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Weather Report - Mysterious Traveller album download
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Weather Report - Mysterious Traveller album download

Performer:
Weather Report
Album:
Mysterious Traveller
Style:
Fusion,Jazz Instrument
Released:
February, 1974 - May, 1974
Genre:
Duration:
48:11
Recording location:
Devonshire Sound, North Hollywood, CA
MP3 archive size:
1151 mb
FLAC archive size:
1332 mb
Other formats:
DTS DMF WMA MOD RA TTA
Rating:
4.2
Votes:
914

Weather Report ‎– Mysterious Traveller. Mysterious Traveller ‎(8-Trk, Album, Quad). Mysterious Traveller ‎(Cass, Album).

Mysterious Traveller is the fourth studio album of Weather Report and was released in 1974. This album marked the end of bassist Miroslav Vitouš's tenure with the band. Vitouš was replaced by Alphonso Johnson. Another addition to the line-up is drummer Ishmael Wilburn. Greg Errico was the drummer for the tour between the previously released Sweetnighter and this album, but declined an invitation to be a permanent member of the band.

Artist: Weather Report Album: Mysterious Traveller Genre: Fusion Label: Sony Records Released: 1974/1997 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: Nubian Sundance 10:40. Cucumber Slumber 8:22. Mysterious Traveller 7:22. Blackthorn Rose 5:03. Miroslav's Tune 5:25.

Weather Report: Mysterious Traveller Recorded: February 1974 - May 1974 Devonshire Sound, North Hollywood, California Mysterious Traveller is the fourth release of Weather Report. This album marked the end of bassist Miroslav Vitous's tenure with the band. Vitous was replaced by Alphonso Johnson. Greg Errico was the drummer for the tour between the previously released Sweetnighter and this album, but declined an invitation to be a permanent member of the band

Mysterious Traveller. Mysterious Traveller Tracklist. 1. Nubian Sundance Lyrics. 2. American Tango Lyrics. 3. Cucumber Slumber Lyrics. 4. Myterious Traveller Lyrics.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Nubian Sundance Joe Zawinul Weather Report 10:39
2 American Tango Miroslav Vitous / Joe Zawinul Weather Report 3:39
3 Cucumber Slumber Alphonso Johnson / Joe Zawinul Weather Report 8:20
4 Mysterious Traveller Wayne Shorter Weather Report 7:21
5 Blackthorn Rose Wayne Shorter Weather Report 5:00
6 Scarlet Woman Alphonso Johnson / Wayne Shorter / Joe Zawinul Weather Report 5:43
7 Jungle Book Joe Zawinul Weather Report 7:22
  • Mysterious Traveller marked the debut of Alphonso Johnson as the resident bass player. In fact, you could say that the incarnations of Weather Report are distinguished by the person manning the bass chair. Alphonso Johnson injected a funkier groove into the Weather Report sound. Just as his predecessor, Miroslav Vitous, played the bass as an equal lead voice. And like Vitous he amplified and augmented his bass sound with distortion, feedback, and wah-wah sounds. The songs on this production are more structured but still focused on elongated grooves and improvisation. Wayne Shorter and Alphonso dominate "Cucumber Slumber" and "Mysterious Traveller", while Zawinul does the same on "Nubian Sundance" and "Jungle Book". The band explores the use of space and sound on "Scarlett Woman." "American Tango" co-penned by Zawinul and Vitous is an underrated intense number. Zawindul's keyboard wizardry took another step in development. Again the album marked a transition from grooves and improv to more structure, but all of the prior elements are all there. Just on an elevated level. Highly recommended.

  • every note, each beat this band created will never,ever be equaled, or even attempted ever again. this music is a singulrar, intense expression. and it will not pass this way again. no expressions of sound can compare. j.z. ,jaco,will never be duplicated. they were gods.

  • Not the direction I expected, but you can still hear the Weather Report characteristics prominent from their previous albums -- just in a more linear structure. This is the sound that many people will come to associate with them in the future.