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Mahavishnu Orchestra - The Inner Mounting Flame album mp3
Fusion,Jazz-Rock
  • Performer:
    Mahavishnu Orchestra
  • Title:
    The Inner Mounting Flame
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Fusion,Jazz-Rock
  • Date of release:
    August 14, 1971
  • Duration:
    46:11
  • Size FLAC version
    1110 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1402 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1615 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    122
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The Inner Mounting Flame is the debut studio album by multinational jazz-rock fusion band Mahavishnu Orchestra, released in August 1971 by Columbia Records. After their formation, the group performed several debut gigs before they entered the studio to record their first album featuring all original material written by guitarist John McLaughlin.

Mahavishnu Orchestra. The Inner Mounting Flame. This is the album that made John McLaughlin a semi-household name, a furious, high-energy, yet rigorously conceived meeting of virtuosos that, for all intents and purposes, defined the fusion of jazz and rock a year after Miles Davis' Bitches Brew breakthrough. It also inadvertently led to the derogatory connotation of the word fusion, for it paved the way for an army of imitators, many of whose excesses and commercial panderings devalued the entire movement.

The Inner Mounting Flame is a music studio album recording by MAHAVISHNU ORCHESTRA (Jazz ive Rock) released in 1971 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. 1. Meeting Of The Spirits (6:52) 2. Dawn (5:10) 3. Noonward Race (6:28) 4. A Lotus On Irish Streams (5:39) 5. Vital Transformation (6:16) 6. The Dance Of Maya (7:17) 7. You Know, You Know (5:07) 8. Awakening (3:32).

Listen free to Mahavishnu Orchestra – The Inner Mounting Flame (Meeting of the Spirits, Dawn and more). The Inner Mounting Flame This is the album that made John McLaughlin a semi-household name, a furious, high-energy, yet rigorously conceived meeting of virtuosos that, for all intents and purposes, defined the fusion of jazz and rock a year after Miles Davis' Bitches Brew breakthrough  . The Mahavishnu Orchestra was a jazz-rock fusion group from New York, United States, that debuted in 1970 and dissolved in 1976, reuniting briefly from 1984 to 1987.

Performer: Mahavishnu Orchestra Album: The Inner Mounting Flame Label: Columbia. The Inner Mounting Flame is the debut studio album by multinational jazz-rock fusion band Mahavishnu Orchestra, released in August 1971 by Columbia Records.

Credits

Bob Belden - Liner Notes, Producer, Reissue Producer
Billy Cobham - Bass, Drums
Ron Coro - Cover Design
Howard Fritzson - Art Direction
Jerry Goodman - Violin
Jan Hammer - Piano, Synthesizer
Anthony Hixon - Photography
Don Hunstein - Photography
Rick Laird - Bass
Mahavishnu Orchestra - Performer, Primary Artist
Randall Martin - Reissue Design
John McLaughlin - Composer, Guitar, Performer, Producer, Synthesizer
Don Puluse - Engineer
Seth Rothstein - Project Director
Rob Schwarz - Mastering
Mark Wilder - Mastering

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Meeting of the Spirits John McLaughlin Mahavishnu Orchestra 6:50
2 Dawn John McLaughlin Mahavishnu Orchestra 5:14
3 The Noonward Race John McLaughlin Mahavishnu Orchestra 6:27
4 A Lotus on Irish Streams John McLaughlin Mahavishnu Orchestra 5:39
5 Vital Transformation John McLaughlin Mahavishnu Orchestra 6:14
6 The Dance of Maya John McLaughlin Mahavishnu Orchestra 7:14
7 You Know You Know John McLaughlin Mahavishnu Orchestra 5:05
8 Awakening John McLaughlin Mahavishnu Orchestra 3:28

Sermak Light
easily one of the best recordings ever. nuff said.
Fearlesssinger
Take 5 jazz maestros from 5 different countries. Lock them in a studio together, crank them up to 11 & have them play as fast as they can & you get Mahavishnu Orchestra's "the inner mounting flame" Easily one of the most explosive albums of all time. Billy Cobham's drumming on this album is absolutely breathtaking. This bad mofo sits in my all time essential top 5. It just don't get any better.
Neol
Pure music, with high intensity and real craftmanship of all members of the Orchestra. Meeting of the spirits and Vital transformation are the least approachable, but to appreciate good music you have to work a bit. It is not easy going stuff. Jerry Goodman en Jan Hammer developed in this band to very gifted musicians. Listen to their album Like children. A real recommendation!
Gholbithris
ZERO STARS! Filth!! Oh wait, five stars. I wonder if “Mahavishnu” John forgot that the “Jack Johnson” sessions had ended???SOMEBODY TURN DOWN JAN HAMMER’S KEYBOARD!!this album is pure gold for those who are into this sort of thing.For those that aren’t, well...I don’t know what to say you’re missing out. As Kanye says “I’ma finish”..I hate this record, but only because I think somehow it’s connected to the blind, rabid obedience of “American Garage” era Metheny fans, a truly low point in our culture. I just know these guys are to blame...