The Eleventh House

The Eleventh House was an American jazz-funk-rock supergroup led by guitarist Larry Coryell. They issued a self-titled album in 1974 on Vanguard, followed by the 1975–1976 Arista albums Level One and Aspects. Noted participants included drummer Alphonse Mouzon, keyboardist Mike Mandel, and trumpeters Randy Brecker and Terumasa Hino. Members: Larry Coryell (guitar), Randy Brecker (trumpet, […]

Larry Coryell

Larry Coryell (April 2, 1943 — Feb. 19, 2017) was an American guitarist who emerged in the late-1960s jazz-rock-psych combo The Free Spirits. During the mid-1970s, he led the jazz-rock supergroup The Eleventh House, cutting the albums Introducing, Level One, and Aspects. He also partook in Wolfgang Dauner’s Et Cetera with Colosseum drummer Jon Hiseman, […]

The Eleventh House Featuring Larry Coryell – Aspects (1976)

Aspects is the third and final studio album by Larry Coryell‘s Eleventh House, released in 1976 on Arista. Tracklist: A1. “Kowloon Jag” (5:48) A2. “Titus” (5:29) A3. “Pyramids” (5:21) A4. “Rodrigo Reflections” (4:39) B1. “Yin-Yang” (4:42) B2. “Woman of Truth and Future” (6:06) B3. “Ain’t It Is” (5:02) B4. “Aspects” (4:24) Credits: Gerry Brown — drums […]

The Eleventh House Featuring Larry Coryell ‎– Level One (1975)

Level One is the second album by Larry Coryell’s Eleventh House, released in 1975 on Arista. Tracklist: A1. “Level One” (3:02) A2. “The Other Side” (4:35) A3. “Diedra” (3:56) A4. “Some Greasy Stuff” (3:30) A5. “Nyctaphobia” (4:03) B1. “Suite: Entrance / Repose / Exit” (5:32) B2. “Eyes of Love” (2:25) B3. “Struttin’ With Sunshine” (3:20) […]

The Eleventh House – Introducing The Eleventh House With Larry Coryell (1974)

Introducing The Eleventh House With Larry Coryell is the first of three albums by jazz-rock supergroup Eleventh House featuring guitarist Larry Coryell, drummer Alphonse Mouzon, and trumpeter Randy Brecker. The album was released in 1974 on Vanguard Records. Tracklist: A1. “Birdfingers” (3:07) A2. “The Funky Waltz” (5:10) A3. “Low-Lee-Tah” (4:17) A4. “Adam Smasher” (4:30) A5. […]