The Fourth Way

The Fourth Way were an American jazz-rock band that released a self-titled album on Capitol in 1969, followed by two live albums on Harvest in 1970. Members: Mike Nock (electric piano), Ron McClure (bass), Eddie Marshall (drums), Michael White (violin) Discography: The Fourth Way (1969) The Sun and Moon Have Come Together (live, 1970) Werwolf […]

Steve Marcus – Tomorrow Never Knows (1968)

Tomorrow Never Knows is the first headlining album by American jazz-saxist Steve Marcus, released in 1968 on Vortex. Tracklist: A1. “Eight Miles High” (4:44) A2. “Mellow Yellow” (4:50) A3. “Listen People” (2:25) A4. “Rain” (7:02) B1. “Tomorrow Never Knows” (11:07) B2. “Half a Heart” (5:21) Credits: Steve Marcus — soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone Mike Nock […]

James Vincent ‎– Culmination (1974)

Culmination is the debut album by American jazz-rock musician James Vincent, released in 1974 on Columbia. Tracklist: A1. “The Deer (Elder Brother)” (4:15) A2. “Controlled Folly” (8:20) A3. “Plains of Nazca” (6:06) A4. “Algernon I” (2:17) A5. “Brain Subway” (6:05) B1. “Divinity / Freedom Struggle” (8:34) B2. “Duplex” (7:00) B3. “Algernon II” (5:51) B4. “Declamation” (6:10) […]