In the early 1970s, jazz underwent a dramatic upheaval as the popularity of rock began to influence the music, with electric instruments at the fore. Miles Davis is most famously championed as the instigator of fusion with his ground breaking 1970 album Bitches Brew. In its wake came several rock-meets-jazz groups, many of them spawned by Miles' experiments. Multi-GRAMMY award winning legendary keyboardist Chick Corea and fusion pioneer electric guitarist John McLaughlin both played with Miles and went on to form two of the most influential bands of the '70s: Corea's Return to Forever and McLaughlin's Mahavishnu Orchestra. Both virtuosos revisit the fusion years with new vigor as Corea and McLaughlin lead this all-star fusion band, that features jazz saxophonist Kenny Garrett (another Miles alum), bassist Christian McBride and drummer Vinnie Colaiuta.