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John McLaughlin - "Mediterranean" Concerto Album

John McLaughlin - "Mediterranean" Concerto Album
Performer: John McLaughlin
Title: "Mediterranean" Concerto
Country: Canada
Genre: Jazz / Classical
Style:Post Bop, Fusion, Modern, Contemporary
Released: 1990
Catalog number: MK 45578
Label: CBS
MP3 album szie: 1148 mb
FLAC album size: 1864 mb

Tracklist

1John McLaughlin / Katia LabequeMontana4:28
2John McLaughlin / Katia LabequeTwo Sisters3:53
3John McLaughlin / London Symphony Orchestra / Michael Tilson ThomasI—Rythmic11:58
4 Concerto For Guitar & Orchestra "The Mediterranean"
5John McLaughlin / Katia LabequeBrise De Ceur7:45
6John McLaughlin / London Symphony Orchestra / Michael Tilson ThomasII—Slow & Sad15:34
7 Duos For Guitar & Piano
8John McLaughlin / Katia LabequeZakir4:13
9John McLaughlin / London Symphony Orchestra / Michael Tilson ThomasIII—Animato8:36
10John McLaughlin / Katia LabequeUntil Such Time4:29

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MK 45578John McLaughlin, London Symphony Orchestra, Michael Tilson Thomas, Katia Labeque John McLaughlin, London Symphony Orchestra, Michael Tilson Thomas, Katia Labeque - Concerto For Guitar & Orchestra "The Mediterranean" - Duos For Guitar & Piano ‎(CD, Album)CBSMK 45578US1990
FMT 45578John McLaughlin, The London Symphony Orchestra / Michael Tilson Thomas, Katia Labèque John McLaughlin, The London Symphony Orchestra / Michael Tilson Thomas, Katia Labèque - Concerto For Guitar & Orchestra "The Mediterranean" / Duos For Guitar & Piano ‎(Cass, Album, Chr)CBSFMT 45578Netherlands1990
CSCR 8154John McLaughlin "Mediterranean" Concerto ‎(CD, Album)CBS/SonyCSCR 8154Japan1990
FM 45578John McLaughlin & Katia Labèque / Tilson Thomas ~ London Symphony Orchestra John McLaughlin & Katia Labèque / Tilson Thomas ~ London Symphony Orchestra - Concerto For Guitar & Orchestra "The Mediterranean" / Duos For Guitar & Piano ‎(Vinyl, Album)CBSFM 45578Netherlands1990
MK 45578John McLaughlin & Katia Labeque / Michael Tilson Thomas ~ London Symphony Orchestra John McLaughlin & Katia Labeque / Michael Tilson Thomas ~ London Symphony Orchestra - Concerto For Guitar & Orchestra "The Mediterranean" / Duos For Guitar & Piano ‎(CD, Album)CBSMK 45578Austria1990

Credits

  • ConductorTilson Thomas (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Design [Cover]Allen Weinberg
  • Edited By [Music]Gary Schultz (tracks: 1 to 3), Grace Row (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • EngineerBud Graham (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Engineer [Assistant]Bill Lacey (tracks: 1 to 3), Dennis Ferrante (tracks: 1 to 3), Michael Stein (tracks: 1 to 3), Pascal Julien (tracks: 4 to 8), Sandy Palmer (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Engineer [Editing & Mixing]Kevin P. Boutote (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Engineer [Editing]John Johnson (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Engineer [First]Jean-Louis Rizet (tracks: 4 to 8)
  • Engineer [Recording]Martin Edwards (tracks: 1 to 3), Steve Price (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Engineer [Second], Edited ByJean-Paul Darras (tracks: 4 to 8)
  • GuitarJohn McLaughlin
  • Liner NotesJohn McLaughlin
  • OrchestraLondon Symphony Orchestra (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Orchestrated ByMichael Gibbs (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Photography ByArthur Elgort
  • Piano [Yamaha & Midi Grand]Katia Labèque (tracks: 4 to 8)
  • ProducerJohn McLaughlin (tracks: 4 to 8), Steven Epstein
  • Programmed By [Synthesizer Programming]Max Costa

Short intro

John McLaughlin - Rhythmic. John McLaughlin - Slow And Sad. John McLaughlin - Animato. John McLaughlin - Brise De Coeur. John McLaughlin - Mantana. John McLaughlin - Two Sisters. John McLaughlin - Until Such Time. John McLaughlin - Zakir. John McLaughlin & Katia Labeque - Brise de coeur 7:44. John McLaughlin & Katia Labeque - Montana 4:26. The Concerto sounds nothing like Apocalypse and nothing like jazz, although McLaughlin does improvise in certain sections. It is, however, yet another validation of McLaughlin's versatility as a musician and a composer-arranger. The orchestra drowns out his acoustic guitar at times, but his presence is still palpable. I had the pleasure of seeing the 1986 world premiere of the Concerto, featuring McLaughlin and the Los Angeles Philharmonic. The piece was very well received by the crowd and by local classical music critics. All in all, the album is yet another impressive example of John McLaughlin's ability to occupy many musical worlds. Ferenc Snétberger is with Giulio Gallo and Concerto Budapest at Müpa Budapest. 19 April at 01:33 Budapest, Hungary . Rhythmic selection Ferenc Snétberger & Concerto Budapest conducted by András Keller Concert 21032018. Müpa Budapest. Related videos. Extrapolation is the debut album by English jazz guitarist John McLaughlin. It was recorded at Advision Studios in London on 18 January 1969 and released later that year in the UK by Marmalade Records. The label was owned by producer Giorgio Gomelsky and distributed by Polydor Records. In 1972 the album was re-issued following McLaughlin's success as the leader of the Mahavishnu Orchestra. It reached No. 152 in the United States on the Billboard magazine album chart. Re-issues of the album are on the. Track Listings. Disc: 1. Fortunately, the album has been fleshed out with several duets for guitar and piano. On these tunes McLaughlin not only shines, but -feels-. Here is the emotional impact that is missing from the concerto, and the instrumentalists are having real dialogs, and not simply reproducing a rote exchange from a script. And I suppose that McLaughlin can always write another concerto, if he seriously wants to come up to the admittedly high bar of the Rodrigo Aranjuez. Or perhaps he should stick to the smaller, improvisiatory forms that he seems to know best Read more. Shakti with John McLaughlin 1975. Mahavishnu 1984. Where Fortune Smiles 1971. Molom 1994. The Essential John Mclaughlin CD1 2007. Live In Paris The Heart Of Things 2000. Promise 1996. Belo Horizonte 1981. Time Remembered: John McLaughlin Plays Bill Evans 1993. Thieves and Poets 2003. A Live Supreme - Brothers Of The Spirit With Carlos Santana CD1 2004. John McLaughlin - acoustic guitar, composer. On tracks 1-3 add: London Symphony Orchestra Michael Tilson Thomas - conductor Michael Gibbs - orchestrator. On tracks 4-8 add: Katia Labeque - Yamaha Piano and MIDI Grand Piano. McLaughlin's primary influence to my ear is not the obvious Rodrigo, but Aaron Copland. McLaughlin's compositional style here often features sweeping grandiose crescendos, giving much of the piece an epic movie soundtrack feel