Larry Coryell

The Larry Coryell Organ Trio - Impressions: The New York Sessions (2008)

The Larry Coryell Organ Trio - Impressions: The New York Sessions (2008)
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Post-Bop, Contemporary Jazz, Guitar Jazz, Hammond B3 | Label: Chesky | # SACD337

This smoking organ trio recording is a first for guitarist Larry Coryell and a return to his roots. With the innovative young Hammond B-3 organist Sam Yahel and the versatile, reliably swinging drummer Paul Wertico, the guitar great breathes new life into six familiar jazz pieces, such as "Impressions", "Come Rain or Come Shine" and "Embraceable You" while also showcasing his inimitable fleet-fingered facility on three original compositions.

Larry Coryell - Shining Hour (1989) Reissue 2003  Music

Posted by Designol at Aug. 27, 2017
Larry Coryell - Shining Hour (1989) Reissue 2003

Larry Coryell - Shining Hour (1989) Reissue 2003
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Post-Bop, Contemporary Jazz, Fusion, Guitar Jazz | Label: Savoy Jazz | # SVY 17281

Larry Coryell will always be best known for arguably being the first fusion guitarist, but his career has been quite wide-ranging ever since the late '60s. On Shining Hour , he mostly sticks to jazz standards other than his own "Floyd Gets a Gig" and Brian Torff's "Apathy Rains." Several of the selections are identified with Miles Davis including "Nefertiti" and "The Sorcerer" but there are also hard swinging versions of "All the Things You Are" and "My Shining Hour." Coryell, whose playing works well in this (for him) rare setting although he is not really a boppish improviser, interacts with pianist Kenny Barron (who sometimes takes solo honors), bassist Buster Williams and drummer Marvin "Smitty" Smith.
Dr. L. Subramaniam & Larry Coryell - From The Ashes (1999) {Water Lily Acoustics} **[RE-UP]**

Dr. L. Subramaniam & Larry Coryell - From The Ashes (1999) {Water Lily Acoustics}
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Genre: Indian classical, smooth jazz, meditative

From The Ashes is a 1999 collaborative album between violinist Dr. L. Subramaniam & guitarist Larry Coryell. The music is a combination of Subramaniam's Indian classical influences and Coryell's jazz and pop textures. This was released on the Water Lily Acoustic label.
Larry Coryell - Introducing The Eleventh House (1973) {Vanguard Records VMD79342}

Larry Coryell - Introducing The Eleventh House (1973) {Vanguard Records VMD79342}
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© 1973 Vanguard Records | VMD79342
Jazz / Fusion / Guitar

The Eleventh House during 1972-1975 was one of the stronger working groups in fusion, led by one of the unsung heroes of the idiom, guitarist Larry Coryell. This CD reissue brings back the Eleventh House's first recording and, in addition to Coryell's guitar, most heavily featured are trumpeter Randy Brecker (who would later be replaced by Mike Lawrence) and keyboardist Mike Mandel; bassist Danny Trifan and drummer Alphonse Mouzon are strong in backup roles.
Larry Coryell & The Eleventh House - January 1975 (2014) {Promising Music 441202CD}

Larry Coryell & The Eleventh House - January 1975 (2014) {Promising Music 441202CD}
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© 1975, 2014 Radio Bremen / Promising Music | 441202CD
Jazz / Fusion / Modern Jazz / Jazz Rock / Guitar

In Memoriam. Larry Coryell, a guitarist who played rock 'n' roll as a teen but wound up pioneering jazz-rock fusion starting in the mid-1960s and then psychedelic fusion in the early '70s, died on Feb. 19. He was 73. RIP Mr. Coryell. In the 1970s, Germany's Radio Bremen simulcast a series of modern jazz concerts from all across the spectrum, and wisely archived them. Record producer Consul Bodo Jacoby was looking for a new project after losing the rights to reissue the MPS catalog and recalled them. His Promising Music label is issuing a number of these vintage performances in what he calls the Livelove series, of which January 1975 is the first volume.

