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Jazz - Erschienen am 1. März 1977 | Columbia - Legacy

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Jazz Fusion & Jazzrock - Erschienen am 18. September 1979 | Columbia - Legacy

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Jazz - Erschienen am 20. November 2015 | Columbia - Legacy

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Höher, schneller, weiter. Ein Kampf der Gladiatoren: Joe Zawinul gegen Jaco Pastorius. Ob auf oder hinter der Bühne – immer schwindelerregender schraubten der Keyboarder und der legendäre Bassist die Spirale des Wetteiferns hoch. Für Jaco war Joe der Mentor, Vaterersatz, Maestro und Guru, dem er imponieren wollte; bei Weather Report zu spielen der Traum seines Lebens. Den Kogründer Wayne Shorter hatte er von seinem Platz als Ko-Leader verdrängt und wusste die ganze Band zu beflügeln. Bis seine Trinkfreudigkeit ihn einholte und die Show zur Zirkusnummer abglitt; dass Jaco manisch-depressiv war, ahnte noch niemand. Knapp drei Jahre – die besten in Pastorius’ kurzem Leben – dokumentiert diese 4-CD-Box. Einen Tanz auf dem Vulkan entfacht er am Fretless Bass mit Erskine 1980 live in London im fast 18-minütigen „Madagascar“ oder in „Port Of Entry“. Was der Bassist in „Dream Clock“ anstellt, ist ebenso genial wie das fulminante Interplay zwischen Erskine und Shorter in „Black Market“. Diese „legendären“ Live-Tapes, von Drummer Peter Erskine – zum Teil aus seiner Privatschatulle stammend – produziert und kommentiert, zeigen primär Zawinuls Grandeur als Komponist und Keyboarder, die perfekte Umsetzung seiner Vision. Genial sind aber längst nicht alle dieser Archivfundstücke – manches klingt besonders ab 1980 arg nach Routine. Eine Digitaltechnik gab’s noch nicht, der (Sony-)Kassettenrecorder lief am Pult mit, Shorters Saxofon ist sehr in den Hintergrund gemischt, aber das Powerplay kommt rüber. Als Ergänzung empfehle ich ein Radiotape mit Bassist Miroslav Vitous aus der herrlich chaotischen Frühphase: „The Agora, Columbus, Ohio, 17.10.72“ (Hi Hat 2 CDs). © Lippegaus, Karl / www.fonoforum.de
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Pop/Rock - Erschienen am 1. März 1977 | Columbia - Legacy

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Jazz Fusion & Jazzrock - Erschienen am 26. März 1991 | Columbia - Legacy

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Jazz Fusion & Jazzrock - Erschienen am 23. Juli 1991 | Legacy - Columbia

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Jazz - Erschienen am 17. April 1979 | Columbia - Legacy

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Jazz Fusion & Jazzrock - Erschienen am 11. März 1976 | Columbia - Legacy

The shifts in Weather Report's personnel come fast and furious now, with Narada Michael Walden and Chester Thompson as the drummers, Alex Acuna and Don Alias at the percussion table, and Alphonso Johnson giving way to the mighty, martyred Jaco Pastorius. It is interesting to hear Pastorius expanding the bass role only incrementally over what the more funk-oriented Johnson was doing at this early point -- that is, until "Barbary Coast," where suddenly Jaco leaps athletically forward into the spotlight. Joe Zawinul or just Zawinul, as he preferred to be billed -- contributed all of side one's compositions, mostly Third World-flavored workouts except for "Cannon Ball," a touching tribute to his ex-boss Cannonball Adderley (who had died the year before). Shorter, Pastorius, and Johnson split the remainder of the tracks, with Shorter now set in a long-limbed compositional mode for electric bands that would serve him into the 1990s. While it goes without saying that most Weather Report albums are transition albums, this diverse record is even more transient than most, paving the way for WR's most popular period while retaining the old sense of adventure. © Richard S. Ginell /TiVo
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Jazz - Erschienen am 17. April 1976 | Columbia - Legacy

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Jazz - Erschienen am 17. April 1978 | Columbia - Legacy

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Jazz - Erschienen am 3. September 2013 | Columbia - Legacy

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Jazz Fusion & Jazzrock - Erschienen am 25. Juni 1985 | Columbia

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Jazz - Erschienen am 17. April 1979 | Columbia - Legacy

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Jazz Fusion & Jazzrock - Erschienen am 27. April 1973 | Columbia - Legacy

Right from the start, a vastly different Weather Report emerges here, one that reflects co-leader Joe Zawinul's developing obsession with the groove. It is the groove that rules this mesmerizing album, leading off with the irresistible 3/4 marathon deceptively tagged as the "Boogie Woogie Waltz" and proceeding through a variety of Latin-grounded hip-shakers. It is a record of discovery for Zawinul, who augments his Rhodes electric piano with a funky wah-wah pedal, unveils the ARP synthesizer as a melodic instrument and sound-effects device, and often coasts along on one chord. The once fiery Wayne Shorter has been tamed, for he now contributes mostly sustained ethereal tunes on soprano sax, his tone sometimes doubled for a pleasing octave effect. The wane of freewheeling ensemble interplay is more than offset by the big increase in rhythmic push; bassist Miroslav Vitous, drummer Eric Gravatt, and percussionist Dom Um Romao are now cogs in one of jazz's great swinging machines. © Richard S. Ginell /TiVo
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Jazz Fusion & Jazzrock - Erschienen am 19. Februar 1983 | Columbia

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Pop/Rock - Erschienen am 19. April 1984 | Sony Music Media

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Jazz Fusion & Jazzrock - Erschienen am 26. Mai 1972 | Columbia - Legacy

Like the weather itself, this band would assume a new shape with virtually every release -- and this album, half recorded in the studio and half live in Tokyo, set the pattern of change. Exit Airto Moreira and Alphonse Mouzon; enter percussionist Dom Um Romao, drummer Eric Gravatt, and a slew of cameo guests like guitarist Ralph Towner, flutist Hubert Laws, and others. The studio tracks are more biting, more ethnically diverse in influence, and more laden with electronic effects and grandiose structural complexities than before. The live material (heard in full on the import Live in Tokyo) is even fiercer and showcases for the first time some of the tremendous drive WR was capable of, though it doesn't give you much of an idea of its stream of consciousness nature. © Richard S. Ginell /TiVo
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Jazz - Erschienen am 17. April 1982 | Columbia - Legacy

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Jazz - Erschienen am 8. Mai 2020 | Angel Air

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Jazz - Erschienen am 11. März 1976 | Columbia

The shifts in Weather Report's personnel come fast and furious now, with Narada Michael Walden and Chester Thompson as the drummers, Alex Acuna and Don Alias at the percussion table, and Alphonso Johnson giving way to the mighty, martyred Jaco Pastorius. It is interesting to hear Pastorius expanding the bass role only incrementally over what the more funk-oriented Johnson was doing at this early point -- that is, until "Barbary Coast," where suddenly Jaco leaps athletically forward into the spotlight. Joe Zawinul or just Zawinul, as he preferred to be billed -- contributed all of side one's compositions, mostly Third World-flavored workouts except for "Cannon Ball," a touching tribute to his ex-boss Cannonball Adderley (who had died the year before). Shorter, Pastorius, and Johnson split the remainder of the tracks, with Shorter now set in a long-limbed compositional mode for electric bands that would serve him into the 1990s. While it goes without saying that most Weather Report albums are transition albums, this diverse record is even more transient than most, paving the way for WR's most popular period while retaining the old sense of adventure. © Richard S. Ginell /TiVo