Le Voyage: The Jean-Luc Ponty Anthology

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All Music Guide - Steven McDonald
Ponty has worked with Frank Zappa and John McLaughlin, has provided brilliant violin work as a session player, and has had a terrific run as a bandleader. This two-disc set dips into Ponty's Atlantic Records releases, tracing the development of Ponty's particular brand of jazz fusion and providing a very nice look at his career as a bandleader. A few of the cuts seem a bit watery and thin, but this has more to do with the original recording and mixing than the performances or mastering -- Rhino's mastering department has provided the usual quality of production here. Jean-Luc Ponty is a notable performer in the jazz arena, one who has a clear vision and strong ideals ...
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All Music Guide - Steven McDonald
Ponty has worked with Frank Zappa and John McLaughlin, has provided brilliant violin work as a session player, and has had a terrific run as a bandleader. This two-disc set dips into Ponty's Atlantic Records releases, tracing the development of Ponty's particular brand of jazz fusion and providing a very nice look at his career as a bandleader. A few of the cuts seem a bit watery and thin, but this has more to do with the original recording and mixing than the performances or mastering -- Rhino's mastering department has provided the usual quality of production here. Jean-Luc Ponty is a notable performer in the jazz arena, one who has a clear vision and strong ideals when it comes to his music -- he likes to test his boundaries and explore new possibilities. A notable collection.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/13/1996
  • Label: Atlantic
  • UPC: 081227215521
  • Catalog Number: 72155

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Jean-Luc Ponty Primary Artist, Organ, Synthesizer, Violin, Autoharp, Electric Piano, Synthesizer Bass, electronic percussion, keyboard bass, Violectra
Peter Maunu Guitar, Synthesizer Guitar
Patrice Rushen Organ, Synthesizer, Piano, Clavinet
Scott Henderson Guitar
Allan Holdsworth Guitar
Daryl Stuermer Guitar, Rhythm Guitar
Joaquin Lievano Guitar, Synthesizer Guitar
Ndugu Percussion, Drums
Tom Fowler Bass
Ralphe Armstrong Bass
Martin Atangana Guitar
Baron Browne Bass
Paulinho Da Costa Percussion
Mark Craney Drums
Norman Fearrington Percussion, Drums
Jamie Glaser Guitar
Ray Griffin Percussion, Drums
Abdou M'Boup Shaker, cowbell, Bougarabou Drums
Wally Minko Piano, Keyboards
Guy N'Sangue Bass
Mokhtar Samba Drums, Timbales, Doum-doum, cowbell
Dan Sawyer Guitar
Allan Zavod Organ, Synthesizer, Piano, Keyboards, Clavinet
Randy Jackson Bass
Chris Rhyne Synthesizer, Piano, Keyboards, Synthesizer Bass
Technical Credits
Jean-Luc Ponty Producer
Bobby Byrd Composer
James Austin Executive Producer, Artwork
Mark DeBarge Composer
Bill Inglot Remastering
Gary Peterson Discographical Annotation
Geoff Sykes Remastering
Coco Shinomiya Art Direction
Bryan Rackleff Art Direction
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