LARRY CORYELL — A Retrospective (A Sequel To His Story)

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Movie · 2007

Filed under Fusion
By LARRY CORYELL

Tracklist

1. Intro
2. After Later
3. Souls Meeting
4. Souls Dirge
5. Hidalago Rehearsal
6. Slow Blues
7. Half A Heart
8. Valentine Rehearsal
9. Beautiful Woman
10. Stiff Neck
11. Morning Sickness
12. Beyond These Chilling Winds
13. Spaces ( Infinite )
14. Dragon Gate

Includes rehearsal footage and interviews

Running Time : 180 minutes

Line-up/Musicians

- Larry Coryell: guitar, vocals
- Julian Coryell: guitar, electric piano
- John Hart: bass guitar, electric bass
- Bernard "Pretty Purdie: drums
- Tracey Piergross: background vocals, tambourine
- Winston Byrd: trumpet (14)
- David Hidalgo: guitar (5, 6, 7)
- James Valentine: guitar (8, 9)

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Slartibartfast
As Larry moves into his 60's, he hasn't lost his touch. I was actually expecting a more comprehensive look back on his music. Considering the amount of music Coryell has created, that's really an impossibility. What you get is a resurrection of his early electric period in the '70's primarily. Turns out that for what I have from that period, I'm getting a lot of stuff I haven't heard. Those who have followed his career know that he went through a long acoustical guitar period and currently plays more straightforward jazz rather than jazz rock/fusion. If he's going to start moving back to that kind of music, you can count me in.

What's nice about this set of music is it really doesn't sound dated. It's rather fresh. Although I must admit I am hearing some of it for the first time.

One complaint though, the musician's credits aren't in the box or booklet except for three of the guests. I know the white haired guy playing guitar is Larry. The bass player was really impressive. And I did get that Larry's son Julian was the primary second guitarist.

Anyway, seeing Larry play live electric on DVD is great. It's been years since I last saw him live and in person, but never on electric, if memory serves. Also a great way to get to know this important musician. You get two DVDs which include rehearsal footage and interviews.

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