[JPL] The Mahavishnu Orchestra "Live in Cleveland" [04-04-1972] -scheduled for release in 2004?

jazzrockworld rick at jazzrockworld.com
Sun Sep 17 05:02:38 EDT 2006


Ok,

I'm assuming no response means no one knows (or cares). Unless there's some
political issue with talking about the activities of a major record label.

Well, the RUMOR is it's "on hold" due to financial considerations that are
unsatisfactory to at least one of the band members. 

Any non-denial denials? Any rags, any bones, any bottles today? (sorry,
Groucho often get's the best of me).

Thanks,

Rick Calic
www.jazzrockworld.com 



 

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Hello,
 
Does anyone know the official reason CBS/Sony-BMG has been sitting on a
completely finished product for two years without releasing it? 
 
I'm referring to the Mahavishnu Orchestra Live in Cleveland Cd that's been
painstakingly remastered by Bob Beldon and Gregg Bendian. There are a lot of
rumors, but the truth would be nice to know. Bob didn't sound too optimistic
and Gregg said "At least it hasn't been officially cancelled". 
 
Thanks,
 
Rick Calic
www.jazzrockworld.com 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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