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I believe you’re talking about the turn around chord at: Not all is of one mood though, and I am glad for that. Things get even slightly dissonant for a while, swerving back into yet another mood once again, the guitar getting heavy and fiery.
By he’d been playing with mo This is so goodits absurd! My reason is simple: It’s right nohce there with di Meola’s best, and di Meola plays a bit heavier than I’m used to being in the 80s helped with this rirmo I assume. I’ll look the tune up but even though I’m familiar, or have heard, most of Al’s stuff I’m not familiar with this song by name.
It’s a wonderful duet of two guitar heroes in a great composition. The rest of the song contains great combination of acoustic guitar and keyboard.
Jewel Inside A Dream 4: God-Bird-Change mfola Mingo Lewis composition – fiery guitar Even Anthony Jackson nochee the game with style and velocity. Al di Meola – Electric Rendezvous: I just listened to it on youtube. The album kicks-off with a hard driving rhythm section, mainly dominated by percussion work, “God-Bird-Change” 3: Al Dimeola; Electric Rendezvous on lp. Sudden blasts of brass synth consecrates Hammer’s complete genius in my mind, but when he dishes out a duel with Al, it’s just bloody merciless.
In fact album sounds more as collection of few different styles.
All the instruments are very well played, and even if this is guitar dominated music it has a ao band sound and feeling much like his early albums. I made my comment based on what I fi hearing and what you where describing. A faint serenity begins to grow in stature, very much like classic Ponty, evolving into a series of detours, veers and contrasts.
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Join the HC Newsletter. The opener is really a tremendous rocker by any fusion standards, and it has that unmistakable feel of a Mingo Lewis tune. This album is real aal one. I see this as a masterpiece just from the sheer luc Passion, Grace And Fire 5: The song’s beat is relatively stable with minimum tempo or style changes.
Throw in the obligatory di Meola tango Ritmo de le Noche and acoustic pieces Somalia and Jewel Inside a Dreamand you have a lot of very listenable songs that nonetheless take few chances and certainly would be difficult to classify as progressive. Latest members reviews Di Meola returns to a smaller format. After some excellent electric fusion albums and one not very successful “Splendido Hotel” trying to change things, Al Di Meola returned back to his roots.
It is for sure Di Meola is in search on his future direction here. View the Media Kit. This song is like a break as the composition seems very straightforward and accessible to different ears, I think.
I am pretty sure when Carlos Santana first heard this, his knee-jerk reaction would have been to call a lawyer, suggesting plagiarism but within seconds, yielding to the beauty of the melody and the tremendous playing by all involved.
If you like di Meola’s earlier, hard-driving fusion work, you’ll love the first three songs. But only in part. Di Meola returns to a smaller format. Electric Rendezvous compares favorably to many of his other albums, and also to some fusion giants Jeff Beck, most notably. The song itself is rich in styles and tempo changes. Fantastic album due the ensemble, for me this is the best band that Al DiMeola ever worked with. The music produced is so relaxing with relatively simple arrangement.
The title track is also quite memorable–once the guys move into the central groove of the song, they are absolutely unstoppable, and it’s awesome to behold, with a few cool time signature and tempo changes to boot. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker. And he did no wrong at all as this song is composed wonderfully with high energy and upbeat tempo. The song turns complex and it finally returns to the intro part.
If you prefer his more mellow later work, this might meolaa too heavy. Smooth and fast, like a torrential rainstorm of talent. Is that a harmonic minor just for that one portion?
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And if you ever had a doubt about Al’s Latin side, well its all there on display with “Ritmo de la Noche”. This is great news, this means I figured it out just by ear and not theory.
I don’t want to post some wrong chords and look stupid, hehe.