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Ronnie Montrose - Open Fire

Open Fire was the first instrumental album from Ronnie Montrose which explored jazz, rock and acoustic concepts released in 1978. This is a different sounding album, not my piece of cake. 54 more words


Jeff Beck - There and Back

There & Back is the third studio solo album by guitarist Jeff Beck, released in June 1980. This is another instrumental album from Beck, his genre is jazz fusion and instrumental rock.


All that Fusion at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in London

Ticked off my London bucket list is Ronnie Scott’s, the capital’s most famous and probably oldest jazz club and a worldwide known, legendary institution which opened in 1959. 953 more words


The Lao Tizer Band - Songs From The Swinghouse

“Jazz Group of the Year” nominee, The Lao Tizer Band, present their long-awaited new album & film (CD & DVD combo-pack)! This epic project was recorded all “Live in the Studio” at famed Conway Studios in Hollywood, CA with an all-star cast of musicians! 204 more words

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Cody Carpenter - Cody Carpenter's Interdependence

Cody Carpenter, the son of movie genius John Carpenter, steps out the huge shadow of his father. In addition to contributing music for two of his father’s films,  151 more words

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Santana - Borboletta

Another Amoeba Record Find:

Borboletta is the sixth studio album by Santana. It is one of their jazz-funk-fusion oriented albums released in 1974. This album definitely is Santana, lots of instrumental songs also. Great sound, good album.


SWR Big Band - A Cool Breeze

Led by Sammy Nestico, the SWR Big Band delivers big time with A Cool Breeze (SWR Music, 2017). Nestico brings elements of fusion, swing and orchestral sounds with a mix of original songs and classics. 141 more words

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