Cause And Effect
"Cause And Effect" features legendary jazz guitarist Larry Coryell, renowned drummer Steve Smith and virtuoso keyboardist Tom Coster, who pay homage to their classic fusion roots. The trio capture the essence of classic jazz with a modern spin to create a cutting-edge progressive fusion album that sets a new standard for the genre. The CD hearkens back to the days of DiMeola's Return To Forever and McLaughlin's Mahavishnu Orhchestra as musical complexity and tough, brazen guitar playing rule the roost once again. Steve Smith's drumming is also oustanding here, while Coster takes advantage of his solo space to knock the listener back into their chair. "Cause And Effect" - screaming guitars taking center stage for your listening pleasure.
|07:53||These Are Odd Times||Instrumental|
|07:15||Wrong Is Right||Instrumental|
|00:49||Cause And Effect||Instrumental|
|08:38||Miss Guided Missile||Instrumental|
|07:51||First Things First||Instrumental|
|02:17||Night Visitors Revisited||Instrumental|
|08:11||Finale: Wes And Jimi||Instrumental|
|Larry Coryell||Guitars, Production|
|Tom Coaster||Keyboards, Production|
|Steve Smith||Drums, Production|
|Victor Wooten||Bass on "These Are Odd Times"|
|Benny Reitveld||Bass on "Plankton", "Nightvisitors" and "Finale: Wes And Jimi"|
|Robert M. Biles||Mixing|
|Dave Stephens||Graphic Design|
|Recorded and mixed at Neverland Studio, Marin County, CA, May 9-19, 1998.
Mastered at Masterdisk, NYC.