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Be Happy - Mahavishnu Orchestra - Visions Of The Emerald Beyond (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Visions of the Emerald Beyond, an Album by Mahavishnu Orchestra. Released in on CBS (catalog no. CBS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz Fusion, Jazz-Rock.
  2. Play full-length songs from Visions Of The Emerald Beyond by The Mahavishnu Orchestra on your phone, computer and home audio system with Napster. An album by The Mahavishnu Orchestra on Napster Be Happy. Play Earth Ship. Play Pegasus. Play Opus 1. Play
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Visions Of The Emerald Beyond on Discogs. Label: CBS - CBS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Repress • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Fusion, Jazz-Rock/5(33).
  4. Details about Mahavishnu Orchestra Visions Of The Emerald Beyond Vinyl Record LP PC Ann-Margret Bachelors' Paradise Original Vinyl Record LP Album LSP $ shipping: The Best Of The Mahavishnu Orchestra 12" 33 rpm vinyl LP, Columbia JC, $ shipping: + $ mettbicicherfickcimaliscanerniho.coinfo date: Jun 10,
  5. "Visions of the emerald beyond" is the second album by the reformed Mahavishnu Orchestra, and thus the second to feature violinist Jean-Luc Ponty. Recorded in New York over a period of just 11 days, the album has a welcome diversity and energy which contrasts well with the first line up's work/5(29).
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  7. Visions of the Emerald Beyond is an album by the jazz fusion group Mahavishnu Orchestra, and the second released by its second incarnation. Visions of The Emerald Beyond; Studio album by. Mahavishnu Orchestra. Released: "Be Happy" 4. "Earth Ship".
  8. Dec 04,  · As the second album to document the second Mahavishnu Orchestra, this one isn't as, well, apocalyptic as its predecessor, yet it does focus more intently on the band itself. Jean-Luc Ponty's curling electric violin lines help give this Mahavishnu band a more European sound than its predecessor, and some of the orchestral concepts of Apocalypse work their way into the picture via comments by a.

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