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>>By Danny (Tuesday, 8 Apr 2003 17:46)
this is my first week Known mahavishnu and i think they are marbellous, somebody can give me some mp3??????
>>By tolchoco (Friday, 25 Apr 2003 17:27)
The mahavishnu orchestra are so good to be stoned listening to, they actually put you in another world. the same goes for pink floyyd too!
Keep music live!
>>By Triv (Saturday, 5 Jul 2003 17:37)
I was lucky enough to have seen the orignal Mahavishnu band with Jan Hammer & company, way back in 72 in Philadelphia. One of my favorite memories was when they performed Miles Beyond with an extended jam duet between Goodman, Hammer and McLaughlin and later a beautiful medly that incorporated Meeting of the Spirits, Birds of Fire and Dance of the Maya in a seemles transition of musical bliss. Hands down, the greatest Maha tune is Dance of the Maya, although all are superb.
Since Mahavisnhu, John's Que Alegria is also a monumental collection of ethereal, visually stunning compositions with fantastic texturing and virtuosity from all three musicians.
>>By es-355 (Friday, 25 Jul 2003 14:58)
My Favorite band, because of Visions of the emerald beyound, and birds of fire. Though honestly i am not delighted that much with other albums by them.
Within this song "Celestial Terrestrial Commuters" is my top all favorite. It is strange that meanwhile I like musics by many genres, I feel I can define a favorite song...
Dear es-355 ,
It was good to hear about your experience of a true concert by them for a 27 year-old fan:)
>>By xpike (Tuesday, 10 Jan 2006 11:13)
Awesome, awesome band. Billy Cobham is amazing.
>>By fadastic (Tuesday, 26 Sep 2006 08:20)
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