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THERE ARE YEARS WORTH OF SHOWS HERE.
There is a total of around 124 hours of music below!
(5.2 24-hour days worth of killer tunes!)
JazzRockFusionArchive002 (A special tribute to Allan Holdsworth's music)
(3 hours and 47+ minutes)
JazzRockFusionArchive003 (1 hour 10 minutes)
JazzRockFusionArchive004 (A "Mystery Track" show of 4 hours!)
(It was a contest for listeners to ID songs and win CDs.)
JazzRockFusionArchive005 ( A special blend of fusion, prog, rock & other eclectic genres)
(1 hour and 24 minutes)
JazzRockFusionArchive006 ( A huge 4 hour 59+ minutes show!)
JazzRockFusionArchive007 (5 hours 6+ minute show!)
JazzRockFusionArchive008 (2 hours 14 minutes)
JazzRockFusionArchive009 (2 hours 34+ minutes)
JazzRockFusionArchive010 (1 hour 32 minutes)
JazzRockFusionArchive011 (6 hours 31 minutes!!)
JazzRockFusionArchive012 (3 hours 52+ minutes)
JazzRockFusionArchive013 (3 hours 4+ minutes)
JazzRockFusionArchive014 (3 hours 33+ minutes)
JazzRockFusionArchive015 (4 hours 36+ minutes
JazzRockFusionArchive016 (5 hours 48+ minutes)
(A binge-fest of the amazing Ozric Tentacles and such trippy rock genres!)
JazzRockFusionArchive017 (2 hours 44+ minutes)
JazzRockFusionArchive018 (4 hours 36+ minues)
JazzRockFusionArchive019 (5 hours 46 minutes)
JazzRockFusionArchive020 (1 hour 18 minutes)
JazzRockFusionArchive021 (8 hours 1+ minutes Whoa baby!!)
JazzRockFusionArchive022 (6 hours 13 minutes)
JazzRockFusionArchive023 (5 hours 58+ minutes)
JazzRockFusionArchive024 (5 hours 56 minutes)
JazzRockFusionArchive025 (38 minutes 38 seconds)
JazzRockFusionArchive026 (5 hours 33 minutes)
JazzRockFusionArchive027 (1 hour 7+ minutes)
JazzRockFusionArchive028 (5 hours 6+ minutes)
JazzRockFusionArchive029 (7 hours 1+ minutes!!)
(Another contest show for listeners to ID songs and win CDs.)
I just found some more old shows and one that was never uploaded!! (See below.)
(Only 31+ minutes as many of the old audio files were corrupt.)
JazzRockFusionArchive031 (2 hours 48 minutes)
JazzRockFusionArchive032 (5 hours)
(This was a show I created but never uploaded as a radio program. And now, here it is at last in 2021!)
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Thanks to artists, labels, fans and bloggers for
enabling shows like this to be possible.
Comments: "I've been a fan of your efforts and service for over two years now.
Thank you for giving my ears tasty treats and educational opportunities for that entire time.
I play bass ...desperately need things to hear that aren't recycled licks from songs that were popular thirty or more years ago.
Your service gives me a look into what else was going on while I was in high school
(as in the Prism Live cuts from last year's show) as well
as where other bassists are taking the instrument from here onward.
Keep up the good work! Nobody else is making the effort to shed daylight
on all these wonderful musicians' efforts. ...helps to keep me sane during my workday."
"What a fantastic show I've been looking for a venue to get exposed to more jazz fusion artists.
THIS IS IT! thanks again for an awesome show!"
"John.... I've REALLY enjoyed your current show! Nothing like it anywhere...Thanks, and thanks again for the add."
"John, September's show is so cool! Heavy Stuff! # songs into it and my ears were new again! Thanks"
"Hey John, EXCELLENT! ...Knowing that you carry the torch of real Jazz-Rock with a vengeance,
makes this a real honor for me. Dude! Thank you so very much for including me on your roster
for the 10-year Anniversary Show! Incredible. And congratulations on the milestone. peace . . ."
Here's what what we play on this radio station:
Highly technical and virtuoso guitar-driven/synth or bass heavy, Jazz Rock, Jazz Fusion, Jazz Metal, Progressive Rock,
Progressive metal (w/ little or NO vocals). What my listeners go for is balls-to-the-walls, in-your face slamming axe,
bass and synth like old Mahavishnu Orchestra, Return To Forever, Weather Report, Planet X, Allan Holdsworth,
Ron Jarzombeck, Spastic Ink, Spiral Architect, Tribal Tech, Scott Henderson and the like. Many of my listeners are in bands already
or were former musicians and they want inspiration or something that challenges them.
Run of the mill rock, metal, cookie-monster vox and the like BORE THEM -- so there's my dilemma.
