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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. See fusion.

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  • But he wasn't a fan of the label and wanted to broaden his horizons with more jazz, transforming his music over the years into what he describes as a "jazz-fusion/rock type funk."

    Bilal Comes To B.B. King's: The Return Of A Soul Original

  • He describes his first release in 1992, The Complete Rhyming Dictionary rereleased in 2008 as Pulse and Cadence, a jazz-fusion instrumental conceived as an homage to the spirit of Weather Report, as "the end of a big era of music making for me ... the closing of a chapter."

    Joan K. Smith: Jon Herington's New Frontier: Renowned Steely Dan Guitarist Discusses His Musical Journey

  • Mr. Bona, 44, is best known for playing electric bass with a sure tone and uncommon fluidity—qualities that earned him early comparisons to Mr. Pastorius, who was a member of the pioneering jazz-fusion group Weather Report.

    At Home in Music's World

  • He could walk into somewhere and play jazz-fusion right after leaving our stage, which the rest of us would be left behind for that excursion.

    Mike Ragogna: The Joy of Regeneration: A Conversation with Styx's James "J.Y." Young

  • Collins was actually still a musician at this time, also fronting the jazz-fusion band Brand X. Overall sound-quality-wise, anything Floyd-related is the best (notably Pulse), with Gilmour claiming they never overdubbed (I seriously doubt this).

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Favorite Live Album

  • On "Live at Yoshi's, 2010," available only online, it moves smoothly from jazz-fusion to untethered improvisation, from lyrical passages to high-octane grooves.

    Playing Musical Chairs

  • In the early-to-mid 1970s, Carlos Santana's band gave its Latin-flavored rock a jazz-fusion flair, and the music charged like a furious yet elegant beast.

    Sirens and Other Sounds

  • On "Sunstorm," everything from a Midwest-style stepper anthem, quiet-storm ballads and a soaring jazz-fusion flight bear the imprint of a student well schooled in both modern beats and the work of Quincy Jones and the Mizell Brothers.

    Nightlife agenda

  • On "Sunstorm," everything from a Midwest-style stepper anthem, quiet-storm ballads and a soaring jazz-fusion flight bear the imprint of a student well-schooled in both modern beats and the work of Quincy Jones and the Mizell Brothers.

    Nightlife Agenda

  • Dublin music Santana tours Europe this fall with his trademark salsa and jazz-fusion influenced rock music.

    Cultural Calendar

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