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This Is For Us To Share (Cont.) - John McLaughlin - Extrapolation (8-Track Cartridge, Album)

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  1. Extrapolation is the debut album by English jazz guitarist John was recorded at Advision Studios in London on 18 January and released later that year in the UK by Marmalade label was owned by producer Giorgio Gomelsky and distributed by Polydor Records.. In the album was issued for the first time in the United States following McLaughlin's success as the.
  2. Jun 09,  · Also while this is billed to McLaughlin he shares top billing with the amazing saxophonist John Surman who was hardly known at the time but later became a major figure in world jazz. The whole group sounds much more of an organic unit than the MO ever Rating: % positive.
  3. Feb 01,  · I saw John McLaughlin perform last night at The Blue Note, in New York City. As I was spellbound at the masterful talent this 71 year old guitarist displayed; I thought about Jimmy Page for a moment. Then I thought about the album McLaughlin made with Santana way back. They were devotees of the same Maharishi.
  4. stars really!! As this album predates McLaughlin's collaborations with miles Davis, do not expect that much of a jazz-rock album. Even if there are many promises in such an album such as John's collaboration with his long-time friend and saxman Surman, and there are a few hints of his future powerhouse of guitar playing both in harshness, virtuoso and lightning speed, this album is /5(10).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Extrapolation on Discogs.
  6. The following is a John McLaughlin discography, grouped by albums released under his name, the Miles Davis albums which he played on, albums from his group Mahavishnu Orchestra, his group Shakti, and albums where he is a session player on other artist's releases.

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