Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Right Off (Edit) · John McLaughlin The Essential John McLaughlin ℗ Originally released 1970. All rights reserved by SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT. Producer: Teo Macero & His Orchestra Trumpet, Composer, Lyricist: Miles Davis Drums: Billy Cobham Organ: Herbie Hancock Bass: Michael Henderson Auto-generated by YouTube.
Shiv Kumar Sharma - Santur John McLaughlin - Guitar Zakir Hussain - Tabla V. Selvaganesh - Kanjira, Ghatam, Mridangam Please check out my other channels too: http://www.youtube.com/user/Mentor1954 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJq_roYJ0n7WHRzfZS2DeDQ
Anoushka e Patricia Kopatchinskaja homenageando o incrível violinista e maestro Yehudi Menuhin em seu centenário . "Raga Piloo" é uma peça musical incluída no álbum "West Meets East vol-2", originalmente gravada por Ravi Shankar e Yehudi. Anoushka Shankar sitar Patricia Kopatchinskaja violin Tanmoy Bose tabla Pirashanna Thevarajah mridang Kenji Ota tanpura
Graduating Berklee students and our honorary doctorate recipient, John McLaughlin, played an adaptation of John Coltrane's arrangements for "My Favorite Things". For more information visit: https://valencia.berklee.edu/ The adaptation was written by Richard Rodgers with text by Oscar Hammerstein II, following an intro guitar solo of "Stella by Starlight" at the 2017 Commencement Concert, La Nit de Berklee. The concert was held on July 8 in front of the Hemisfèric in the City of Arts and Sciences. Sixteen acts of graduating students performed on a floating stage in the middle of the enclosure’s artificial lake. For more information about Berklee's campus in Valencia master's degree programs visit: https://valencia.berklee.edu/academic-programs/master-degrees/ Written by: Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II Based on the arrangements by: John Coltrane Adapted by: John McLaughlin and Casey Driessen Guitar: John McLaughlin Flute and Vocals: Rasika Shekar Piano: Hooni Min Bass: Tabari Lake Drums: Joshua Wheatley ________________________________________________ Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BerkleeValencia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/berkleevalencia Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/berkleevalenciacampus/ Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/berkleevalencia/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/berklee-valencia-campus
#FreePalestine! Musicians: John McLaughlin Jan Hammer Billy Cobham Jerry Goodman Rick Laird Tracks: 01 - Gunter Hampel Time is Now - Essen 1968 - 00:00 02 - Meeting of the Spirits - 00:32 03 - You Know You Know - 07:10 04 - The Dance of Maya - 16:24 05 - One Word (end part) - 30:27 06 - Resolution - 36:54 07 - A Lotus on Irish Streams - 37:18 08 - TV interview with Monika Meynert - 42:50 Artist Biography by Scott Yanow One of the premiere fusion groups, the Mahavishnu Orchestra were considered by most observers during their prime to be a rock band, but their sophisticated improvisations actually put their high-powered music between rock and jazz. Founder and leader John McLaughlin had recently played with Miles Davis and Tony Williams' Lifetime. The original lineup of the group was McLaughlin on electric guitar, violinist Jerry Goodman, keyboardist Jan Hammer, electric bassist Rick Laird, and drummer Billy Cobham. They recorded three intense albums for Columbia during 1971-1973 and then the personnel changed completely for the second version of the group. In 1974, the band consisted of violinist Jean-Luc Ponty, Gayle Moran on keyboards and vocals, electric bassist Ralphe Armstrong, and drummer Narada Michael Walden; by 1975 Stu Goldberg had replaced Moran and Ponty had left. John McLaughlin's dual interests in Eastern religion and playing acoustic guitar resulted in the band breaking up in 1975. Surprisingly, an attempt to revive the Mahavishnu Orchestra in 1984 (using Cobham, saxophonist Bill Evans, keyboardist Mitchell Forman, electric bassist Jonas Hellborg, and percussionist Danny Gottlieb) was unsuccessful; one Warner Bros. album resulted. However, when one thinks of the Mahavishnu Orchestra, it is of the original lineup, which was very influential throughout the 1970s. Info from: http://www.allmusic.com/artist/mahavishnu-orchestra-mn0000233862/biography Support the musicians, buy the real album/dvd/blueray/... Comment, rate and subscribe! (you can share too :))
