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Larry Coryell - At The Village Gate


Tracklist


1Beyond These Chilling Winds
Written By, Vocals – Julie CoryellWritten-By – Larry Coryell
7:50
2The Opening
Written-By – Larry Coryell
6:10
3Entardecendo En Saudade
Written-By – Chick Corea
7:50
4Can You Follow? (Dance On The Green Hill)
Written-By – Jack Bruce
9:20
5After Later
Written-By – Larry Coryell
5:45

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VSD-6573Larry Coryell At The Village Gate ‎(LP, Album, Promo)VanguardVSD-6573US1971
VSD•6573Larry Coryell At The Village Gate ‎(LP, Album, RP)VanguardVSD•6573Canada1982
VAN L 7406Larry Coryell At The Village Gate ‎(8-Trk, Album, Quad)Vanguard StereolabVAN L 7406US1973
VMD 6573, UV 022Larry Coryell At The Village Gate ‎(CD, Album, RE, Dig)Vanguard, Universe VMD 6573, UV 022Italy2001
VSD-6573Larry Coryell At The Village Gate ‎(LP, Album)VanguardVSD-6573UK1971

Credits


  • BassMervin Bronson
  • DrumsHarry Wilkinson
  • EngineerClaude Karczmer, Ed Friedner, Jeff Zaraya
  • Guitar, Vocals, Written-ByLarry Coryell
  • Photography ByBuck Hoeffler
  • ProducerJack Lothrop
  • BassMervin Bronson
  • DrumsHarry Wilkinson
  • EngineerClaude Karczmer, Ed Friedner, Jeff Zaraya
  • Guitar, VocalsLarry Coryell
  • Photography ByBuck Hoeffler
  • ProducerJack Lothrop

Notes


UK release with front laminated cover
On cover: © 1975
On labels: ℗ 1972

Recorded live January 21st and 22nd 1971 at The Village Gate, New York City.
Vanguard Recording Society, INC. 71 West 23rd Street, New York, N.Y. 10010.No reference to Quadraphonic version on rear cover.

Recorded live at The Village Gate, New York City
Vanguard Recording Society, INC. 71 West 23rd Street, New York, N.Y. 10010
Printed in U.S.A.

Copyright 1971
Vanguard Recording Society, Inc., N.Y.
Recorded in U.S.A.

Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): VSD 6573 A-1△G
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): VSD 6573 B-1△G
  • Matrix / Runout (on label Side A): VSD 6573-A
  • Matrix / Runout (on label Side B): VSD 6573-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label (set 1)): VSD-6573-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label (set 1)): VSD-6573-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label (set 2)): XSV 223772
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label (set 2)): XSV 223773
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout variant 1, side A stamped): XSV223772-1A V SD 6573 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout variant 1, side B stamped): XSV223773-1A V SD 6573 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout variant 2, side A stamped): XSV223772-1B V SD 6573 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout variant 2, side B stamped): XSV223773-1B V SD 6573 B
  • Pressing Plant ID (Stamped both sides runout): P

Companies


  • Manufactured By – Pye Records (Sales) Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Pye Records (Sales) Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Pye Records
  • Printed By – Robert Stace
  • Published By – Ryerson Music
  • Published By – Bruce Music
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Recorded At – Village Gate
  • Copyright (c) – Vanguard Recording Society, Inc.
  • Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman