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and inclusion of my music!!! i can't thank you enough." "I'm enjoying the new playlist. Some old favorites
and some new ones, especially the Ozrics! Purchased a couple thru your links (the Amazon Marketplace).
These guys are fantastic. I had heard of them in the past but thought they were just stoner,
trance-music kings. I'm getting the same kick out of them as I got out of Brand X when I "discovered"
them over 20 years ago. My old buddy who turned me on to Brand X is being repaid with Ozrics now."
"Thanks a lot for a well chosen playlist!" "No elevator music here! ... the stuff you do is very appreciated."
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for this show since 1972.Thanks-LET NOTHING STOP YOU MY FRIEND!!!!!!!" "I have been listening since
last summer 2005 and I love the shows. I have been turned on to many great prog and fusion songs
and bands. Most recently The Fourth Estate. ABSOLUTELY KILLER MUSIC!!!!" "this is great!
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to spare these days, as I am partially disabled with MS, and SSDI doesn't pay me much. I often
have days when I can't get out at all, and the being able to listen to the shows means a lot to me.
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I really appreciate the effort it takes to compile this awesome music." "Really great effort.
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Glad you liked what you heard, and thank you for the support!!" "I have just started listening
to your radio. I really enjoy it and have learned about a lot of new musicians." "Hi John.
I just added eer music to our radio links section..Should be updated by tonight. Wrote this about it...
This internet radio program is dear to my heart. One reason. HOLDSWORTH. They play lots and lots
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Scientists have long suspected a neurological connection between making music and intelligence, but it was not until
recently that specific data became available directly linking the two. Music listening & playing relates to math skills.
By exposing children to complex musical sounds, (LIKE JAZZ FUSION but NOT RAP or POP ROCK!!), children will develop
the same areas of the brain required for math and spatial reasoning. Using mazes, copying patterns, and drawing shapes
has been shown to improve with exposure to complex musical sounds. [Personal note: I have listened to and played fusion
guitar since 1973, graduated from college in 1977 with honors and now retired after 28 years as a medical research scientist .
I owe much of my hyper-brainy ways to music playing!] Consider the following: Research completed at the University of Munster in
Germany discovered enlarged portions of the brain in children who took music lessons. An area used to analyze the pitch of a
musical note was found to be 25% larger in those who participate in making music regularly than in those who have never
played an instrument. A research team exploring the link between making music and intelligence reported that music training
(specifically piano instruction) is far superior to computer instruction in dramatically enhancing children's abstract reasoning skills
and mental tools necessary for learning subjects like math and science, or for playing chess and mastering concepts of engineering.
Thirty-four percent of the children performed higher on tests measuring these criteria after only six months of piano lessons.
Students with coursework/experience in music performance scored an average of 52 points higher on the verbal portion of the
SAT and 36 points higher on the math portion of the SAT than students with no coursework or experience in the arts.
A research team studying first-graders from two Rhode Island elementary schools found that students who participated
in a regular and structured music learning program exhibited dramatic increases in reading and math. A study in the March
1999 issue of Neurological Research showed that after learning eighth, quarter, half and whole notes, second and third-graders
scored 100 percent higher than peers who were taught fractions using traditional methods. Because of this research, we know
there is a direct connection between making music and intelligence in children. But how and why does this connection take place?
Exploring the Brain The brain's cortex, the center of our intellectual functions, represents 85 percent of brain mass.
The remaining 15 percent of the brain, the limbic system, handles our emotional functions. Researchers at McGill University
in Montreal found that music functions as a key link between the cortex and limbic systems, suggesting that it's virtually impossible
to study or play a musical instrument without feeling a wide range of positive emotions such as joy, happiness, love and tenderness.
From this research, Author Sharlene Habermeyer, in her book, Good Music, Brighter Children, concluded, "...and when we allow these
emotions to be a part of the learning process, our education becomes richer, more meaningful, longer lasting, and has greater
impact in our lives." Another study, performed at the University of Texas, found a direct relationship between the brain's ability
to interpret musical notes and passages and written letters and words. And further research has documented that the sensory
input section of a violinist's brain which registers and controls activity of the left hand was more highly developed than that
of the brain area controlling the less active right hand. The research further discovered that the earlier the violinist had begun to play,
the greater the sophistication and response characteristics of the left hand cortical area of the brain.
