Written on: 29/08/2006 by jfderry (208 reviews written)
It really doesn't sound like Al di Meola has moved on much.
Every time a beautiful melody comes along Al seems compelled to chop it up with some axe shredding.
The heavy rock, overdriven chorus on his electric guitar, used here to distraction, is completely at odds with the sensual warmth being mustered by his quality sidemen. The rhythm section of Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Ernie Adams, Gumbi Ortiz and Anthony Jackson try hard to hold it all together, but SPLAT, here comes Al like a slap in the… Read Full Review
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