[JPL] Weather Report

jazzrockworld rick at jazzrockworld.com
Tue Sep 19 00:11:51 EDT 2006

Unfortunately, the DVD is not 5.1 surround as most releases are these days. 

Having had the bootleg version of this show for many years. I can say that
Zawinul is a MAJOR standout, especially with the overhead camera shots. What
I found most interesting is the fact that he DOES play Black Market with a
"reversed" keyboard (low notes on the right and high notes on the left) as
he mentioned in an old interview - really cool.

Rick Calic


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>When I got into work tonight I found a "Special Box Set Advance" of a 3 
>CD set called Forecast: Tomorrow by Weather Report. It appears that 
>it's mostly reissued material although I think I see three tunes that 
>haven't been released before. I really haven't been able to spend any 
>time with it because I'm on the air as I'm writing this.
>Eric Jackson

The three previously unreleased tracks include an alternate take of
Directions, a live version of Nubian Sundance and a DJ Logic Remix of 125th
Street Congress. The box also includes a DVD of the Sept. 28, 1978 concert
Live in Offenbach, Germany (the quartet with Jaco Pastorius and Peter
Erskine). The set is produced by Bob Belden, Zawinul and Shorter.

Larry Appelbaum


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