Crossfire, an Australian jazz-fusion group, was active between 1974 and 1983. They were one of Australia’s most popular jazz-fusion bands, having recorded several albums for Warner Music. Jim Kelly (guitars), and Michael Kenny, (keyboards, piano) were the primary composers. Ian Bloxsom (percussion and glockenspiel), Greg Lyon (keyboards, piano), Phil Scorgie (electric basse), Don Reid (saxophones and flute), Tony Buchanan (saxophones and flute), John Proud and Doug Gallacher (drums), and Steve Hopes (saxophones). Crossfire briefly reunited for 1991’s Tension release. Their 1982 Montreux Jazz Festival performance was a highlight. It was also recorded and released live as an album. Crossfire released five studio albums and the live album Live At Montreux. They also recorded a live album supporting American jazz singer Michael Franks. From Wikipedia

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