At Fusion 101, a Radionomy Jazz/Rock Internet Radio Station, we bring you the best Jazz/Rock Fusion music from the Seventies and today, combining the energy of Rock music with the sophistication and improvisation found in Jazz, and the best of Art and Progressive Rock, drawing from jazz and classical elements to push beyond the standard Rock song structures.

We only play hand-picked songs from our extensive collection of worldwide 70s Jazz Rock Fusion and Progressive Rock artists like: Al Di Meola, Passport, Gong, Jean-Luc Ponty, The Soft Machine, Bill Bruford, Larry Coryell, King Crimson, Jan Akkerman and Focus, Fusion’s original John McLaughlin and The Mahavishnu Orchestra, Allan Holdsworth, Chick Corea, Area, Jan Hammer, the amazing guitar of Jeff Beck, Brand X, Weather Report, Herbie Hancock, Stanley Clarke, Jaco Pastorius, The Dixie Dregs, awesome drummers like Billy Cobham, Narada Michael Walden, Lenny White, Tony Williams, and many more!

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Featured Video

TONY WILLIAMS Lifetime - June 13, 1971 - Montreux Jazz Fest - Best Version

...have added a soundboard sourced audio track to the best version of this footage I could find. Pretty big improvement from previous copies... hughenmatt
The Urchins Of Shermese
Sime Hip Drum Shit
Circa 45
Big Nick

Arthur Juini Booth - bass
Ted Dunbar - guitar
Warren Smith - percussion
Charles Don Alias - percussion
Larry Young aka Khalid Yassin - organ
Tony Williams - drums!

Featured Album

Album by Larry Coryell

Spaces is Larry Coryell´s third album as a leader. The album was released 1970 on the Vanguard label featuring John McLaughlin on guitar, Chick Corea on electric piano, Miroslav Vitous on bass and Billy Cobham on drums.

Probably the album of Larry Coryell that he's most remembered for, and certainly the one of his breakthrough, Spaces came with this extraordinary colourful psychey artwork (a Jacques Wyrs painting) for a jazz album, even if not a pure jazz one. And what an all-star guest line-up too, inclining that LC had already gained respect from his peers way back in 69. Yes in some ways, Spaces is a groundbreaking album.
>>Read review by Sean Trane ...