Larry Coryell - A Retrospective (2007)  Music

Posted by robi62 at July 19, 2014
Larry Coryell - A Retrospective (2007)

Larry Coryell - A Retrospective (2007)
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Genre: Jazz | Label: Inakustik | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 23 April 2007 | Runtime: 103 min. | 4,19 GB (DVD5)

As one of the pioneers of jazz-rock perhaps the pioneer in the ears of some Larry Coryell deserves a special place in the history books. He brought what amounted to a nearly alien sensibility to jazz electric guitar playing in the 1960s, a hard-edged, cutting tone, phrasing and note-bending that owed as much to blues, rock and even country as it did to earlier, smoother bop influences. Yet as a true eclectic, armed with a brilliant technique, he is comfortable in almost every style, covering almost every base from the most decibel-heavy, distortion-laden electric work to the most delicate, soothing, intricate lines on acoustic guitar.
Larry Coryell, Badi Assad and John Abercrombie: Three Guitars - Paris Concert (2005) [Reupload]

Larry Coryell, Badi Assad and John Abercrombie: Three Guitars - Paris Concert (2005) [Reupload]
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Genre: Jazz | Label: Inakustic | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 19 Jun 2000 | Runtime: 112 min. | 6,80 GB (DVD9)

The names Larry Coryell and John Abercrombie are synonymous with Jazz fusion guitar for the past thirty odd years. With those two names on the masthead it is fair to assume that you're in store for phenomenal guitar playing. But the inclusion of Badi Assad, an unknown quantity for me, resulted in a performance of the likes I could not have anticipated. The guitar playing was superlative, with all three proving their virtuosity on many an occasion, but Assad was unlike any performer I have ever seen before. While her guitar playing is significant, her vocal gymnastics and percussion proficiency stole the spotlight from her more famous band mates.
Larry Coryell with John Scofield and Joe Beck - Tributaries (1979) [REPOST]

Larry Coryell with John Scofield and Joe Beck - Tributaries (1979)
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Jazz, Fusion, Post-Bop, Guitar Jazz
Original Release Date: 1979 | Audio CD (February 8, 1990) | Label: BMG Music / Novus Series '70

This CD reissue brings back material that guitarist Larry Coryell recorded for the Novus subsidiary when it was run by Arista. Most of the set matches Coryell with fellow guitarists John Scofield and Joe Beck in acoustic trios, two duets and one overdubbed solo performance. The variation of moods and the jazz-oriented material make this summit meeting a success even if the guitarists tend to sound more distinctive on their electric counterparts; after about 20 minutes of similar sounding acoustic guitars, it is difficult not to doze off. Expanding the original program are four Coryell solo acoustic performances that were originally included in the Arista Novus LP European Impressions. Once again, they are well played but primarily of interest to guitarists.

Larry Coryell's 11th House - Seven Secrets (2017)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at June 2, 2017
Larry Coryell's 11th House - Seven Secrets (2017)

Larry Coryell's 11th House - Seven Secrets
Jazz, Fusion | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 63:21 min | 147 MB
Label: Savoy Jazz | Tracks: 11 | Rls.date: 2017

The final recording by legendary jazz fusion pioneers Larry Coryell and Alphonse Mouton in the reformed the Eleventh House in their all new album Seven Secrets which will be released on June 2nd. The late guitarist Coryell assembled founding members Randy Brecker (trumpet), long-timer John Lee (bass), the addition of son Julian (guitar) and the late Alphonse Mouzon (drums) to bring the rock and funk back to jazz again with a batch of eleven powerhouse tracks. The album is truly a group effort with Coryell relying on each member to contribute compositions to the new album (much like he did back in the 70 s).

Larry Coryell - Inner Urge (2001) {HighNote HCD 7064}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at March 7, 2017
Larry Coryell - Inner Urge (2001) {HighNote HCD 7064}

Larry Coryell - Inner Urge (2001) {HighNote HCD 7064}
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© 2001 HighNote Records | HCD 7064
Jazz / Post Bop / Guitar

Veteran guitarist Larry Coryell's third High Note CD is primarily a bop-oriented quartet session with pianist John Hicks, bassist Santi Debriano, and drummer Yoron Israel. The music ranges from a superb arrangement of Joe Henderson's "Inner Urge" to a subtle take of Herbie Hancock's "Dolphin's Dance"; Debriano contributed the brisk samba "Abra Cadabra." The leader switches to acoustic guitar for his duet with Debriano of Ray Bryant's tasty blues "Tonk"; he also plays acoustic guitar during a solo take of his intricate "Turkish Coffee." Producer Don Sickler adds his potent trumpet to two numbers written by Harold Land: the hard-driving "Compulsion" and the more easygoing "Terrain." This very enjoyable session is heartily recommended.