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Foley (lead bass), synthesizer player Donald Blackman (from White's Twennynine band), pianist Patrice Rushen and trumpeter-vocalist Mark Ledford (who suffered a fatal heart attack in November 2004)...What a Dream" through the encore version which
April 7, 2013 Drumming legend Lenny White made his first trip to Japan in 1971, before he became a stick wielding star with fusion pioneers Return To Forever . He's played to appreciative audiences in that country time and again over the years, in
September 19, 2012 Those who toil in the jazz trenches often spend a lifetime trying to develop their own sound and acquire a high-level understanding of this music, but a select few seem to be born into the fold. Drumming innovator Tony Williams ,
I don't want to say of all time, because that feels a bit trite, but I've certainly loved this album since I first heard it, nearly 20 years ago - and nearly 20 years after it was released. produced the album...I'd been reading guitar magazines long
For one, there isn't much space for your ear to catch its breath. For another, unless you were in your teens in the late '60s and early '70s, the music will likely sound like noise. But for those who heard this music with peers just as their
Lenny White and his fellow jazz/rockers have already returned home to the States, and picked up an opening act, Dweezil Zappa and his crack outfit, Zappa Plays Zappa. After touring the East Coast and Midwest, they are about to hit the Left Coast and
That much can be said about the seminal 1970s-era jazz fusion band Return to Forever. The roster of musicians that, at one time or another, have played in the band includes pianist Chick Corea, bassist Stanley Clarke and guitarist Al DiMeola.
2011-08-07 This week, let's check out some videos of Return to Forever , who are coming to St. Louis later this month to perform at the Fox Theatre on Thursday, August 25. (Zappa Plays Zappa will be the opening act.) This version of the band, dubbed
B+ P icking up on the success of the 2009 Return to Forever reunion tour that came after a 31-year hiatus, the quartet returns as a trio: pianist and leader Chick Corea, bassist Stanley Clarke and drummer Lenny White, but minus guitarist Al Di Meola.
2011-06-23 Fusion jazz drummer Lenny White is prepping for a reunion with the newly expanded Return to Forever, which will make 32 stops in the U.S. beginning in Pittsburgh on Aug. 7. The newest members are former Mahavishnu Orchestra violinist Jean-