Larry Coryell Net Worth
How Much money Larry Coryell has? For this question we spent 18 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.
The main source of income: Musicians
Total Net Worth at the moment 2020 year – is about $40,8 Million.
Larry Coryell information Birth date: April 2, 1943 Birth place: Galveston, Texas, United States Profession:Music Department, Soundtrack Spouse:Tracey Coryell Children:Murali Coryell, Julian Coryell
:How tall is Larry Coryell – 1,68m.
How much weight is Larry Coryell – 58kg
Larry Coryell is known for his work on Loulou (1980), Cop or Hood (1979) and Lhomme aux yeux dargent (1985).
Biography,Coryell was born in Galveston, Texas. He graduated from Richland High School, in Richland, Washington, where he played in local bands the Jailers, the Rumblers, the Royals, and the Flames. He also played with the Checkers from nearby Yakima, Washington. He then moved to Seattle to attend the University of Washington. He played in a number of popular Northwest bands, including the Dynamics, while living in Seattle.In September 1965, Coryell moved to New York City where he became part of Chico Hamiltons quintet, replacing Gabor Szabo. In 1967 and 1968, he recorded with Gary Burton. Also during the mid-1960s he played with the Free Spirits, his first recorded band. His music during the late-1960s and early-1970s combined the influences of rock, jazz, and eastern music. He married writer-actress Julie Nathanson before the release of his first solo album, Lady Coryell, which like Coryell, At the Village Gate, and, The Lion and the Ram featured her photos on the cover (there is a ghost nude of her descending a staircase on the Aspects album cover). Julies poetry was featured on the back cover of Ram. She was an important part of his career, as inspiration, management, and appearance at recording sessions. She wrote a book based on interviews with jazz-rock musicians, including Chick Corea, and John McLaughlin.In the early 1970s, he led a group called Foreplay with Mike Mandel, a childhood friend, although the albums of this period—Barefoot Boy, Offering, and The Real Great Escape—were credited only to Larry Coryell. He formed the group The Eleventh House in 1973. The album sold well in college towns and the ensemble toured widely. Several of the groups albums featured drummer Alphonse Mouzon.Following the breakup of this band, Coryell played mainly acoustic guitar but returned to electric guitar later in the 1970s. He released an album credited with Mouzon and an album with the Brubeck Brothers that was recorded direct-to-disc, a new recording method at the time. He made several acoustic duet albums, two with Belgian guitarist (and former Focus member) Philip Catherine. Their album Twin House (1977), which contained the song Miss Julie, drew favorable reviews.In 1979, Coryell formed The Guitar Trio with fusion guitarist John McLaughlin and flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucia. The group toured Europe and released a video recorded at Royal Albert Hall in London entitled Meeting of Spirits. In early 1980, Coryells drug addiction led to him being replaced by Al Di Meola. Julie Coryell sang on one track of Comin Home (1984). The couple divorced in 1985. She died in 2009. Coryell recorded an album with (and was briefly romantically involved with) Emily Remler before her death from a heroin overdose while on tour in Australia.In 2007, Coryell published an autoBiography, titled Improvising: My Life in Music. His two sons, Julian Coryell and Murali Coryell, are also involved in the music business.
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