Listen to: Hallebeek & Verheyen & Kotikoski OHM Shane Theriot Andrea Marcelli & Mike Stern
Truffaz and Manu Codjia Woodenhead Baker, Garsed, Fierabracci The Mahavishnu Project
Soft Machine w/ John Etheridge Eric Johnson Greg Howe Hellborg, Lane, & Sipe Michel Cusson & the Wild Unit
Brand X Virtual Dream Susan Weinert Atlantis & Holdsworth ConFusion Bernhard Reinke
Soft Works w/Holdsworth Kenso Glueleg Hybrid Freak Division MohoDisco Tidal Flood
Artsruni Lucas Pickford & Steve Hunt Larry Coryell The 11th House & Larry Coryell
Flying Island Al Di Meola Tribal Tech Joachim Kuhn & Ray Gomez Steve Morse Band
Pete Carr Alphonso Johnson Guadalquivir Devadip Santana David T. Chastain
Jan Hammer & Jerry Goodman Kazumi Watanabe Isley Bros J. Hammer & Jeff Beck
Glass Moon & Jamie Glaser Tommy Bolin Chanan Hanspal Lorenzo Venza Taboo Voodoo
Spiral Architect John Lee & Gerry Brown John McLaughlin Elements & Stan Samole
Steve Hunt and Holdsworth Karizma Arti E Mestieri Tim Miller Bruford Tim Donahue
On The Virg WYSIWYG & Yarbori The Hermanators Del Bennett & Mark Woerpel Triton
Tony Muschamp & Gambale Marcus Miller & Hiram Bulllock Addison Project Barrett
Tagliarino Jazz Sick w/Gunia Jonathan Kriesberg Trio Larry Bright & Gambale Francesco Montagni
Holdsworth, Jack Bruce & Tony Williams Mandrill Niklas Ahman Adam Nitti & Jimmy Herring
Terje Rypdal Magic Elf Steve Hackett Patrick Vega Discus Gary Boyle & Gary Moore KBB
Rene Engel & Hallebeek Yabori & Stern Trey Gunn Space Cadets Jade Warrior
Derek Sherinian & Brett Garsed Paradox(Japan) Prism Cosmosquad Live Marcus Miller,
Vernon Reid, & Miles Davis Lost Tribe Zoot Horn Rollo Zeroesque Rypdal, Bailey & Cobham
Slav Simanic Kennedy! Confusion Spheroe Holdsworth & Ponty iou live Joe Nardulli CAB
Alphonso Johnson & Ritenour OHM live Marc Sylvain Jean Michel Kajdan Stan Lassiter Grupe
RTF live '74 with Bill Connors Fragile Scott Mosher The Code Alessandro Benvenuti
Kazumi Watanabe's New Electric Trio Zlatko Brodaric Spontageous Isotope Hatfield and the North
Chris Poland Daryll Dobson Tryo Kraan Finnforest Donati/Henderson/Fierabracci Iceberg
Jon Durant Phil Miller Cary DeNigris Boud Deun Jeff Kolman Quazi Ed Mann Electromagnets
The Didier Lockwood Group Nova Players (live) Pekka Pohjola Dave Binney Stratus
Black Sun Ensemble The Pat Metheny Group J.K. Scott Hughes Achilleas Diamantis
The Charles Wright Trio Groon The Bill Frisell Band Ozone Quartet Spastik Ink Nico Stufano
Sam Aliano Fire Merchants tunnels Victor Stefanovski Carpathia Project Wayne Johnson Trio
Waldon Reed Jr. Steve Khan Shawn Lane Dysrhythmia Fredrik Thordendal Robert Blennerhed
Steve Topping G.A.O.S. Derryl Gabel David Sancious Les Paul Planet X Captain Beyond
William Stravato Andy West and Rama Gambale & Holdsworth Hillage live Stanley Clarke & Ray Gomez live Chick Corea & Carlos Rios Scott McGill & Michael Manring Actual Time Vlado Turnsek Vitchev Marshall Harrison Robert Bratetich of RPM
Mike Gallaher J.C. Matthews SourceCodeX Steve Robinson Silent People Cosimo Erario Al Estrada
Loren Woods Jon Herington Mike Sterling Michael Angelo Jennifer Batten Elysion Scott Jones
Balance Simon Phillips Carl Filipiak Whoopgnash Fermata Stu HammHugh Ferguson Threeo
5 after 4 Barbara Dennerlein & Mitch Watkins Nguyen Le Jean- Luc Ponty
Alphonse Mouzon & Tommy Bolin AKA Moon Steve Tibbetts Over the Top Engel and Leon Vanderbosch
3PM One Shot Space Circus Sherinian/Malsteen/DiMeola/Goodman Coryell/Coster/Smith
Stanley Clarke/Jeff Beck Vinnoie Colaiuta & Michael Landau Bill Connors/Clarke/Hammer
Philip Catherine Kotikoski/JK Holdsworth/Lockwood/Bruce/Sancious/Cobham Big Block Dodge
Ronnie Montrose Steve Vai Mark Egan and many, many more!
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