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John McLaughlin & Katia Labèque / Tilson Thomas ~ London Symphony Orchestra - Concerto For Guitar & Orchestra "The Mediterranean" / Duos For Guitar & Piano
John McLaughlin & Katia Labèque / Tilson Thomas ~ London Symphony Orchestra - Concerto For Guitar & Orchestra "The Mediterranean" / Duos For Guitar & Piano
Performer: John McLaughlin & Katia Labèque / Tilson Thomas ~ London Symphony Orchestra
Title: Concerto For Guitar & Orchestra "The Mediterranean" / Duos For Guitar & Piano
Label: CBS
Country: Turkey
Style: Post Bop, Fusion, Modern, Contemporary
Cat: 45578-4
Rating: 4.5/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2212 mb | MP3 size: 1509 mb | WMA size: 2362 mb
Genre: Jazz
Tracklist

1Until Such Time4:29
2III- Animato8:36
3Montana4:28
4Two Sisters3:53
5Brise De Ceur7:45
6Zakir4:13
7 Duos For Guitar & Piano
8I- Rythmic11:58
9 Concerto For Guitar & Orchestra "The Mediterranean"
10II- Slow & Sad15:34

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MK 45578John McLaughlin, London Symphony Orchestra, Michael Tilson Thomas, Katia Labeque John McLaughlin, London Symphony Orchestra, Michael Tilson Thomas, Katia Labeque - Concerto For Guitar & Orchestra "The Mediterranean" - Duos For Guitar & Piano ‎(CD, Album)CBSMK 45578US1990
FMT 45578John McLaughlin, The London Symphony Orchestra / Michael Tilson Thomas, Katia Labèque John McLaughlin, The London Symphony Orchestra / Michael Tilson Thomas, Katia Labèque - Concerto For Guitar & Orchestra "The Mediterranean" / Duos For Guitar & Piano ‎(Cass, Album, Chr)CBSFMT 45578Netherlands1990
CSCR 8154John McLaughlin "Mediterranean" Concerto ‎(CD, Album)CBS/SonyCSCR 8154Japan1990
FM 45578John McLaughlin & Katia Labèque / Tilson Thomas ~ London Symphony Orchestra John McLaughlin & Katia Labèque / Tilson Thomas ~ London Symphony Orchestra - Concerto For Guitar & Orchestra "The Mediterranean" / Duos For Guitar & Piano ‎(Vinyl, Album)CBSFM 45578Netherlands1990
MK 45578John McLaughlin & Katia Labeque / Michael Tilson Thomas ~ London Symphony Orchestra John McLaughlin & Katia Labeque / Michael Tilson Thomas ~ London Symphony Orchestra - Concerto For Guitar & Orchestra "The Mediterranean" / Duos For Guitar & Piano ‎(CD, Album)CBSMK 45578Austria1990

Credits

  • Acoustic Guitar, Written ByJohn McLaughlin
  • Artwork [Cover Design]Allen Weinberg
  • ConductorTilson Thomas (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Edited By [Music]Gary Schultz (tracks: 1 to 3), Grace Row (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • EngineerBud Graham (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Engineer [Assistant]Bill Lacey (tracks: 1 to 3), Dennis Ferrante (tracks: 1 to 3), Michael Stein (tracks: 1 to 3), Pascal Julien (tracks: 4 to 8), Sandy Palmer (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Engineer [Editing & Mixing]Kevin P. Boutote (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Engineer [Editing]John Johnson (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Engineer [First]Jean-Louis Rizet (tracks: 4 to 8)
  • Engineer [Recording]Martin Edwards (tracks: 1 to 3), Steve Price (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Engineer [Second], Edited ByJean-Paul Darras (tracks: 4 to 8)
  • OrchestraLondon Symphony Orchestra (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Orchestrated ByMichael Gibbs (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Photography ByArthur Elgort
  • Piano [Yamaha & Midi Grand]Katia Labèque (tracks: 4 to 8)
  • ProducerJohn McLaughlin (tracks: 4 to 8), Steven Epstein
  • Programmed By [Synthesizer Programming]Max Costa

