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Jerry Goodman

Jerry Goodman
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Jerry Goodman (born in Chicago, Illinois, March 16, 1949) is an American jazz and rock violinist, famous as a member of The Flock and Mahavishnu Orchestra. In the 80s he recorded a series of solo albums and appeared as a guest with a number of other artists.
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Jon Anderson — 1000 Hands, Chapter One Jon Anderson — 1000 Hands, Chapter One
(Blue Élan BER1266, 2020, CD / LP / DL)
Strat Andriotis — Night Manager Strat Andriotis — Night Manager
(Dekatria Records 003, 2018, CD)
Antoine Fafard — Proto Mundi Antoine Fafard — Proto Mundi
(Timeless Momentum TM20171, 2017, 2CD)
Jerry Goodman — Violin Fantasy Jerry Goodman — Violin Fantasy
(Purple Pyramid CLO0289CD, 2016, CD)
Billy Sherwood — Citizen Billy Sherwood — Citizen
(Frontiers Records FR CD 710, 2015, CD)
Dwiki Dharmawan — So Far So Close Dwiki Dharmawan — So Far So Close
(Moonjune MJR075, 2015, CD)
Antoine Fafard — Occultus Tramitis Antoine Fafard — Occultus Tramitis
(Unicorn Digital UNCR-5087, 2013, CD)
The Prog Collective — The Prog Collective The Prog Collective — The Prog Collective
(Purple Pyramid CLP9904, 2012, CD)
Gary Husband — Dirty & Beautiful Volume 1 Gary Husband — Dirty & Beautiful Volume 1
(Abstract Logix ABLX 027, 2010, CD)
Lindsey Boullt — Composition Lindsey Boullt — Composition
((Not on label) no#, 2007, CD)
Chardeau — Hors Portée Highlight/Instrumental Chardeau — Hors Portée Highlight/Instrumental
(L Records LR0501/LR0502, 2005, CD)
Dixie Dregs — California Screamin' Dixie Dregs — California Screamin'
(Zebra Records ZS 44021-2, 2000, CD)
Various Artists — Encores, Legends & Paradox - A Tribute to the Music of ELP Various Artists — Encores, Legends & Paradox - A Tribute to the Music of ELP
(Magna Carta MA-9026-2, 1999, CD)
Dixie Dregs — Full Circle Dixie Dregs — Full Circle
(Capricorn Records 2-42021, 1994, CD)
Lenny White — Big City Lenny White — Big City
(Wounded Bird WOU, 1977/2001, CD)
Mahavishnu Orchestra — Visions of the Emerald Beyond Mahavishnu Orchestra — Visions of the Emerald Beyond
(Columbia PC 33411, 1975, LP)
Jerry Goodman & Jan Hammer — Like Children Jerry Goodman & Jan Hammer — Like Children
(Wounded Bird WOU 430, 1974/2006, CD)
Mahavishnu Orchestra — Between Nothingness and Eternity Mahavishnu Orchestra — Between Nothingness and Eternity
(Columbia CK 32766, 1973/1985, CD)
Mahavishnu Orchestra — Birds of Fire Mahavishnu Orchestra — Birds of Fire
(Columbia KC 31996, 1973, LP)
Mahavishnu Orchestra — The Inner Mounting Flame Mahavishnu Orchestra — The Inner Mounting Flame
(Columbia KC 31067, 1971, LP)
Mahavishnu Orchestra — The Lost Trident Sessions Mahavishnu Orchestra — The Lost Trident Sessions
(Columbia CK 65959, 1971/1999, CD)
John McLaughlin — My Goal's Beyond John McLaughlin — My Goal's Beyond
(Douglas Music AD-03, 1971/2004, CD)
The Flock — Dinosaur Swamps The Flock — Dinosaur Swamps
(One Way A 26658, 1970/1996, CD)
The Flock — The Flock The Flock — The Flock
(One Way A 26657, 1969/1996, CD)

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