Released in 2010 on Smalltown Superjazz Recorded live in 1971 Format: LPx2 Style: Cantebury Scene, Jazz-Rock, Progressive Rock Vibe: Exploratory, Complex, Mysterious, … More
Released in 1971 on A&M Record Format: LP
Released in 1972 on United Artists Records Recorded 1971 Format: LP
Released in 1971 on Curtom Records Format: LP
Released in 1971 on Atlantic Records Format: LP
Released in 1971 on Takoma Records Format: LP
Released in 1971 on Warner Bros. Format: LP, white label promo
Released in 1971 on Impulse Records Recorded November 25, 1970 and January 12, 1971 Format: LP
While more cerebral than emotive, this live set is a frenzied demonstration of what four virtuosic musicians sound like when they give in to the intuitive whims of collective improvisation. Even when playing a composition, this quartet will stretch and mutate the melody into every possible pattern without ever playing it directly. The group interplay is often bombastic and can be overwhelming, but thankfully they vary the dynamics through mellower sections, as well as solo and duo pieces.
Released in 1971 on Harvest Records Format: LP
Released in 1971 on Elektra Records Format: LPx2
Released in 1971 on Reprise Records Format: LP White label promo copy
Released in 1971 on Columbia Records Format: LP
Information: Originally released in 1971 This deluxe pressing was released in 2013 on Klimt Records Format: LPx2 (second LP contains … More
A psychedelic synth odyssey created with only an expanded Series III Moog by Robert Margouleff and synth-guru Malcolm Cecil (who programmer synths on legendary albums by Stevie Wonder and Gil-Scott Heron in addition to his ambient solo work). The intricately layered results here feel like a synthetic wilderness, with a wide variety of colors and textures that sound warm, organic, and natural despite their electronic origins.
Album Information: Originally released in 1971 on Impulse Records This pressing was released in 1997 on Impulse/MCA Records Recorded November … More
Album Information: Released in 1971 by Tamla/Motown
A collection of quality songwriting and unpretentious, rootsy arrangements, featuring the beautiful, heavenly, dreamy “Magnolia”.