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Second Day In August - Weather Report - I Sing The Body Electric (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. Weather Report, an Album by Weather Report. Released in May on Columbia (catalog no. C ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz Fusion. Featured peformers: Joe Zawinul (piano, electric piano), Wayne Shorter (soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone), Miroslav Vitous (bass), Alphonse Mouzon (drums), Barbara Burton (percussion), Don Alias (percussion), Airto Moreira (percussion, vocals), Wayne .
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for I Sing the Body Electric - Weather Report on AllMusic - - Like the weather itself, this band would assume a.
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  5. Weather Report: I Sing The Body Electric (LP, Vinyl record album) - Beautiful early work from Weather Report – one of the finest statements ever uttered by group, -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store. Scripting is disabled or not working.
  6. All Side One selections recorded in Columbia studios, New York City: A1, A2 in November ; A3, A4 in January All Side Two selections recorded during a "standing room only" concert performance January 13, in Shibuya Kokaido Hall, Tokyo, Japan/5(16).
  7. Between Sweetnighter and Black Market, the band continued its ennaconfabadvadispilenmeahunbo.xyzinfodia: “By ’s Black Market album, Weather Report’s music had evolved further from open-ended funk jams into more melody-oriented, concise forms, which also offered a greater mass-market appeal.. Zawinul further consolidated his use of keyboard synthesizers, while Shorter experimented with an early form of.

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