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Sister Andrea (Long Version) - Mahavishnu Orchestra - Sister Andrea (Vinyl)

02.10.2012 / / Rock

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  1. Mahavishnu Orchestra A: Sister Andrea B: Sister Andrea (Long Version) Columbia USA: AE7 Nov Promo Only 7" 0: Mahavishnu Orchestra A: Can't Stand Your Funk [Mono] B: Can't Stand Your Funk [Stereo] Columbia USA: Apr Promo Only 7" 0: Mahavishnu Orchestra A: Can't Stand Your Funk B: Eternity's Breath Part 2: Columbia.
  2. Basically another record label move to cash in on the demised Mahavishnu Orchestra at the turn of the eighties. The title itself is hard to accept or even understand and serves as a misnomer, as it appears it has left off some of the Mahavishnu Orchestra's better moments as so to allow a scope through the bands various line up changes, for better or worse, besides the iconic one which.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Between Nothingness & Eternity on Discogs.
  4. Jun 12,  · Sister Andrea by The Mahavishnu Orchestra with John McLaughlin. Not Available 4: collection of music from the original version of the Mahavishnu Orchestra, the band assembled by guitarist John McLaughlin in mid They produced two studio albums (their attempt at a third finally appeared in ) and a live set, which was released /5(73).
  5. Bought it. Loved it. I tend to like listening to McLoughlan & Co.'s more up-tempo segments - like the 2nd or 3rd movement of Trilogy (it makes you want to dance off the edge of a cliff), Sister Andrea, I Wonder or John's Song - and am always tempted to skip over the slower sections. But sometimes I don't and am always glad I didn't/5(85).
  6. Far from silent, shouts of anticipation and dogs barking are clearly heard right before Mahavishnu Orchestra launch into what would become side one of Between Nothingness And Eternity with "Trilogy" followed by "Sister Andrea." Beginning with Cobham's gong, McLaughlin's phase-shifted guitar washes begin this definitive version of "Trilogy.
  7. May 04,  · Bought it. Loved it. I tend to like listening to McLoughlan & Co.'s more up-tempo segments - like the 2nd or 3rd movement of Trilogy (it makes you want to dance off the edge of a cliff), Sister Andrea, I Wonder or John's Song - and am always tempted to skip over the slower sections. But sometimes I don't and am always glad I didn't/5(85).
  8. Product description. THE MAHAVISHNU ORCHESTRA The Lost Trident Sessions CD cardenistingloustaseresfitojocu.coinfo Recorded during a brief stopover in London on June 25, , these unprepossessing studio performances, despite (or maybe because of) the heavy compression (particularly on the drums) and a mixed-on-the-fly feel, convey far more of the edgy, go-for-broke energy, ferocious solo intensity, and /5(41).

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