Mclaughlin Extrapolation

John McLaughlin - Extrapolation (1969)  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Oct. 25, 2009
John McLaughlin - Extrapolation (1969)

John McLaughlin - Extrapolation (1969)
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 237 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 92 Mb
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© 1991 Polydor | 841 598-2
Jazz / Fusion / Post Bop


John McLaughlin - Extrapolation (1969)

John McLaughlin's first recording as a leader features the future innovator playing guitar in an English quartet. Although McLaughlin contributed all ten pieces, baritonist John Surman actually dominates this music, often swinging quite hard. The historically significant set, although a lesser-known item in McLaughlin's discography, is quite musical and enjoyable in its own right.

John Mclaughlin - "Extrapolation" (1969)  Music

Posted by Old_Hunter at Jan. 26, 2009
John Mclaughlin - "Extrapolation" (1969)

John Mclaughlin - "Extrapolation" (1969)
Jazz-Rock-Fusion-Guitar | MP3 160kbps | 46,2Mb

Richardson Extrapolation  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Underaglassmoon at Jan. 2, 2018
Richardson Extrapolation

Richardson Extrapolation: Practical Aspects and Applications
De Gruyter | English | 2018 | ISBN-10: 3110516497 | 362 pages | PDF | 4.47 mb

by Zahari Zlatev (Author)
John McLaughlin and the 4th Dimension - Live at Ronnie Scott's (2017)

John McLaughlin and the 4th Dimension - Live at Ronnie Scott's (2017)
XLD Rip | FLAC (tracks)+cue, log, front cover | 470 MB
Label: Abstract Logix – ABLX 058 | Tracks: 09 | Time: 71:20 min
Jazz Rock, Jazz Fusion

“Ronnie Scott’s…” mused the boundary-shattering guitarist John McLaughlin, “…where would I be without them?” The venerable London jazz club and its charismatic namesake gave so much to McLaughlin’s career, the roots of which extend as far back as McLaughlin’s stint as a member of the club’s house band in the 1960s. Since then, his pioneering spirit, instrumental virtuosity, and improvisational fearlessness have taken him around the world, put him on stage alongside fellow giants such as Miles Davis and Tony Williams, and has given listeners a series of compelling, revolutionary recordings that have redefined improvised music for generations to come.

John Mclaughlin - My Goals Beyond (1970) {Ricodisc}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Nov. 23, 2017
John Mclaughlin - My Goals Beyond (1970) {Ricodisc}

John Mclaughlin - My Goals Beyond (1970) {Ricodisc}
EAC 0.95b4 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 228MB + 5% Recovery
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 134MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz, Acoustic Guitar Fusion

The startling thing about My Goal's Beyond is that it points the way toward two directions McLaughlin would take in the future – exploring Indian music and the acoustic guitar – and this while he was in the thick of the burgeoning electronic jazz-rock movement. The first half is a John McLaughlin acoustic guitar tour de force, where he thwacks away with his energetic, single-minded intensity on three jazz standards and five originals (including one genuine self-penned classic, "Follow Your Heart") and adds a few percussion effects via overdubbing.
John McLaughlin and the 4th Dimension - Live at Ronnie Scott's (2017)

John McLaughlin and the 4th Dimension - Live at Ronnie Scott's (2017)
WEB FLAC (tracks) ~ 473.08 Mb | 01:11:24 | Cover
Jazz Fusion, Jazz-Rock | Country: UK | Label: Abstract Logix

“Ronnie Scott’s…” mused the boundary-shattering guitarist John McLaughlin, “…where would I be without them?” The venerable London jazz club and its charismatic namesake gave so much to McLaughlin’s career, the roots of which extend as far back as McLaughlin’s stint as a member of the club’s house band in the 1960s. Since then, his pioneering spirit, instrumental virtuosity, and improvisational fearlessness have taken him around the world, put him on stage alongside fellow giants such as Miles Davis and Tony Williams, and has given listeners a series of compelling, revolutionary recordings that have redefined improvised music for generations to come.

Extrapolation Practice for Ecotoxicological Effect Characterization of Chemicals  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by step778 at Nov. 16, 2017
Extrapolation Practice for Ecotoxicological Effect Characterization of Chemicals

Keith R. Solomon, Theo C.M. Brock, Dick De Zwart, "Extrapolation Practice for Ecotoxicological Effect Characterization of Chemicals"
2008 | pages: 410 | ISBN: 1420073907 | PDF | 8,3 mb
Paco de Lucia & John McLaughlin - Paco And John Live At Montreux 1987 (2016) [2CD+Bonus DVD9}

Paco de Lucia & John McLaughlin - Paco And John Live At Montreux 1987 (2016) {2CD+Bonus DVD9}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 524 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 197 Mb
DVD9 -> 6.21 Gb | All Regions | NTSC 4:3 | Dolby AC3, 2 ch / Dolby AC3, 6 ch / DTS, 6 ch | ~ 91 min | ISO Image
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (jpg) -> 117 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1987, 2016 Eagle Vision / Universal | EAGDV059
Jazz / World Music / Flamenco / Guitar

John McLaughlin & Paco de Lucia: Paco and John - Live at Montreux 1987 it's truly a shame that, all too often, artists with diverse careers become pigeon-holed, defined by the primary genre in which they first achieved notoriety. Take guitarist John McLaughlin, for instance. Ask most jazz fans about him and what will first come out of most of their mouths will include either the words "fusion," "jazz-rock" and/or Miles Davis, in any permutation/combination (not that there's anything wrong with that). Those a little further in the know might also be aware of his longstanding investigation into the nexus of eastern and western music with his Indo-collaboration, Shakti.

John McLaughlin - Where Fortune Smiles (1971) {Dawn}  Music

Posted by tiburon at June 12, 2014
John McLaughlin - Where Fortune Smiles (1971) {Dawn}

John McLaughlin - Where Fortune Smiles (1971) {Dawn}
EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC Image level 8 | Cue+Log | Full Scans 300dpi | 191MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Fusion, Post-Bop

Where Fortune Smiles is really a John Surman recording, but subsequent re-releases have passed the credit on to John McLaughlin (for obvious reasons). The music is similar to but more dense than Extrapolation. McLaughlin's raw sound was starting to take shape by this time and his impeccable chops are on full display. So too are those of the underrated vibraphonist Karl Berger and, of course, soprano saxophonist Surman. The foundation is held loosely in place by bassist Dave Holland and drummer Stu Martin. It's a challenging but interesting listen, especially given McLaughlin's later success and popularity.
John McLaughlin (Mahavishnu Orchestra, Shakti) (Full Discography - 50 albums 1969-2008)

John McLaughlin (Mahavishnu Orchestra, Shakti) (Full Discography - 50 albums 1969-2008)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | Jazz Fusion / World fusion / Acoustic fusion | 6.36 GB

A household name since the early '70s, John McLaughlin was an innovative fusion guitarist when he led the Mahavishnu Orchestra and continued living up to his reputation as a phenomenal and consistently inquisitive player through the years. He started on guitar when he was 11 and was initially inspired by blues and swing players. John McLaughlin worked with David Bowie, Alexis Korner, Graham Bond, Ginger Baker, and others in the 1960s and played free jazz with Gunter Hampel for six months. His first album was a classic (1969's Extrapolation) and was followed by an obscurity for the Dawns label with John Surman, a quintet set with Larry Young (Devotion), and My Goals Beyond in 1970 which was half acoustic solos and half jams involving Indian musicians.