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Eagle Rock to Bring Return to Forever to Blu-ray

Eagle Rock Entertainment has announced the May 12, 2009 release of Return To Forever Returns – Live at Montreux 2008 day-and-date with the DVD at an SRP of $24.98 (Blu-ray) and $14.98 (DVD).

The concert captures the Jazz-Rock Fusion band featuring legendary Jazz musicians, keyboardist Chick Corea,  bassist Stanley Clark, guitarist Al DiMeola, and drummer Lenny White one night of their first tour together in 25-years and 32-years after their last album, Romantic Warrior.

Additionally, the release contains 5 bonus tracks from their Clearwater, Florida show later that month.

The tracklist for the realease is as follows:

Track listing:
1.) Introduction
2.) Hymns Of The Seventh Galaxy
3.) Vulcan Worlds
4.) Sorceress
5.) Song To The Pharoah Kings
6.) Al’s Solo
7.) No Mystery
8.) Chick’s Solo
9.) Romantic Warrior
10.) El Bayo de Negro (Stanley’s Solo)
11.) Lineage (Lenny’s Solo)
12.) Romantic Warrior (conclusion)

Bonus Tracks – Clearwater 2008 set:
1.) Lineage (Lenny’s Solo)
2.) Al’s Solo
3.) Friendship (Chick’s Solo)
4.) El Bayo de Negro (Stanley’s Solo)
5.) Duel Of The Jester And The Tyrant

Purchase Return to Forever Returns: Live at Montreux 2008 [Blu-ray] on Amazon.com

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