minute document hums with a collaborative energy. " (John Fordham - The Guardian) left little doubt that McLaughlin's return to the electrified fusion he first innovated more than 40 years ago in groups led by Miles Davis and Tony Williams - and, of course, with his own earth-shattering Mahavishnu Orchestra - was as inimitably electrifying and exhilarating as ever.
It's been two years since John McLaughlin released the highly acclaimed To The One (ABL 21) - his first studio recording with The 4th Dimension, the veteran guitar innovator's second longest-standing group since the east-meets-west fusion of Shakti. Comments like ". listening to his improvisations. Leaves no doubt that (McLaughlin) is in inspired creative form," (Ian Patterson - AllAboutJazz. #com), and ". this tight 40-minute document hums with a collaborative energy. " (John Fordham - The Guardian) left little doubt that McLaughlin's return to the electrified fusion he first innovated more than 40 years ago in groups led by Miles Davis and Tony Williams - and, of course, with his own earth-shattering Mahavishnu Orchestra - was as inimitably electrifying and exhilarating as ever.
700261359557

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Format: CD
Label: ABLG
Catalog: 9337
Rel. Date: 10/16/2012
UPC: 700261359557

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It's been two years since John McLaughlin released the highly acclaimed To The One (ABL 21) - his first studio recording with The 4th Dimension, the veteran guitar innovator's second longest-standing group since the east-meets-west fusion of Shakti. Comments like ". listening to his improvisations. Leaves no doubt that (McLaughlin) is in inspired creative form," (Ian Patterson - AllAboutJazz. #com), and ". this tight 40-minute document hums with a collaborative energy. " (John Fordham - The Guardian) left little doubt that McLaughlin's return to the electrified fusion he first innovated more than 40 years ago in groups led by Miles Davis and Tony Williams - and, of course, with his own earth-shattering Mahavishnu Orchestra - was as inimitably electrifying and exhilarating as ever.
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