Al Di Meola - Al Di Meola Plays Piazzolla CD (album) cover


Al Di Meola


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.30 | 22 ratings

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3 stars This album has some nice guitar playing, but really the only stand out track is Bordel 1900, the next best songs being Oblivion and Tango Suite Parts I & III. The remainder of the album is nice-sounding, but ultimately run-of-the-mill (albeit relaxing) guitar playing. Di Meola Plays Piazzolla is a decent pick if you are already a fan of Al. Otherwise, begin elsewhere with an album like Land of The Midnight Sun or maybe World Sinfonia for a better representation of what Al has to offer.
ClassicRocker | 3/5 |


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