jazz-fusion


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jazz-fu·sion

(jăz-fyo͞o′zhən)
n.
See fusion.
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The music showcases many different genres, from straight-ahead jazz to 70's jazz-fusion, allowing the players to stretch their imaginations both singularly and collectively.
Mendes is the ultimate jazz-fusion icon who loves to constantly create new sounds with contemporary artists.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The experimental jazz-fusion ensemble Sun Ra Arkestra, the Tunisian oud player Dhafer Youssef and the Dutch-based Turkish singer-songwriter Karsu DE[micro]nmez are among the eclectic selection of performers at this year's Cappadox Festival, set for late May in the central Anatolian tourist attraction of Cappadocia.
The tribute also featured a historic reunion for the first time in decades of Hancock's groundbreaking jazz-fusion Mwandishi band from the early '70s -- with the pianist joining multi-reed player Benny Maupin, trombonist Julian Priester, trumpeter Eddie Henderson, drummer Billy Hart and bassist Buster Williams to play his composition ''Toys.
Jazz-fusion and hard bop saxophonist Steve Grossman and trumpeter-composer Sean Jones will follow on February 19.
Jazz Forever Corea, Clarke & White In the 1970s Return To Forever became in some ways the most bloated of jazz-fusion bands.
Consider that he recorded with the iconic Stephane Grappelli while playing during the same period with jazz-fusion legends Soft Machine and you'll get the idea.
During the study, each of the eight pairs played a short jazz-fusion melody together up to 60 times, while the EEG picked up their brain waves via electrodes on their scalps.
Each pair was asked to play a short jazz-fusion piece, composed by Alexander Buck, up to 60 times together.
But his association with jazz-fusion began with Jean-Luc Ponty.
The selections range from the North American jazz-fusion sounds of Q and Karawak Dreams, to the bright and colorful rhythms of the Caribbean islands documented unconditionally on the selections Mambo Yo, Cha Cha Blue, and Descarga del Mundo.
In the mid-'70s, Beck changed directions and recorded the groundbreaking jazz-fusion albums ``Blow by Blow'' and ``Wired,'' both produced by Beatles collaborator George Martin.