jazz-fusion


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jazz-fu·sion

(jăz-fyo͞o′zhən)
n.
See fusion.
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He has worked with jazz-fusion guitar legend John McLaughlin on his Grammy-nominated album Floating Point , performed with the Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra, played at the Lincoln Centre in New York City and BBC Live in London.
To the uninitiated it may at times sound like loud "jazz-fusion", but anyone familiar with 20th-century classical music will hear that that is the real root of the music.
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.
Best known by her first and stage name Banah, the jazz-fusion soulful singer, who has performed numerous gigs around Bahrain, uploaded Bang Bang to the video-sharing platform on Christmas Eve and has already seen it rack up almost 20,000 views.
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.
Fans of contemporary jazz-fusion music will absolutely love this recording.
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.
An Australian jazz-fusion guitarist, Frank Gambale not only boasts a double Grammy win, but also has demonstrated his undisputed genius in the music scene since early 1980.
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.