White guitarist Mike Stern (1953), who had made his name with Billy Cobham (1979) and Miles Davis (1981), crafted a string of albums overflowing with energetic jazz-rock interplay and longer and longer solos:
Neesh (september 1983), featuring alto saxophonist David Sanborn,
Upside Downside (april 1986),
Time In Place (december 1987),
Jigsaw (february 1989),
Odds or Evens (1991),
Is What It Is (1994),
Between The Lines (february 1996).
He reached a zenith of virtuoso sophistication with Play (september 1999), after which he was able to harmoniously import pop melody, world music and wordless singing into Voices (september 2001).
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