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The Mahavishnu Project

The Mahavishnu Project
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The Mahavishnu Project is led by drummer/composer Gregg Bendian, widely known for his work with Pat Metheny, Ornette Coleman, and John Zorn. He and compatriots play music from the early days of Mahavishnu Orchestra, not merely copying the originals, but interpreting them as living works.
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The Mahavishnu Project — Return to the Emerald Beyond The Mahavishnu Project — Return to the Emerald Beyond
(Cuneiform Rune 242/243, 2007, 2CD)
The Mahavishnu Project — Phase 2 The Mahavishnu Project — Phase 2
(Aggregate AGCD003, 2004, 2CD)
The Mahavishnu Project — Live Bootleg The Mahavishnu Project — Live Bootleg
(Aggregate AGCD002, 2002, CD)

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