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Electric Guitarist

John McLaughlin

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Since John McLaughlin's first two post-Shakti albums -- Electric Guitarist and Electric Dreams -- featured the word "electric" in their titles, it seems that the guitarist wanted to emphasize his more plugged-in side to those who might not have followed along on three previous releases featuring his acoustic world music band. He also thumbed through his impressive phone book to call in some of the cream of the 1977 crop of jazz fusionists to help him out on Electric Guitarist, a true return to form. Ex-Mahavishnu members Jerry Goodman and Billy Cobham assist in kicking things off just like in the old days with "New York on My Mind," a tune that could have been an outtake from his earlier Mahavishnu Orchestra work. Also along for the ride are Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke, David Sanborn, Carlos Santana, Jack Bruce, and four legendary drummers including Cobham, Tony Williams, Jack DeJohnette, and Narada Michael Walden. Unfortunately, the credits don't specify who plays on which track (well-written liner notes would help there), but anyone familiar with the distinctive styles of these artists can easily pick them out. McLaughlin is in fine form throughout, especially when playing clean, staccato, bent notes on the ballad "Every Tear from Every Eye." The majority of the selections stay in a more subtle but amped-up groove as McLaughlin shifts from dreamy to a faster, more straight-ahead tempo on the seven-minute "Do You Hear the Voices that You Left Behind?" A duet with Billy Cobham on "Phenomenon: Compulsion" provides the set's most frantic fireworks as both musicians air out their chops on a breathless, galloping piece with some of the guitarist's most furious picking. ~ Hal Horowitz

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1
New York On My Mind (Album Version) 00:05:44

Billy Cobham, Drums - J. McLaughlin, Composer - J. McLaughlin, Lyricist - Stu Goldberg, Piano - Stu Goldberg, Organ - Mike Berniker, Producer - Larry Keyes, Mastering Engineer - John McLoughlin, Producer - John McLoughlin, Guitar - Dennis McKay, Producer - Dennis McKay, Engineer - Fernando Sounders, Bass - Jerry Goodman, Violin - John McLaughlin, Performer

(P) 1978 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

2
Frienship (Album Version) 00:06:59

J. McLaughlin, Composer - J. McLaughlin, Lyricist - Narada Michael Walden, Drums - Neil Jason, Bass - Tom Coster, Organ - Alyrio Lima, Percussion - Mike Berniker, Producer - Label Copy Conversion/Epic Unknown, Performer - Larry Keyes, Mastering Engineer - John McLoughlin, Producer - Dennis McKay, Producer - Dennis McKay, Engineer - Armando Peraza, Congas - Devadip Carlos Santana, Guitar - John McLaughlin, Guitar

(P) 1978 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

3
Every Tear From Every Eye (Album Version) 00:06:50

David Sanborn, Alto Saxophone - J. McLaughlin, Composer - J. McLaughlin, Lyricist - Patrice Rushen, Piano - Mike Berniker, Producer - Tony Smith, Drums - Label Copy Conversion/Epic Unknown, Performer - Larry Keyes, Mastering Engineer - John McLoughlin, Guitar - John McLoughlin, Producer - Dennis McKay, Producer - Dennis McKay, Engineer - Alphonso Johnson, Bass

(P) 1978 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

4
Do You Hear The Voices You Left Behind? (Album Version) 00:07:38

Chick Corea, Piano - Jack DeJohnette, Drums - John McLaughlin, Producer - John McLaughlin, Performer - J. McLaughlin, Composer - J. McLaughlin, Lyricist - Dennis McKay, Producer - Stanley Clarke, Acoustic Bass

(P) 1978 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT.

5
Are You The One? Are You The One? (Album Version) 00:04:41

Mike Berniker, Producer - John McLoughlin, Guitar - John McLoughlin, Producer - Larry Keyes, Mastering Engineer - J. McLaughlin, Composer - J. McLaughlin, Lyricist - Label Copy Conversion/Epic Unknown, Performer - Dennis McKay, Producer - Dennis McKay, Engineer - Jack Bruce, Bass - Tony Williams, Drums

(P) 1978 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

6
Phenomenon: Compulsion (Album Version) 00:03:20

Mike Berniker, Producer - John McLoughlin, Producer - John McLoughlin, Guitar - Billy Cobham, Drums - Larry Keyes, Mastering Engineer - John McLaughlin, Performer - J. McLaughlin, Composer - J. McLaughlin, Lyricist - Dennis McKay, Producer - Dennis McKay, Engineer

(P) 1978 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

7
My Foolish Heart (Album Version) 00:03:24

Mike Berniker, Producer - John McLoughlin, Producer - John McLoughlin, Electric Guitar - N. Washington, Composer - N. Washington, Lyricist - V. Young, Composer - V. Young, Lyricist - John McLaughlin, Performer - Dennis McKay, Producer

(P) 1978 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT.

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Since John McLaughlin's first two post-Shakti albums -- Electric Guitarist and Electric Dreams -- featured the word "electric" in their titles, it seems that the guitarist wanted to emphasize his more plugged-in side to those who might not have followed along on three previous releases featuring his acoustic world music band. He also thumbed through his impressive phone book to call in some of the cream of the 1977 crop of jazz fusionists to help him out on Electric Guitarist, a true return to form. Ex-Mahavishnu members Jerry Goodman and Billy Cobham assist in kicking things off just like in the old days with "New York on My Mind," a tune that could have been an outtake from his earlier Mahavishnu Orchestra work. Also along for the ride are Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke, David Sanborn, Carlos Santana, Jack Bruce, and four legendary drummers including Cobham, Tony Williams, Jack DeJohnette, and Narada Michael Walden. Unfortunately, the credits don't specify who plays on which track (well-written liner notes would help there), but anyone familiar with the distinctive styles of these artists can easily pick them out. McLaughlin is in fine form throughout, especially when playing clean, staccato, bent notes on the ballad "Every Tear from Every Eye." The majority of the selections stay in a more subtle but amped-up groove as McLaughlin shifts from dreamy to a faster, more straight-ahead tempo on the seven-minute "Do You Hear the Voices that You Left Behind?" A duet with Billy Cobham on "Phenomenon: Compulsion" provides the set's most frantic fireworks as both musicians air out their chops on a breathless, galloping piece with some of the guitarist's most furious picking. ~ Hal Horowitz

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