Weather Report / Sweetnighter – A Must Hear Album of Modern Jazz Fusion

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We recently compiled a list of records we think every audiophile should get to know, along the lines of “the 1001 records you need to hear before you die,” but with less accent on morbidity and more on the joy these amazing audiophile-quality recordings can bring to your life.

The list is purposely wide-ranging. It includes some famous titles (Tumbleweed Connection, The Yes Album), but we’ve gone out of our way to choose excellent titles from famous artists that are less well known (Atlantic Crossing, Kiln House, Dad Loves His Work), which simply means that you won’t find Every Picture Tells a Story or Rumours or Sweet Baby James on this list because masterpieces of that caliber should already be in your collection.

Out of the thousands of records we have auditioned and reviewed, here are a hundred or two that are less well known, yet have stood the test of time for us and we think are more than deserving of a serious listen.

Many of these will not be to your taste, but they were to ours.

Reviews and Commentaries for Sweetnighter

Sweetnighter checks off a number of boxes for us here at Better Records

It’s a Well Recorded Album that Should Be More Popular with Audiophiles

It’s part of our Core Jazz Collection

And It’s a Personal Favorite

If you’re a fan of the adventurous funky Jazz Fusion, this is a Must Own Title from 1973.

The complete list of titles from 1973 that we’ve reviewed to date can be found here.

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