Mahavishnu Orchestra

The Mahavishnu Orchestra was a jazz-rock fusion group from New York, United States, that debuted in 1970 and dissolved in 1976, reuniting briefly from 1984 to 1987. In its first version, the band was led by "Mahavishnu" John McLaughlin on acoustic and electric guitars, with Billy Cobham on drums, Rick Laird on electric and acoustic bass, Jan Hammer on electric and acoustic piano, and Jerry Goodman on violin. The group is best known for their two most popular albums: The Inner Mounting Flame (1971) and Birds of Fire (1973). Read more on
The Lost Trident Sessions
Trilogy (The Sunlit Path / La Mère De La Mer / Tomorrow's Story Not The Same)
Sister Andrea
John's Song #2
Adventures in Radioland
The Wait
Just Ideas
Jozy (for Joe Zawinul)
Half Man - Half Cookie
Gotta Dance
The Wall Will Fall
Mitch Match
20th Century Ltd
East Side West Side
Clarendon Hills
The Unbeliever
Pacific Express
When Blue Turns Gold
Inner Worlds
All in the Family
Miles Out
In My Life
Morning Calls
The Way of the Pilgrim
River of My Heart
Planetary Citizen
Lotus Feet
Inner Worlds, Parts 1 & 2
Power of Love
Vision Is a Naked Sword
Smile of the Beyond
Wings of Karma
Hymn to Him