[English info below] ZAKIR HUSSAIN to jedna z niekwestionowanych legend world music, wirtuoz gry na tabli, artysta koncertujący i nagrywający z największymi sławami, również scen jazzowych. Jego ojcem był słynny muzyk Ustad Alla Rakha. Dzięki ojcu Zakir uczył się gry na instrumentach od najwcześniejszego dzieciństwa. Występował już jako kilkunastolatek. W wieku dziewiętnastu lat po raz pierwszy wyjechał do Stanów Zjednoczonych, koncertując u boku Raviego Shankara. Publiczność pamięta doskonale wybitne płyty Hussaina, z albumem „Making Music” nagranym dla słynnej wytwórni ECM na czele. Krążek ten bywa uznawany za jedną z najwspanialszych muzycznych fuzji Wschodu i Zachodu. Partnerami lidera byli tam John McLaughlin, Jan Garbarek i legendarny Hariprasad Chaurasia – wuj Rakesha, którego usłyszymy w Krakowie. Z Johnem McLaughlinem Hussain współpracował wielokrotnie, m.in. współtworząc świetne nagrania jego grup Shakti i Remember Shakti. Z kolei wspólnie z Billem Laswellem prowadził grupę Tabla Beat Science, gromadzącą wybitnych tablistów i perkusjonistów. Współtworzył też znakomite projekty Planete Drum i Global Drum. Współpracował z największymi – od George’a Harrisona i Vana Morrisona po Pharoaha Sandersa i Charlesa Lloyda. Sam jest dziś żywą legendą muzyki. RAKESH CHAURASIA jest nie tylko bratankiem, ale też jednym z najbardziej utalentowanych uczniów Hariprasada Chaurasii. Gra na bansouri, tradycyjnym hinduskim flecie bambusowym. Ma za sobą współpracę m.in. ze słynnym Talvinem Singhiem. Brał udział w nagraniu kilkudziesięciu albumów. Prowadzi m.in. grupę RAF, czyli Rakesh and Frieds. Koncert odbył się w Sali Audytoryjnej ICE Kraków 8 lipca 2015. Zakir Hussain - tabla, instrumenty perkusyjne Rakesh Chaurasia - bansouri ZAKIR HUSSAIN is undoubtedly one of the greatest legends of world music, virtuoso of the tabla, and artist who tours and records with many other acclaimed musicians, including those form the world of jazz. His father was the famous musician Ustad Alla Rakha. Thanks to his father, Zakir learned to play musical instruments from his youngest days. He started performing as a teenager, and when he was 19 years old, he travelled to the US for the first time, appearing alongside Ravi Shankar. Audiences remember Hussain’s acclaimed albums, especially “Making Music” recorded for the famous ECM label. It is regarded as one of the finest musical fusions of the East and the West. Hussain was accompanied by John McLaughlin, Jan Garbarek and the legendary Hariprasad Chaurasia – uncle of Rakesh, who joins Hussain in Kraków. Hussain has worked with McLaughlin many times, for example when creating recordings with his groups Shakti and Remember Shakti. He also worked alongside Bill Laswell, leading the group Tabla Beat Science bringing together acclaimed tablists and percussionists. He has also co-created the outstanding projects Planete Drum and Global Drum, and worked with some of the greatest musicians of all time, from George Harrison and Van Morrison to Pharoah Sanders and Charles Lloyd. He is a living legend himself. RAKESH CHAURASIA is more than just a nephew of Hariprasad Chaurasia – he is also one of his most talented pupils. He plays the bansouri, a traditional South Asian bamboo flute. He has worked with musicians including Talvin Singh, participated in recording dozens of albums, and he leads the RAF ensemble – Rakesh and Friends. Recorded at ICE Kraków 08.07.2015. Zakir Hussain - tabla, percussion instruments Rakesh Chaurasia - bansouri www.rozstaje.pl / www.etnokrakow.pl www.facebook.com/rozstaje.crossroads.festival.krakow www.facebook.com/etnokrakow
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Mandolin U Rajesh, Bala Bhaskar on Violin, Arun Kumar on drums, Giridhar Udupa on Ghatam & Mohini Dey on Bass Guitar present World Fusion Concert on Day 7 @ 53rd Bengaluru Ganesh Utsava..!!!
- Senor C.S. John McLaughlin - electric guitar Gary Husband - keyboards Etienne M'Bappe - electric bass Ranjid Barot - drums 46 Heineken JazzAldia Festival de Jazz de San Sebastián, 23 Julio 2011 Plaza de la Trinidad, Donosti, Spain ! ! ! please pay attention ! ! ! I Do Not Own The Rights To The Music. All Rights Belong To Their Respectful Owners. If you think it is violates your copyright and you wish the video to be removed immediately, please report...