Al Di Meola Elegant Gypsy
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Jethro42
March 18th 2013


12638 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

ocean gypsy

KjSwantko
March 18th 2013


9448 Comments


Seriously this mafuka can pley

pissbore
March 18th 2013


9934 Comments


elegant gypsy suite is angel of disease(1986 version)-tier

CaptainDooRight
March 18th 2013


30334 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Prog master tier

conesmoke
June 11th 2013


5290 Comments


spinning this for the first time. looks like i might be in for a treat. yay for me.

conesmoke
June 11th 2013


5290 Comments


haha that was awesome. Al's definitely the one on show but his band is incredible too.

Fozzie
April 13th 2014


352 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Solid fusion album, although I wouldn't say it's Al's best work.

Al di Meola is a technical wizard, but his playing isn't just wanking. Elegant Gypsy has great melodies, excellent bass, great keys, and incredible percussion with Latin rhythms that are a nice touch to the record.

Al's definitely one of the best pickers around. Just listen to his rapid-fire delivery on Race With Devil On Spanish Highway or his runs on Flight Over Rio. Just stellar...

The best composition on the album is Mediterranean Sundance which is a duet with the greatest flamenco guitarist of all time, Paco de Lucia (RIP). The guitar from both is stunning, with Al holding his own against the maestro. The guitar playing is technically impressive and the melodies are beautiful.

CaptainDooRight
April 13th 2014


30334 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

agreed

Friday13th
June 10th 2014


2785 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This is more delicious than a plate of paella

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mudloop
July 27th 2014


137 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Master Piece

Midnight Tango is like the best Song ever



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