29 August, 2011

Tony Williams Lifetime - Emergency! (1969)

Tony Williams Lifetime - Emergency! (1969)
jazz, jazz-rock | 1cd | eac-flac-cue-log-cover | 475MB
Verve 1997
Allmusic:
Tony Williams' Emergency was one of the first and most influential albums in late-'60s fusion, a record that shattered the boundaries between jazz and rock. Working with guitarist John McLaughlin and organist Larry Young, Williams pushed into new territory, creating dense, adventurous, unpredictable soundscapes. With Emergency, Tony Williams helped create the foundation of the style and sound of fusion. It's a seminal release, originally released on two albums and now available on one CD.

Tracks
-1. "Emergency" (Williams) – 9:35
-2. "Beyond Games" (Williams) – 8:17
-3. "Where" (McLaughlin) – 12:10
-4. "Vashkar" (Bley) – 4:59
-5. "Via the Spectrum Road" (McLaughlin, Williams) – 7:49
-6. "Spectrum" (McLaughlin) – 8:50
-7. "Sangria for Three" (Williams) – 13:07
-8. "Something Spiritual" (Herman) – 5:37

Personnel
* John McLaughlin – Guitar
* Tony Williams – Drums, vocals
* Larry Young – Organ

1 comments:

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