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Laidback and warmly chromatic work from Gary Burton – playing vibes in a group that also has Pat Metheny on guitar, Steve Swallow on bass, Eberhard Weber on acoustic bass, and Dan Gottlieb on drums. Titles include "Sea Journey", "Nacada", "The Whopper", and ... LP, Vinyl record album
This one appears to be a collection of work that Gary recorded for RCA during the 60s, but we'll be honest in saying that we don't recognize most of the tunes from albums that we have in our own collections. The grooves are laid out in a number of different settings – some in trio format, ... LP, Vinyl record album
Beautiful sounds from Gary Burton – a seminal 60s session that really has the vibist coming into his own, and finding that new path towards musical expression that would flower even more strongly in the 70s! The album has Burton really strengthening up his sense of chrome – matching ... LP, Vinyl record album
With David Samuels on vibraharp and marimba, Michael DiPasqua on drums and percussion, Paul McCandless on soprano sax, oboe, and english horn, David Darling on cello, and Ratzo Harris on bass. LP, Vinyl record album
A seminal statement from drummer Jack DeJohnette – a musician who'd already made a pretty big impact in the years before this set – but who really seemed to take off with his New Directions group on ECM! Every player in the lineup is a key sonic pioneer on their instrument – John ... LP, Vinyl record album
A key early moment for Keith Jarrett – his first-ever solo album, recorded in the early 70s for ECM – and the start of a huge legacy of later work! Before this set, Jarrett had recorded some compelling trio material for Atlantic – and he was also exploring more spiritually ... LP, Vinyl record album
Gary Burton takes on the music of Carla Bley – in a wonderfully sensitive set that opens up rich new colors in her music! The group here is a particularly well-chosen one for the effort – a quintet with Burton on vibes, Mick Goodrick on guitar, Steve Swallow on bass, and Bob Moses on ... LP, Vinyl record album
Beautifully complex work from Keith Jarrett – and one of the 70s albums that really shows his blossoming past jazz into a whole realm of new styles! The album features some works for instrumental ensembles – including a String Quartet and a Brass Quartet – plus a large orchestral ... LP, Vinyl record album
Featuring Jack Bruce, Marianne Faithfull, and Robert Wyatt on vocals, led by Mantler on trumpet and Rick Fenn on guitar, with backing by the Danish Radio Concert Orchestra conducted by Peter Kragerup. LP, Vinyl record album