500 Miles High

May 20, 2011 at 12:26 pm Leave a comment

This continues what seems to have turned into a mini-project of arrangements and recordings of classic fusion tunes.

500 Miles High appeared on the 1972 album “Light as a Feather” by Chick Corea and Return to Forever. Also on that landmark album was his classic “Spain”, which I covered on my album “Still Hungry“.

With the arrangement I tried to develop a feel and setting that would be different from the original samba. This recording is again for guitar, bass, keys and drums. I played the guitar and bass parts and – other than the piano solo which I actually played –  programmed the key and drum parts. The guitar, by the way, is my new Tom Anderson Short-T.

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Entry filed under: bass guitar, classic jazz, Guitar, Jazz, jazz fusion, Music, Oldies, Smooth Jazz, Vintage Instrumentals.

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