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November 18, 1987 - Image 55

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The Michigan Daily, 1987-11-18

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n I album


In the late
.e of several

he bonus of gave jazz-rock fusion credi-
>ns of tracks bility. "Shhh / Peaceful" from
r many, this "In a Silent Way" (CBS) shows
vas summed the encroachment of electric
A Love Su- instruments, but as one of
MCA), an al- several stylistic elements. The
t burns with music is still jazz, but with
At intensity. a distinct rock flavor. Lis-
;o go beyond ten to "Spanish Key" on
>rn, and the "Bitches Brew" (CBS), and
tion of his you can hear how the elec-
tronics have taken over; jazz
While Col- and rock meet somewhere in
i the notion the middle. The sidemen on
-music that the record, including John
lie, harmon- McLaughlin, Wayne Shorter
rules-Or- and Joe Zawinul, went on to
mbraced it form a who's who of fusion.

The chief iconoclast:
Thelonius Monk was a
school unto himself

,ana at tfe into one
in the 1940s

Sis it.

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