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John McLaughlin (Jazz)
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Musician
    (January 4, 1942- )
    Leader of the Mahavishnu Orchestra (1971-1975)
    Recorded ‘Extrapolation,' ‘My Goals Beyond,' ‘Devotion,' ‘Electric Dreams,' and ‘Thieves and Poets' (as a solo artist); ‘Birds of Fire' and ‘Inner Mounting Flame' (with the Mahavishnu Orchestra)
    Follower of the guru Sri Chinmoy during the 1970's
    He recorded songs with goofy titles like ‘Sapphire Bullets of Pure Love.'
    He has the same name as a certain talk show blowhard.
    He is twice divorced.
    During the 1970s, he was one of the few musicians with short hair.
    His band the Mahavishnu Orchestra went through a messy breakup.
    He tried to reform the Mahavishnu Orchestra in the 1980s without success.
    He pioneered jazz-rock.
    He branched out into Indian music with the group Shakti.
    He played guitar on Miles Davis's masterpieces ‘In a Silent Way' and ‘Bitches Brew.'
    He recorded an album with fellow Sri Chinmoy disciple Carlos Santana.
    He started practicing yoga as an alternative to drugs.

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