Meeting of the Spirits: Live in Concert

Meeting of the Spirits: Live in Concert

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Overview

This concert film captures a remarkable collaboration between three of the acknowledged greats of jazz guitar. John McLaughlin, Larry Coryell, and Paco De Lucia had each became masters in their own way when they joined forces in order to tour. This program is highly recommended to any jazz or guitar enthusiast.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/03/2003
UPC: 0022891985990
Original Release: 1980
Source: Quantum Leap
Region Code: 0
Sound: [Dolby Digital]
Time: 0:55:00
Sales rank: 33,308

Special Features

Biographies; Discographies; Individual track selection

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Intro [1:46]
2. Entres Dos Aguas [5:46]
3. Lotus Feet [3:55]
4. Morning of the Carnival [10:13]
5. Meeting of the Spirits [25:05]
6. Guardian Angels [7:28]

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Meeting of the Spirits: Live in Concert 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Once I found out that a visual recording existed with Paco de Lucia, John Mclaughlin, and some other guy (not Al) playing live together, I knew I had to own this video. Well, after a couple weeks of waiting, my video finally arrived yesterday and I've already watched it twice. The camera angles are great, and the virtuosity doesn't disappoint, but I do have one complaint: the sound quality of the performance isn't that great. I really wanted to rate this video a 4.5, but that option wasn't on the B&N list. Also, the feel doesn't seem quite what it was on the Friday Night album, but let's face it, no other performance ever will. Nonetheless I have to say that this video rocks, and I can't wait to buy it on DVD when it comes out. One last thing: Paco is a guitar god!! He plays as fast as the other guys, but he uses his fingers instead of a pick, which gives his blazing single note runs a cleaner sound. Buy this video and, unless you're a musical idiot, you won't regret it.