John McLaughlin & Miles Davis - Right Off

John McLaughlin & Miles Davis - Right Off

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Right Off (Edit)

Right Off (Edit)

Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Right Off (Edit) · John McLaughlin / 約翰麥可勞夫林 The Essential John McLaughlin ℗ Originally released 1970. All rights reserved by SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT. Released on: 2007-05-21 Producer: Teo Macero & His Orchestra Composer, Lyricist: M. Davis Drums: Billy Cobham Organ: Herbie Hancock / 何比漢考克 Bass: Michael Henderson Trumpet: Miles Davis / Miles Davis / Miles Davis / 邁爾士戴維斯 Auto-generated by YouTube.

Right Off, Pt. 1

Right Off, Pt. 1

"Right Off" is the first song on Miles Davis's LP "A Tribute to Jack Johnson"

Right Off

Right Off

Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Right Off · Miles Davis / Miles Davis / Miles Davis / 邁爾士戴維斯 The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions ℗ Originally released 1971. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment Released on: 2003-09-24 Producer: Teo Macero Guitar: John McLaughlin / 約翰麥可勞夫林 Composer, Lyricist: M. Davis Bass Guitar: Mike Henderson Drums: Billy Cobham Organ: Herbie Hancock / 何比漢考克 Soprano Saxophone: Steve Grossman Auto-generated by YouTube.

Miles Davis- Right Off (4 takes) [April 7, 1970, NYC] from the Jack Johnson sessions

Miles Davis- Right Off (4 takes) [April 7, 1970, NYC] from the Jack Johnson sessions

April 7, 1970 Columbia Studio, New York City, New York Miles Davis (tpt); Steve Grossman (ss); John McLaughlin (g); Herbie Hancock (org); Michael Henderson (el-b); Billy Cobham (d); Right Off (take 10) (M. Davis) Right Off (take 10a) (M. Davis) Right Off (take 11) (M. Davis) Right Off (take 12) (M. Davis) edited portions of these takes used to create the piece 'Right Off'

John McLaughlin & Herbie Hancock - Miles Davis and Bill Evans Tribute, Carnegie Hall, NYC 04-06-94

John McLaughlin & Herbie Hancock - Miles Davis and Bill Evans Tribute, Carnegie Hall, NYC 04-06-94

John McLaughlin and Herbie Hancock perform at the Miles Davis and Bill Evans Tribute, Carnegie Hall, NYC on April 6, 1994.

"A tribute to jack johnson"(miles davis)- JASON DOTSON

"A tribute to jack johnson"(miles davis)- JASON DOTSON

In honour of the mighty Mahavishnu John McLaughlin on guitar! Jamming to the track 'Right Off", off of Miles Davis's 1971 masterpiece, "A tribute to Jack Johnson." John mcLaughlin- g.

John McLaughlin

John McLaughlin

Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment John McLaughlin · Miles Davis / Miles Davis / Miles Davis / 邁爾士戴維斯 Bitches Brew ℗ Originally released 1970. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment Released on: 1992-05-25 Producer: Teo Macero Guitar: John McLaughlin / 約翰麥可勞夫林 Executive Producer: Michael Cuscuna Bass Guitar: Harvey Brooks Reissue Producer: Bob Beldon Drums: Lenny White Drums: Jack DeJohnette Congas: Don Alias Shaker: Jumma Santos Piano: Joe Zawinul Piano: Chick Corea / 奇克柯瑞亞 Bass: Dave Holland Soprano Saxophone: Wayne Shorter / 韋恩蕭特 Bass Clarinet: Bennie Maupin Auto-generated by YouTube.

Miles Davis - John McLaughlin

Miles Davis - John McLaughlin

The 4th track of Miles Davis's 1970 album "Bitches Brew"

John McLaughlin - Live in NYC 1968

John McLaughlin - Live in NYC 1968

New York City 1968-10-28 I don't know anything further about this recording. That has to be no other than Tony Williams on drums but the organ and bass players I can't be sure of (both of whom are excellent). This is probably one of the recordings that attracted the attention of Miles Davis who would soon after hire McLaughlin for studio work on several of his landmark albums. Does anyone out there know of more McLaughlin recordings from this era? Perhaps some from his time in London? Regardless, I highly recommend you download this full, 25 minute performance at the direct link below, http://jazzfusion.tv/pages/download_audio.php?id=548

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