Monday, June 05, 2017

Larry Coryell And The Eleventh House New Album "Seven Secrets"

Legendary jazz fusion pioneers The Eleventh House's all new album, "Seven Secrets" was released on June 2 on Savoy Jazz.  43 years after their iconic debut album "Introducing The Eleventh House with Larry Coryell," Coryell had reunited with original players Randy Brecker on trumpet, the late Alphonse Mouzon on drums, John Lee on bass and son Julian Coryell on second guitar on this recording.  Produced by the band with the help of engineer Luciano Rubio, "Seven Secrets" is a striking return to form that taps into the magic of The Eleventh House and takes them to the next level. Said Larry prior to his heartbreaking and untimely passing this year: "It's still jazz the way we envision it, unique, exciting and open to genre-busting adventures. It won't turn off any jazz lovers and we know it will excite people who aren't quite sure if they like jazz – just as the vibe we and those other bands did in the 70's. We're still taking jazz to another level without disrespecting it – and having an incredible time doing it!" The album captures the unbridled energy and joy of a band reunited--a beautiful work and joyous moment in the legacies of Coryell and Mouzon.

"Seven Secrets" Track Listing:

Alabama Rhap Corollary
Mr. Miyake
Dragon's Way
The Philly Flash
Molten Grace
Seven Secrets
The Dip
Having Second Thoughts
Some Funky Stuff
Mudhen Blues

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