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The Tony Williams Lifetime

Founded in the late 1960s by drummer Tony Williams following his stint with Miles Davis, Lifetime set the standard to which all other jazz fusion groups would aspire. The outfit was a showcase for Williams's frenetic, freewheeling approach to time-keeping, but also boasted at various points John McLaughlin on electric guitar, Jack Bruce and Ron Carter on bass, and Larry Young on organ. Though ostensibly a jazz unit, Lifetime was capable of moments of explosive power on par with any rock band from the era. Williams kept the Lifetime name going into the early '80s, influencing jazz and rock musicians alike.
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  • The Tony Williams Lifetime

    Jazz - Released by Verve Reissues on Jan 1, 1969

    Tony Williams' Emergency was one of the first and most influential albums in late-'60s fusion, a double-LP set that shattered the boundaries between j ...

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  • The Tony Williams Lifetime

    Jazz - Released by Verve on Jan 17, 1970

    The better of the two albums the Tony Williams Lifetime recorded in 1970, Turn It Over, is a far more focused and powerful album than the loose, exper ...

    16-Bit CD Quality 44.1 kHz - Stereo
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