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Fusion III

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Chinatown (Part I)
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Kuyaviak Goes Funky
6:16
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Roksana
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Crazy Kid
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Prehistoric Bird
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Bloody Kishka
4:21
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Cameo
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Strech
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Metroliner
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Chinatown (Part II)
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 49:30

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Don't miss out on hearing Coryell

jaxtrauma

His work on 'Bloody Kishka' blew me away in 1975 and still does. If you like wild electric jazz violin (and who doesn't?), this album kills. John Abercrombie appears on 'Metroliner' with an able Joe Caro tackling the guitar work on the other tracks. Great overlooked album that personifies the (good) Fusion epoch. Well done, eMusic.

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A fusion classic!

jbyers1044

One of my favorites from the golden era of mid-70's fusion music. Also a great download for fans of bass-great Anthony Jackson. Now, if they would just get around to re-releasing Ursula Dudziak's Future Talk album.....

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With song structures similar to Mahavishnu Orchestra and electric-era Return to Forever, Michal Urbaniak’s Fusion III appealed to the same fusion-buying clientele. What most distinguishes this music from that of its contemporaries was the unique vocalizing of Urbaniak’s wife, Ursula Dudziak. She could sound at times like a Polish Flora Purim, at other times like a synthesized presence from another world. On this recording, Urbaniak’s playing is fresh and engaging, and his compositions occasionally sound like Frank Zappa’s instrumental work from this same era. John Abercrombie and Larry Coryell turn in blistering guitar passages, and bassist Anthony Jackson and drummer Steve Gadd provide a funkified rhythmic foundation. – Jim Newsom

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