Notes

TURKEY PRINTED

CBS SONY MUZIK TURKIYE 45578-4

Companies

  • Distributed By – Sony Müzik (Türkiye) – 45578-4

Video

Album

Track Listings. Disc: 1. Buy it for the guitarpiano duets with MclAughlin and Labeque. The first and third symphonic arrangements are a tad hypertensive. Read more. The orchestra is tight, and the guitar playing brilliant - as could be said about most of McLaughlin's recordings - but none of it is memorable. The harmonic progressions are all standard fare, done hundreds if not thousands of times by other composers there is nothing the slightest bit catchy or risqué here. Photography By Arthur Elgort. Piano Katia Labeque tracks: 4 to 8. Producer John McLaughlin tracks: 4 to 8, Steven Epstein. Programmed By Max Costa. Duos for Guitar & Piano, Zakir 4:12. Total Time: 61:09. Acoustic Guitar, Written By John McLaughlin Conductor Tilson Thomas tracks: 1 to 3 Orchestra London Symphony Orchestra tracks: 1 to 3 Orchestrated By Michael Gibbs tracks: 1 to 3 Piano Katia Labèque tracks: 4 to 8 Programmed By Max Costa. John McLaughlin. Back in the classical arena, McLaughlin conceived an ambitious guitar concerto, unveiling it with the Los Angeles Philharmonic in November 1985, but waited until 1988 to record it with his old colleagues Michael Tilson Thomas and the London Symphony Orchestra. The big difference between this and the music on Apocalypse is that McLaughlin dispenses with jazz and rock entirely, writing a neo-Romantic classical piece lushly orchestrated again by Michael Gibbs quite obviously modeled in style and sentiment after Joaquin Rodrigo's Concierto de Aranjuez. Duos 5 for guitar & piano. Piano Katia Labèque tracks: 4 to 8. Duos: Mixed at Studio Ramses, Paris. Made In Holland. Barcode and Other Identifiers. Michael Tilson Thomas. Gary Schultz. Bud Graham. Bill Lacey. London Symphony Orchestra, The. Orchestrated By. Michael Gibbs. Photography By. Arthur Elgort. Katia Labèque. John McLaughlin, Katia Labèque, Michael Tilson Thomas, London Symphony Orchestra, The - Duos For Guitar & Piano mp3. John McLaughlin, Katia Labèque, Michael Tilson Thomas, London Symphony Orchestra, The - Brise De Ceur mp3. See also releases of John McLaughlin, Katia Labèque, Michael Tilson Thomas, London Symphony Orchestra, The: Click to release cover to see details: Love Devotion Surrender. Friday Night In San Francisco. Sold and dispatched by. It sometimes can enable real time monitoring of the delivery if the postal service offers a tracking number. Used method by the seller for this type of shipping : Economy. Priority -. Used method by the seller for this type of shipping : Priority Air Mail. The orchestra at times makes JM's guitar fairly inaudible, but the mix is for the most part very friendly to the subdued tones of the classical guitar. Most of the areas where the classical guitar is drowned out are areas that would not fit the classical guitar's softness. The last 5 tracks are classical guitar and piano duets with pianist Katia Labeque. These songs are not completely without the occasional Jazz feel to them, but are for the most part classical duets. McLaughlin's primary influence to my ear is not the obvious Rodrigo, but Aaron Copland. Michael Tilson Thomas conducted the London Symphony Orchestra, as he had for McLaughlin's Apocalypse fourteen years earlier. As expected, the orchestra sounds, well, orchestral. But, there is something thrilling about hearing McLaughlin's unusual melodies emanating from such a traditional source. Five pieces for guitar and piano also appear on the album, and that's where the jazz happens. Katia LaBeque, a gifted classical musician who was also McLaughlin's love at the time, joins in. The tunes are jazz thematic in nature and are quite dynamic. The most pleasing piece is Zakir which McLaughlin has presented in several different contexts over the years