John McLaughlin And The 4th Dimension's The Boston Record And Asia Tour


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During the summer of 2013, guitar legend John McLaughlin and his trailblazing band The 4th Dimension – Gary Husband on keyboards and drums, Etienne Mbappe on bass, and Ranjit Barot on drums and vocals – toured across America. On June 22nd they performed at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. This concert was recorded and is now being released as McLaughlin’s latest recording, The Boston Record.

When asked to describe The Boston Record, McLaughlin said, “From time to time, a live record is made that has everything: great collective playing, a terrific audience, fantastic recorded sound, and a wonderful atmosphere. In the new recording of our concert you’ll find all of the above. I’m really happy about this recording.”

The Boston Record captures McLaughlin and The 4th Dimension playing a fiery performance at Berklee, highlighted by a new take on the classic Mahavishnu Orchestra song “You Know, You Know”.

The Boston Record was released March 18, 2014 on Media Starz and Abstract Logix Records.

The Band is on a Asia Tour this Spring. Catch them in one of the these towns.

11.3.2014 Mosaic Festival, Singapore
14.3.2014 HK Arts Festival, Hong Kong
16.3.2014 Sofitel Sunset Pavilion, Manila, Philipines
18.3.2014 M-Theatre Hall, Bangkok, Thailand
20.3.2014 Mapo Arts Center, Seoul, Korea
22.3.2014 Blue Note, Nagoya, Japan
23.3.2014 Blue Note, Tokyo, Japan
24.3.2014 Blue Note, Tokyo, Japan
25.3.2014 Blue Note, Tokyo, Japan
26.3.2014 Blue Note, Tokyo, Japan
29.3.2014 The One Club, Beijing, China
1.4.2013 Shanghai Culture Square, Shanghai, China
4.4.2014 Music Academy, Chennai, India
5.4.2014 St.Andrews Aud, Mumbai, India
9.4.2014 Ramallah Cultural Palace, Palestine

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