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Barefoot Man: Sanpaku

Larry Coryell

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American jazz guitar icon Larry Coryell, the "Godfather of Fusion," offers seven original compositions on Barefoot Man: Sanpaku. In addition to Coryell's signature guitar, the album features the talents of award-winning pianist Lynne Arriale, longtime Coryell collaborator John Lee on bass, Dan Jordan on saxophone and flute and drummer Lee Pierson. "I was inspired by (a) suggestion that I do a recording similar to one that I did in the '70s that had a lot of energy. Using that as a template I carved out several compositions that I felt would be appropriate. The result was better than I expected; I had a great rhythm section in John Lee and Lee Pierson and the soloists from Florida, Lynne Arriale and Dan Jordan, played on a world class level." - Larry Coryell
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