God-Bird-Change 2. Electric Rendezvous 3. Passion, Grace And Fire 4. Cruisin' 5. Black Cat Shuffle 6.
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Superb sound quality and top notch recording. The sound quality is excellent not to mention the recording itself. I do remember purchasing this album around LonnieWild November 3, Report. This is Prog-Metal meets 8-bit video game music not that there's anything wrong with that. Add all to Wantlist Remove all from Wantlist. Have: Want: Avg Rating: 3. Vinyl LP by railrunner. DIDP 10xxx Europe by earshot.
Mundo de los gatos by senorbambu. Vinyl by DivineNotHuman. Covers: Animals Playing Instruments by soulchap. Time Machine by earshot. First-generation CD's by earshot. My most favourite releases of the s by Xe4ro. Feline Covers Animals by gatogato. God Bird Change. Electric Rendezvous. Black Cat Shuffle. Ritmo De La Noche. Jewel Inside A Dream.
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Al Di Meola – Electric Rendezvous
The last of the fusion albums with his original lineup and featuring the usual fireworks. The first side of Electric Rendezvous sums up neatly the appeal of any and every Al Di Meola disc to date: you get nuclear fusion, prog and classical beauty all done al dente by an all-star group of musicians. Not everyone, I realize, needs to own five fusion albums by Al Di Meola. There are bills to pay, unscrupulous corporations to invest in, expensive penis-enhancing cars to buy, and so on. On the very good chance that you enjoyed his earlier forays into fusion, however, I would tell you that a copy of Electric Rendezvous is money well-spent.
[Review] Al Di Meola: Electric Rendezvous (1982)