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But some of 1976's best rock albums already had one foot in the future – from David Bowie (who was stepping into an art-rock phase that would become one of his most replicated, in a career that spawned dozens of imitators) and the Eagles (who turned the corner on country-rock toward a tougher, rock-only sound) to new kids in town. like the Ramones and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, both of whom defied labels. Still, old-time rock 'n' roll was kicking and screaming, whether it was Bob Seger slipping his career into high gear with a heavy dose of nostalgia or AC/DC twisting the.
Apocalypse is the Mahavishnu Orchestra's fourth album, released in 1974. It is performed by the second line-up of the Mahavishnu Orchestra and the London Symphony Orchestra. It was produced by George Martin, who regards it as one of the best records ever made. The back cover features a poem by Sri Chinmoy as well as a group photo of those who created the album. All music composed by John McLaughlin; Lyrics to "Smile of the Beyond" composed by "Mahalakshmi" Eve McLaughlin.