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Belo Horizonte (album)

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Released  1981
Length  37:34
Release date  September 1981
Label  Warner Bros. Records
Recorded  June–July 1981
Artist  John McLaughlin
Producer  John McLaughlin
Genres  Jazz, Jazz fusion
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Similar  John McLaughlin albums, Jazz fusion albums

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Belo Horizonte is an album by John McLaughlin, released in 1981 through Warner Music Group. The album reached number 172 on the Billboard 200 and number 11 on Billboard's Jazz Albums chart.

Contents

The album features McLaughlin on acoustic guitar, although the backing band includes electric keyboards. The same basic lineup would return on his next album Music Spoken Here. It is the first McLaughlin album including Katia Labèque, who would become his wife.

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Track listing

  1. "Belo Horizonte" (McLaughlin) – 4:28
  2. "La Baleine" (McLaughlin) – 5:58
  3. "Very Early (Homage to Bill Evans)" (Evans, McLaughlin) – 1:12
  4. "One Melody" (McLaughlin) – 6:27
  5. "Stardust on Your Sleeve" (McLaughlin) – 6:03
  6. "Waltz for Katia" (McLaughlin) – 3:26
  7. "Zamfir" (McLaughlin) – 5:47
  8. "Manitas d'Oro (For Paco de Lucia)" (McLaughlin) – 4:13

Personnel

  • Tommy Campbell – Bass, Drums, snare drums
  • Jean Paul Celea – Bass, Acoustic Bass
  • François Couturier – Fender Rhodes, Synthesizer
  • Jean-Pierre Drouet – Percussion
  • Augustin Dumay – Violin, Vocals
  • François Jeanneau – Soprano Sax, Tenor Sax, Saxophone
  • Katia Labèque – Keyboards, Piano, Synthesizer
  • Paco de Lucía – Guitar
  • John McLaughlin – Guitar, Baritone Guitar
  • Steve Shehan – Percussion
  • Production:

  • George Marino – Mastering
  • Laurent Peyron – Assistant Engineer
  • Jean Louis Rizet – Engineer
  • Songs

    1Belo horizonte4:29
    2La baleine5:57
    3Beautiful Love (Dedicated to Bill Evans)1:12

    References

    Belo Horizonte (album) Wikipedia


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