Al Di Meola - Colecao Folha Classicos do Jazz

Posted By MiOd On Thursday, March 13, 2014 Under
Al Di Meola - Colecao Folha Classicos do Jazz Vol. 18
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The guitarist won fame of the night for the day to join the Return to Forever with only 19 years. The trio with John McLaughlin and Paco de Lucia also has become legendary. He was one of the fastest guitarists in jazz fusion, but then started to focus also on world music, alternating the guitar with the guitar, which comes with the same dexterity. Son of Italians, Meola was born in Jersey City, New Jersey, on July 22, 1954. Since child, now frequented clubs, parsley, to discover the jazz with Chick Corea and Larry Coryell. In 74, the very Corea invited to come for the Return to Forever. The soils of fast and energetic rock Meola attracted the public, giving the group its best vendagens on discs such as "Where Have I Known You Before" and "Romantic Warrior." Two years later, he started solo career with "Land of the Midnight Sun." This and the subsequent "Elegant Gypsy," "Casino" and "Hotel Splendido" already brought elements of world music. In 80, Meola recorded with John McLaughlin and Paco de Lucia "Friday Night in San Francisco," which sold over two million copies. From the 90 he recorded more often acoustic music world, as "World Symphony" and "Di Meola Plays Piazzolla." In 96, formed the trio The Rite of Strings, with the violinist Jean-Luc Ponty and bassist Stanley Clarke (another former Return to Forever). His new CD, "Diabolic Inventions and Seduction for Solo Guitar, Volume I", has launch scheduled for the end of October, 2007.

[01]. July
[02]. Traces of a Tear
[03]. Maraba
[04]. Song to the Pharoah Kings
[05]. Etude
[06]. Rhapsody of Fire
[07]. Coral
[08]. Beijing Demons
[09]. Ballad

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