Video


Info


Aurora Coryellis. Larry Coryell. Larry Coryell, Mike Clark, Dylan Taylor. Side 1 1. After Later 5:45 3. Night of Jazz Guitars. Total votes: 6. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Larry Coryell, Jack Bruce, Mitch Mitchell Coryell, Mike Clark, Dylan Taylor. Other albums by Larry Coryell. Etardecendo En Saudade 7:50 Side 2 You Follow Dance On A Green Hill 9:20 2. Larry Coryell - After Later. 2017 feat. After growing up in Seattle, Washington, in 1965, Coryell moved to New York City where he became part of Chico Hamilton's quintet, replacing Gabor Szabo. Two for the Road. Seven Secrets. Larry Coryell, Steve Khan. His music during the late 1960s and early 1970s combined the influences of rock, jazz and eastern music. Recorded live at the Village Gate, New York City, January 21, 22, 23 1971. Larry Coryell at the Village Gate is a live album by jazz guitarist Larry Coryell that was recorded on January 21 and 22, 1971 at the Village Gate in New York City. Songs in album Larry Coryell - At The Village Gate 1971. The Dragon Gate. All tracks are written by Larry Coryell except where noted. Larry Coryell - Beyond Those Chilling Winds. Larry Coryell & Mike Clark. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Larry Coryell. Larry Coryell & The Eleventh House At Montreaux - Larry Coryell. Larry Coryell, Helmut Kagerer, Paulo Morello, Andreas Dombert, Larry Coryell & Paulo Morello & Helmut Kagerer & Andreas Dombert, Larry Coryell, Paulo Morello, Helmut Kagerer & Andreas Dombert. He says Coryell's masterful playing is especially impressive compared to his ill-advised singing. Larry Coryell & The Eleventh House At Montreaux. Although remembered, as a jazz guitarist Larry Coryell is probably the rockiest of them all, since he started and played in rock band from 59 onwards, until by the mid-60's, he was seen in jazz circles. At The Village Gate is a music live recording by LARRY CORYELL Jazz RockFusionProgressive Rock released in 1971 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. Larry Coryell April 2, 1943-February 19, 2017 was an American jazz fusion guitarist. Larry Coryell - Entardecendo En Saudade. Larry Coryell - The Opening. Live at the Village Gate finds Coryell and his bass-and-drums combo stretching out on five tunes including a Jack Bruce cover, merging the brutal crunch of rock with the dexterity of jazz. At the Village Gate is a fusion music live album recording by LARRY CORYELL released in 1971 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Listen free to Larry Coryell At the Village Gate The Opening, After Later and more. 5 tracks 37:09. The album included a cover version of a song by Jack Bruce with whom Coryell toured in 1968. He was born in Galveston, Texas in 1943. The Opening 6:10 2. This was the first album on which his wife Julie Coryell sang. In 1967 and 1968, he recorded with Gary Burton. This 1971 live recording shows Coryell at his most rock-oriented, perhaps in honor of the then-recent passing of guitar god Jimi Hendrix. The album was produced by Daniel Weiss and engineered by David Baker, Paul Berkowitz and Randy Rand. Although remembered, as a jazz guitarist Larry Coryell is probably the rockiest of them all, since he started and played in rock band from 59 onwards, until by the mid-60's, he was seen in jazz circles. Coryell is an album by jazz guitarist Larry Coryell that was released in 1969 by Vanguard Records. Barefoot Man: Sanpaku. The Village Gate has seen amazing talent on its stage over the years, so its no surprise to find Larry Coryell there as well, holding court and laying out a smoldering show featuring his power trio there as well, holding court and laying out a smoldering show featuring his power trio , a grouping style that was very in at the time, due to. Beyond These Chilling Winds 7:50 . The Funky Waltz. It was released by Vanguard Records. Rolling Stone stated the album showed Coryell with a power-trio in rock form. 2016 Live. In his memoir, Coryell stated that Bronson and Wilkinson formed a

Larry Coryell - At The Village Gate
Performer: Larry Coryell
Genre: Jazz
Title: At The Village Gate
Country: US
Released: 1971
Style: Jazz-Rock, Fusion
MP3 album: 2679 mb
FLAC album: 1043 mb
Source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Pitman Press
№ Cat: VSD-6573
Label: Vanguard

Forey
The Village Gate has seen amazing talent on its stage over the years, so it’s no surprise to find Larry Coryell [the godfather of Fusion] there as well, holding court and laying out a smoldering show featuring his power trio [drummer Harry Wilkinson, along with bassist Mervin Bronson], a grouping style that was very in at the time, due to the success of other trios such as Cream and The Jimi Hendrix Experience, blending his take on fusion, easily dancing on the rock and jazz sides of the fence.

Coryell made a name for himself touring with Jack Bruce [of Cream] in 1968, and even covers the Jack Bruce song “Can You Follow,” a nine minute opus of inspiration.  The album was an instant success, and closely followed the path laid down by Jimi’s Band of Gypsys, featuring nearly slashing guitar work, while the infusions of Harry Wilkinson reminds me of both Buddy Miles and Mitch Mitchell, though it’s Mervin Bronson who manages to keep Coryell from simply playing himself off the planet.  Hands down, this was jazz rock fusion at it’s very finest hour, is more than easily accessible for those who fear the word ‘jazz’, rides with an intensity that is not only spontaneously inspired, but filled with improvisation steeped in the bop traditions … and just a whole lot of fun.

Coryell was a man of amazing talent, breathing new life into notes each time he played them, while seeing the world through his coke-bottle glasses, having recorded with jazz legends such as  Charles Mingus, Bob Moses, John McLaughlin, Gary Burton and the smooth Herbie Mann.

Sadly, far to few people know of this album at the time as its distribution was limited, a record that was recorded so well that it could easily be considered a live studio release, and one that never fails to open eyes or expand horizons.

*** The Fun Facts: It’s interesting to note that Larry’s wife sings for the first time on this outing, and yes, that’s his eldest son featured on the album jacket.

Murali Coryell takes a slightly different tact with this effort, recorded in Austin, TX and replete with some Tex-Mex touches and political references too. Self-produced, Murali is increasingly taking more projects into his own hands. While his father, Larry, has had a career as an iconic fusion jazz guitarist both as a sideman and leader, Larry’s best moments have arguably been as a sideman. Murali does both, too, but seems determined to flourish in the role of the leader. We still hear the pulls of jazz and blues, with some pop creeping in on this effort too. And, we see the singer, guitarist and songwriter continuing to mine that soul-blues approach that colored 2009’s Sugar Lips and 2014’s Restless Mind.

Review by Jenell Kesler