#2
Derek Trucks Band. Great blues, jazz, and rock influenced super group
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My cover of Manchester Orchestra's "I Can Feel Your Pain"
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#3
Billy Cobham
Chick Corea
Larry Coryell
Miles Davis
Frank Zappa
Galactic
Herbie Hancock
Allan Holdsworth
Jan Hammer
Mahavishnu Orchestra
John Mclaughlin
Pat Metheny
Jaco Pastorius
Jean-Luc Ponty
Return To Forever
John Scofield
Wayne Shorter
Mike Stern
Steely Dan
Weather Report
#5
Return To Forever, great but often self indulgent.
includes Al Di Meola, Stanley Clark and Chick Corea some of the most outstanding fusion players in my book.
some Frank Gambale.
someone already said steely dan..
Spyro Gyra's three wishes blew my mind when i first stumbled on it, and still does.
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Billy Cobham
Chick Corea
Larry Coryell
Miles Davis
Frank Zappa
Galactic
Herbie Hancock
Allan Holdsworth
Jan Hammer
Mahavishnu Orchestra
John Mclaughlin
Pat Metheny
Jaco Pastorius
Jean-Luc Ponty
Return To Forever
John Scofield
Wayne Shorter
Mike Stern
Steely Dan
Weather Report


That's a truckload of good music right there, should keep you busy.

I'll help by naming some Frank Zappa albums that fit more into the category you're after, as there's a large variety.

Hot Rats
The Grand Wazoo
Waka/Jawaka
Zappa In New York
Roxy and Elsewhere
You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore Vol. 2
Imaginary Diseases

There's more, but that will do for now.

Oh and you can't forget Jeff Beck. Check out Blow by Blow, an essential listen in this genre.