McLaughlin, John / Surman, John: Where Fortune Lives

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McLaughlin, John / Surman, John: Where Fortune Lives

Format: VINYL LP

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Description

Title: Where Fortune Lives
Artist: McLaughlin, John / Surman, John
Label: Tiger Bay
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 889397108304
Genre: Rock

Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. Digitally remastered edition of the 1971 album performed by the legendary enterprise consisting of John McLaughlin on guitars, John Surman on reeds, Karl Berger on vibes, Stu Martin on drums, and Dave Holland on bass. Recorded at the end of May 1970 at the Apostolic Studios in New York, 'Fortune Smiles' is a jazz fusion LP that sees all five musicians experimenting equally with their outstanding music qualities. Released here as a picture disc and featuring the original Dawn Records folded insert, the album was a turning point for McLaughlin who at that time was playing also with Miles Davis just before peaking creatively with the Mahavishnu Orchestra.

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