[Kronomyth 9.0] A Return to Melody.
Airto, Flora and the first lineup of Forever deliver a dreamy fusion album for sambanambulists.
[Kronomyth 1.0] Son of the Return to Forever.
[Kronomyth 14.0] Vulcan Amazing.
[Kronomyth 2.0] The perfect waste of time for all you vulcan clocksuckers.
[Kronomyth 15.0] Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life, At Last I’ve Found You.
Who knew that Lenny White was a science-fiction freak? Add some funk, and you’ve got one of the best solo RTF albums.
[Kronomyth 3.0] Chick Beck in Forty Minutes.
Let me share with you my secret paramour in the field of fusion: Romantic Warrior. Loosely based on a medieval theme, this is…
You may never return to forever after you start listening to Al’s solo albums–they’re that good.
So what exactly constitutes a Return To Forever album anyway? Musicmagic blurs the line between RTF and Chick’s solo recordings, since the same…
[Kronomyth 8.0] V.S.O.P.P.
An album that captures all of Salvador Dali’s humidity and little of its fantastic surrealism. The comparison is invited through a short story…