Yamashta, Stomu / Steve Winwood / Michael Shrieve

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Yamashta, Stomu / Steve Winwood / Michael Shrieve - Go Go
Jazz New - LP ILPS 9387 Island
Sealed 1976 Original. CC.... more details
 
Yamashta, Stomu / Steve Winwood / Michael Shrieve - Go Go
Jazz New - LP ILPS 9387 Island
Sealed 1976 Original. “Go Is A Concept Album In The Truest Sense Of The Term, Fusing Pop/Rock With Tinges Of Jazz And Elements Of Classical All Connected By A Central Motif Of Space Travel. More Specifically, According To Robin Denselow's Liner Essay, The Theme Deals With "Change And Polarity-Fantasy And Reality, Death And Re-Birth, Things Changing To Their Opposites." Stomu Yamashta, Steve Winwood And Michael Shrieve Lead An Impressive Ensemble Through Soundscapes, Unveiled In A Variety Of Perspectives. Perhaps It Is The International Cast Of Performers That Allows For Such An Unfettered Consortium Of Ideas That Brought Together Former Spencer Davis Group, Traffic And Blind Faith Member Steve Winwood, As Well As Santana Co-Founder Michael Shrieve And Mid-'70s Era Santana Percussionist Yamashta — The Latter Of Whom Were Key Benefactors To The Criminally Underrated Santana Long-Player Borboletta (1974). Ably Assisting The Festivities Are Return To Forever's Al Dimeola (Guitar), Klaus Schulze (Synthesizer) Whose Contributions To Tangerine Dream And Ash Ra Tempel Remain Unequaled, And Winwood's One-Time Traffic Accomplice Rosko Gee (Bass), Who Also Had A Fruitful Run With Can. Each Side Of The Original LP Contains A Complete Suite Of Interconnected And Continuous Music.” – Lindsay Planner, All Music Guide... more details
 
Yamashta, Stomu / Steve Winwood / Michael Shrieve - Go Go
Jazz New - LP ILPS 9387 Island
Sealed 1976 Original, Small Saw Cut. “Go Is A Concept Album In The Truest Sense Of The Term, Fusing Pop/Rock With Tinges Of Jazz And Elements Of Classical All Connected By A Central Motif Of Space Travel. More Specifically, According To Robin Denselow's Liner Essay, The Theme Deals With "Change And Polarity-Fantasy And Reality, Death And Re-Birth, Things Changing To Their Opposites." Stomu Yamashta, Steve Winwood And Michael Shrieve Lead An Impressive Ensemble Through Soundscapes, Unveiled In A Variety Of Perspectives. Perhaps It Is The International Cast Of Performers That Allows For Such An Unfettered Consortium Of Ideas That Brought Together Former Spencer Davis Group, Traffic And Blind Faith Member Steve Winwood, As Well As Santana Co-Founder Michael Shrieve And Mid-'70s Era Santana Percussionist Yamashta — The Latter Of Whom Were Key Benefactors To The Criminally Underrated Santana Long-Player Borboletta (1974). Ably Assisting The Festivities Are Return To Forever's Al Dimeola (Guitar), Klaus Schulze (Synthesizer) Whose Contributions To Tangerine Dream And Ash Ra Tempel Remain Unequaled, And Winwood's One-Time Traffic Accomplice Rosko Gee (Bass), Who Also Had A Fruitful Run With Can. Each Side Of The Original LP Contains A Complete Suite Of Interconnected And Continuous Music.” – Lindsay Planner, All Music Guide.... more details
 

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