#1
I'm just starting to get into his stuff. Could you suggest some albums for me?

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Extrapolation
Electric Dreams
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The Heart of Things.
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#3
Try getting Miles Davis' Jack Johnson Sessions. His playing on those is insane. Also, check out the live album Friday Night in San Francisco. It's him, Al Di Meola and Paco De Lucia all playing acoustic. Some insane stuff on it.
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#4
"A love Supreme" is one of my faves of his....
Also any of his Mahvishnu Orchestra stuff such as "Birds of Fire" are also awesome. Miles Davis's "Bitches Brew" is also another great album featuring John
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#5
Inner Mounting Flame
Birds of Fire

And his work with Miles Davis is awesome.

The other two albums are Mahavishnu Orchestra - here's a little peice of MO trivia for ya'll, they toured with Aerosmith in 1972/73.
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#6
Get Miles Davis' 'Aura'.

His playing on that is phenomenal.
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Try getting Miles Davis' Jack Johnson Sessions. His playing on those is insane. Also, check out the live album Friday Night in San Francisco. It's him, Al Di Meola and Paco De Lucia all playing acoustic. Some insane stuff on it.



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you just suggested the exact two i was about to.

the Jack Johnson sessiosn are amazing, i plan on getting the actual thing off ebay soon. Friday Night is also great, the two are very different though, nuy i hghly suggest both those.
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#8
Get Miles Davis tribute to Jack Johnson first. Not only will you get to hear McLaughlin, but possibly Miles finest (rock) solo on the track "Right Off". I got this one two months ago and just cant stop listening to it. I would recommend this one over Bitches Brew, hands down.
All other recommendations are top notch, but don't forget to check out Santana/Mahavishnu/McLaughlin's "Love Devotion Surrender" lp. An awesome take of Coltrane's A LOve Supreme and McLaughlin's highly psychedlic "The Life Divine" make it a must have.
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Get Miles Davis tribute to Jack Johnson first. Not only will you get to hear McLaughlin, but possibly Miles finest (rock) solo on the track "Right Off". I got this one two months ago and just cant stop listening to it. I would recommend this one over Bitches Brew, hands down.
All other recommendations are top notch, but don't forget to check out Santana/Mahavishnu/McLaughlin's "Love Devotion Surrender" lp. An awesome take of Coltrane's A LOve Supreme and McLaughlin's highly psychedlic "The Life Divine" make it a must have.


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