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Alphonse Mouzon

Alphonse Mouzon
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Alphonzo "Alphonse" Mouzon (born 21 November, 1948, Charleston, South Carolina; died December 26, 2016, Granada Hills, California) was a jazz-fusion drummer and percussionist, and the CEO of Tenacious Records. He also composed, arranged, and produced, as well as acted. He was a significant part of the fusion revolution of the 70s, having worked with Weather Report, Larry Coryell, Miles Davis, and many other artists.
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Larry Coryell's Eleventh House — Seven Secrets Larry Coryell's Eleventh House — Seven Secrets
(Savoy SVY16137, 2016, CD)
Miles Davis & Michel Legrand — Dingo Miles Davis & Michel Legrand — Dingo
(Warner Bros 9 26438-2, 1991, CD)
Alphonse Mouzon / Larry Coryell — The 11th House Alphonse Mouzon / Larry Coryell — The 11th House
(Metronome 829 252-2, 1985, CD)
Herbie Hancock — Magic Windows Herbie Hancock — Magic Windows
(Columbia FC 37387, 1981, LP)
Larry Coryell and the Eleventh House — At Montreux Larry Coryell and the Eleventh House — At Montreux
(Vanguard VMD 79410, 1978/1993, CD)
Larry Coryell / Alphonse Mouzon — Back Together Again Larry Coryell / Alphonse Mouzon — Back Together Again
(Wounded Bird WOU 8220, 1977/2002, CD)
Al Di Meola — Land of the Midnight Sun Al Di Meola — Land of the Midnight Sun
(Columbia CK 34074, 1976/1987, CD)
Patrick Moraz — The Story of I Patrick Moraz — The Story of I
(Timewave IDVP003CD, 1976/2006, CD)
The Eleventh House Featuring Larry Coryell — Level One The Eleventh House Featuring Larry Coryell — Level One
(Wounded Bird WOU 4052, 1975/2012, CD)
Alphonse Mouzon — Mind Transplant Alphonse Mouzon — Mind Transplant
(RPM 116, 1975/1993, CD)
Larry Coryell — Planet End Larry Coryell — Planet End
(Vanguard VMD 79367-2, 1975/2001, CD)
The Eleventh House with Larry Coryell — Introducing the Eleventh House with Larry Coryell The Eleventh House with Larry Coryell — Introducing the Eleventh House with Larry Coryell
(Vanguard VMD 79342, 1974/1989, CD)
Alphonse Mouzon — The Essence of Mystery Alphonse Mouzon — The Essence of Mystery
(Blue Note TOCJ-6286, 1973/1998, CD)
McCoy Tyner — Sahara McCoy Tyner — Sahara
(Milestone MSP-9039, 1972/1987, CD)
Weather Report — Weather Report Weather Report — Weather Report
(Columbia CK 48824, 1971/2000, CD)

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