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Adventures in Radioland

Adventures in Radioland
Studio album by Mahavishnu
Released 1987 (1987)
Recorded January–February 1986
Genre Jazz, fusion
Length 37:03
Label Relativity
PolyGram (CD)
Producer John McLaughlin
Mahavishnu Orchestra chronology
Mahavishnu
(1984)
Adventures in Radioland
(1987)
The Lost Trident Sessions
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Adventures in Radioland is a 1987 album by the John McLaughlin-headed group Mahavishnu, released by the Relativity label which represents McLauglin's interest in electronic technology. It features McLaughlin on Synclavier synthesized guitar.

The album was recorded at Psycho Recording Studios & Sampling in Milan initially by Craigh Milliner then finished by Max Costa and mixed by John McLaughlin and Max Costa. It was released on CD by the Polygram label in 1993.

Track listing

Side one
No. Title Music Length
1. "The Wait"   Jim Beard 5:35
2. "Just Ideas"   Mitchel Forman 2:00
3. "Jozy"   McLaughlin 5:25
4. "Half Man - Half Cookie"   Bill Evans 2:56
5. "Florianapolis"   McLaughlin, Forman 5:21
Side two
No. Title Music Length
1. "Gotta Dance"   McLaughlin 4:18
2. "The Wall Will Fall"   McLaughlin 6:00
3. "Reincarnation"   McLaughlin 2:57
4. "Mitch Match"   Forman 3:54
5. "20th Century"   McLaughlin 2:31

Personnel

References

  1. ^ Adventures in Radioland at AllMusic


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