R.I.P. Larry Coryell

Guitarist of Fusion Before It Had a Name Dies at 73

‘Most established jazz musicians regarded rock with suspicion if not hostility when Mr. Coryell arrived in New York from Washington State in 1965. But a younger cohort, steeped in the Beatles as well as bebop, was beginning to explore an approach that bridged the stylistic gap. Mr. Coryell, who had grown up listening to a wide range of music, became one of the leaders of that cohort…’

Source: New York Times obituary

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