Mahavishnu Orchestra
Birds of Fire


5.0
classic

Review

by sonictheplumber STAFF USER (107 Reviews)
November 25th, 2011 | 26 replies | 2,372 views


Release Date: 1973 | Tracklist


5 of 5 thought this review was well written

Masters of music, the Mahavishnu Orchestra were a powerful force in the 1970's; a band who fused powerful rock jams with the jazz of yesteryears and borrowing the spirit of the indians and the chinese warlocks and warlords who rode horses in the days of old.

Many people like show-off music like Between The Buried And Me and The Faceless and other bad music...those people haven't heard soulful jamming like this. Soul is the key word - guys like Cobham and McLaughlin are descendants of Miles Davis and students of the shamans. Soul and spirit make up each note.

Each track serves as a tribute to the shamans and gods of the ages of old. The samurai lurks in each song. Electric violins...everywhere. Who knew music like this existed? It did.

Next time you see some tech death band thinking they are cool because they sweep up and down, show them this album.



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Jethro42
November 25th 2011



12028 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

fucking pos

Ending
November 25th 2011



1852 Comments


So short but so convincing... worthy of a pos.

JamieTwort
Contributing Reviewer
November 26th 2011



18154 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Awesome review.

Digging: Benoit Pioulard - Hymnal Remixes

NeutralThunder12
November 26th 2011



8742 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"Next time you see some tech death band thinking they are cool because they sweep up and down, show them this album."

please kill yourself

NeutralThunder12
November 26th 2011



8742 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

this review is horrible

Motiv3
November 26th 2011



8405 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

prog, are u seriously taking sonic's review seriously? hahahahahaha

NeutralThunder12
November 26th 2011



8742 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

no im not taking them seriously but none of this is funny at all try writing an actual review

KILL
December 19th 2011



67023 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

how did i miss this review fuckin hilarious and the god damn truth

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CakeWithCream
January 25th 2012



1005 Comments


"Many people like show-off music like Between The Buried And Me and The Faceless and other bad music...those people haven't heard soulful jamming like this."
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Thane
January 25th 2012



2108 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

pos

JamieTwort
Contributing Reviewer
January 25th 2012



18154 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Rules so hard.

KILL
March 5th 2012



67023 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

one word is the best song ever

Brumas
March 9th 2012



117 Comments


Lol because you can't enjoy Between the Buried and Me AND Mahavishnu

Why the fuck do they get bashed on this site so much?

JamieTwort
Contributing Reviewer
March 9th 2012



18154 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Cos they suck.

KILL
March 9th 2012



67023 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

126

Jethro42
March 9th 2012



12028 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

2112

KILL
March 9th 2012



67023 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Ah, Celestial Terrestrial Commuters.

Jethro42
April 7th 2012



12028 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

Perfect album. Miles Beyond and Sanctuary are the tits.

Dimor
April 7th 2012



1738 Comments


I need to give this some more listens

Ovrot
April 7th 2012



10245 Comments


indeed



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