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Larry Coryell - Dragon Gate album

Larry Coryell - Dragon Gate album Performer: Larry Coryell
Title: Dragon Gate
Date of release: 1989
Country: US
Size MP3: 1737 mb
Size FLAC: 1730 mb
Rating: 4.4

Coryell is an album by jazz guitarist Larry Coryell that was released in 1969 by Vanguard Records. The album was produced by Daniel Weiss and engineered by David Baker, Paul Berkowitz and Randy Rand. He says Coryell's "masterful playing is especially impressive compared to his ill-advised singing". All tracks written by Larry Coryell except where noted.

Boléro is an album by jazz guitarist Larry Coryell that was released by String Records in 1981. The album was released on CD in 1993 by Evidence and includes the tracks from the LP At the Airport (1983) recorded with guitarist Brian Keane.

Album · 1989 · 10 Songs. The Dragon Gate Larry Coryell. Listen on Apple Music.

The Dragon Gate, 03:42. Sunset On Soweto, 03:43. West Coast Blues, 04:11. Molly's Lament, 04:38. Back Bay Blues, 04:41. And She Loved Him, 03:45.

Larry Coryell, Billy Cognah, Bireli Lagrene & Rich The Dragon Gate.

A forward-thinking jazz guitarist and early architect of electric fusion, Larry Coryell is perhaps less well-known for his singing. However, during the late '60s and early '70s, Coryell did just that, writing and performing a handful of inspired, if quirky ngwriter style compositions on every album. His second solo album, 1969's Coryell, is a great example, and finds him fearlessly blurring the lines between hardcore blues-inflected jazz, pop, and rock.


A1 The Dragon Gate
A2 Giant Steps
A3 Sunset On Soweto
A4 West Coast Blues
A5 Molly's Lament
B1 Back Bay Blues
B2 And She Loved Him
B3 Bottleneck Blackout
B4 Things Ain't What They Used To Be
B5 Snow Prince


Includes booklet with tablature/notation

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
97005 Larry Coryell Dragon Gate ‎(CD, Album) Shanachie 97005 US 1989
97005 Larry Coryell Dragon Gate ‎(Cass) Shanachie 97005 US 1989

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Elastic Skunk
Absolutely quintessential!