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critic’s pick 324: john mclaughlin and the 4th dimension, ‘the boston record’ and ralph towner/john abercrombie, ‘five years later’

Posted on juin 2, 2014 in News, Press Reviews | 2 comments

As elder statesmen in a world class league of guitar innovators, John McLaughlin, Ralph Towner and John Abercrombie have seen the instrumental music crafted under their care over the past four decades marketed under the somewhat deceptive banner of jazz. But on their newest releases, the ingenuity of their playing relishes in the blurring of stylistic...

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Vintage guitar

Posted on mai 2, 2014 in News, Press Reviews | 0 comments

We’re in a paradoxical era when many pioneers of high-volume electric music are now in their 70s, from Mick and Keef to Paul and Ringo. By the time you read this, even the eternally youthful Jeff Beck should have turned the big 7-0. Read more here...

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The indian newspaper Deccan Herald

Posted on mar 24, 2014 in Interviews, News, Press Reviews | 0 comments

He has been hailed as the ‘best guitarist alive’ by fans, critics and his own fellow guitarists. In a career spanning over five decades, John McLaughlin has established himself as a global phenomenon cutting across genres. He has collaborated with the musical legends from the West to the East. Read more here...

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Examiner Review

Posted on mar 20, 2014 in News, Press Reviews, Products | 0 comments

John McLaughlin and 4th Dimension astound on live concert album John McLaughlin has used the electric guitar to explore musical boundaries for over a half-century. The English-born icon played with Miles Davis in the Sixties, headed up his own Mahavishnu Orchestra in the Seventies, and experimented with acoustic Indian music in Shakti. Since the early...

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Grateful web Review: The Boston Record

Posted on mar 20, 2014 in News, Press Reviews, Products | 1 comment

The biggest blessing that jazz music has brought to the world is it’s ability to tie different cultures, places, and musical ideas, all bound together by one common unity; love. Guitarist John McLaughlin, a pioneer of the jazz-fusion movement and continuation lets his music thrive in a state of flexibility that had lead him to brilliant collaborations with...

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