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Maya dances again

The Mahavishnu Project performing "The Dance of Maya" (John McLaughlin) at the Keswick Theater on June 20th 2010. Glenn Alexander (guitar); Zach Brock (violin), Gregg Bendian (Drums), Peter Brendler (Bass), Neil Alexander (keys).

by Jon Davis, Published 2015-08-11


Filed under: Video

Related artist(s): Gregg Bendian, The Mahavishnu Project, Mahavishnu Orchestra

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