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Larry Coryell - The Real Great Escape (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Seven Secrets by Larry Coryell - Vinyl LP () for $ from dispblowfacvecomppas.rioperziochangrenvioplethessicanfatal.infoinfo Jazz - Order by Phone Price: $
  2. LARRY CORYELL Vinyl Records and CDs: In many ways, Coryell and fellow guitarist John McLaughlin have had parallel careers, helping to found the Jazz Rock and Fusion genres in the late '60s and early '70s, before moving on to straight-ahead jazz and World Fusion collaborations. Coryell has proven his versatility on distorted electric.
  3. Larry Coryell The Real Great Escape. The Real Great Escape Are You Too Clever Love Life`s Offering TRGE is a sub-par album that ranges from almost country rock with brass/horns arrangements ala BS&T as in the closing PF Sloan or semi Savoy Brown boogie of the title track, the only long song that allows a bit of an escape.
  4. Larry's guitar is so clear and dominates this disc, as it should be. And you have the great Ron Carter playing on a couple of cuts, what a treat! I really liked the tune "Morning Sickness" very much. It is a slightly slower tempo than some of the other tracks, but Coryell does play /5(6).
  5. Oct 25,  · Taken from Larry Coryell´s album "Barefoot Boy", The Great Escape is track 2 from side A. The line-up is: Larry Coryell: guitar Mervin Bronson: bass Laurence Killian: congas Roy Haynes.
  6. Album Description. This CD collects the best of Larry Coryell's seminal Vanguard jazz-rock recordings on one disc. Packaged in an elaborate miniature cardboard gatefold LP Reviews: 1.
  7. Aug 07,  · The Real Great Escape, an Album by Larry Coryell. Released in on Vanguard (catalog no. VSD; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz-Rock. Featured peformers: Larry Coryell (guitar, aka_text {arp synthesizer} role_id aka_text, vocals), Mike Mandel (piano, aka_text {arp synthesizer} role_id aka_text), Mervin Bronson (bass), Steve Marcus (tenor saxophone, /5(3).
  8. Maybe the funkiest album that guitarist Larry Coryell ever cut – his debut as a leader, and a fuzzy, freaky set that features some massively heavy drums from the great Bernard Purdie! The set's jazz at the core, but has lots of rock elements too – including vocals from Coryell on a few cuts, whose rough-edged style of singing works nicely with the fuzz on his guitar.

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