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5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Cd 30 Dec. 2014
By Robert Elwin Martin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
A great cd which I was able to replace my Lp-Running time is fairly short about 40 min, but felling like a Jam session on a few songs-similar to his work with Eleventh House-Alphonse Mouzon on drums-a few tracks feature John McLaughlin, Chick Corea & Billy Cobham- if you like his work with the Eleventh House, get this cd-I think it was his last on Vanguard Records, but I like just about anything he has done. Thank you for reading this, please read the reviewers who are professional in style
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 23 Nov. 2014
By Efesta - Published on Amazon.com
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Great album.
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3.0 out of 5 stars 70s Guitar Fusion 19 Jun. 2005
By musicfan28if - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is my first Coryell album, and overall, I think it's a good listen. I don't know if the other Coryell albums are better, but I hope they are. The sound is somewhat compressed for a fusion album, almost sounding like you're listening to the band through a wall even if you crank up the volume. (I'm thinking of reselling my copy so I should probably rate it 2 stars, but I'm not sure.)

The first song, "Cover Girl", has plenty of funk in the mix plus some trumpet and spacey keyboard sounds, played by his Eleventh House band. (It's my favorite song on the album, but fairly brief at 5-and-a-half minutes.)
"Tyrone" is the longest song on the album at 11-and-a-half minutes, and starts with an ascending-descending bass line with guitar soloing. Chick Corea plays electric piano in an abstract manner, with alot of chords, like the keyboard he did for Miles Davis. They work into a frenzy at about the 4 minute mark before returning to more doodling (perhaps to fill some album time because they didn't write enough songs? maybe so, but it's nice to hear Corea on this one track). At the 6-minute mark, it kicks into some louder jazz-rock electric guitar jamming before quieting down for more guitar soloing. It basically goes loud then soft then loud then soft, etc., and Corea becomes more active with some keyboard soloing.
"Rocks" features the Eleventh House band like the first track, and has a similar fusion-funk sound, but this one has a robotic feel with a very fast drum beat and keyboard line.
"The Eyes of Love" serves as a breather after the frenetic pace of the previous song. It features Coryell alone on acoustic guitar.
"Planet End" begins with a catchy jazz guitar line before the bass begins a jazz rhythm. It has a trad jazz feel compared to the other songs though some louder fusion-type passages are intermixed. It has the guitar playing of Coryell and John McLaughlin, but no keyboard. Thankfully, that catchy guitar line returns toward the end.
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5.0 out of 5 stars classic jazz rock fusion 24 Nov. 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is hardcore jazz fusion at its finest. From the thundering opening riff of "Cover Girl" to the free-form departure of 'Tyrone" this CD is a guitar player's dream and a certified classic!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Left overs but still powerful 27 Nov. 2015
By Brian P. Nestor - Published on Amazon.com
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Very fine mish mash of styles and periods on this album. Larry was coming to the end of his time at Vanguard and may have cleared the cupboard for this one, but the sessions were amongst his finest. Two long jams from the 'Spaces' album and two tight fusion pieces from the first Eleventh House album, plus a solo guitar composition with a few choice overdubs. My favorite is 'Tyrone', a sprawling Larry Young standard done in near free jazz style, but all the songs are pretty tasty.
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