Time and Chance (Caldera album)

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Time and Chance
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Studio album by
Released1978 (1978)
1994 (1994) (re-release)
RecordedDecember 1977 – January 1978
StudioHollywood Sound
Genre Jazz fusion
Label Capitol
Producer Eduardo del Barrio, Larry Dunn, Jorge Strunz, Steve Tavaglione, Larkin Arnold
Caldera chronology
Sky Islands
Time and Chance
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Time and Chance is the third studio album by the jazz fusion band Caldera, released in 1978 on Capitol Records. [2] The album rose to No. 29 on the Billboard Jazz Albums chart. [3]


Track listing

1."The Arousing" Eduardo del Barrio 2:50
2."Reviviscence"Eduardo del Barrio7:00
3."Mosaico"Eduardo del Barrio, Jorge Strunz7:00
4."Magewind"George del Barrio1:34
5."Crosscountry"George del Barrio5:24
6."Passages"Eduardo del Barrio7:30
7."Dreamborne"Jorge Strunz1:40
8."Shanti" Larry Dunn 4:00
9."Horizon's End"Jorge Strunz8:18




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  1. Henderson, Alex. "Caldera: Time and Chance". allmusic.com. AllMusic.
  2. 1 2 Caldera: Time and Chance. Capitol Records. 1978.
  3. Best Selling Jazz Albums. Billboard. September 30, 1978. p. 70.