Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Electric Rendezvous – Al Di Meola on AllMusic – – Al di Meola’s fifth of seven fusion . Electric Rendezvous is a music studio album recording by AL DI MEOLA (Jazz Rock/Fusion/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette. Actually the early 80’s seemed to be a continuation of a very successful creative, critically and commercially successful run for Al DiMeola. His first album of the.
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And some acoustic Latin melodies with pop elements. Fantastic album due the ensemble, for me this is the best band that Al DiMeola rencezvous worked with.
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Other sites in the MAC network: This has always been one of my favorite Al Di Meola albums. The second side is certainly a letdown compared to what came before. This time, the duet is between Al and Paco on their acoustic guitar and their sounds were recorded at different channels of your stereo set.
Ritmo De La Noche 4: The song turns complex and it finally returns to the intro part. Peace on earth and mercy mild – GW.
The rhythm section is so tight, it will make one cringe with delighted respect.
Side One – 5 Stars 1. Di Meola returns to eleectric smaller format. Participated musicians are still all stars incl. 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. Lewis on congas and Gadd on drums really bring back the Elegant Gypsy magic they once created I see this as a masterpiece just from the sheer luc Cruisin’ is a simple rocker, and Black Cat Shuffle is exactly as it sounds: Smooth and fast, like a torrential rainstorm of rensezvous.
This song is like a break as the composition seems very straightforward and accessible to different ears, I think. My reason is simple: Different styles all packed into one seamless parcel. As other reviewers have noted, these are the highlights, and they also constitute the A side. To end the side, we are treated to another di Meola and de Lucia duet, which they have absolutely mastered: Latest members reviews Di Meola returns to a smaller format.
Throw in the obligatory di Meola tango Ritmo de le Noche meooa 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.
Not all is of one mood though, and I am glad for that.
AL DI MEOLA — Electric Rendezvous (review)
Speaking of which, “Jewel Inside a Dream” puts this majestic performance to bed, a soothing lullaby that showcases DiMeola’s clear sense of sonic wizardry Oh yeah, love that cover art, suits the music inside to a Tee 5 gatos negros electricos social review comments Review Permalink Posted Tuesday, October 23, Rendezvohs this album Report Review You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing use forum credentials. The rest of the song contains great combination of acoustic guitar and keyboard.
Copyright Prog Archives, All rights reserved. It’s really an excellent music!
Electric Rendezvous compares favorably to many of his other albums, and also to some fusion giants Jeff Beck, most notably. Mingo Lewis is the only musician that stayed the same from the debut album. 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.
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By he’d been playing with mo The title track is even sprightlier, all kinds of frayed nerve endings in the fingers, if you see what I mean.
All the instruments are very well played, and even if this is guitar dominated music it has a full band sound and feeling much like his early albums.
This is my all-time favorite DiMeola composition, loved it to death for decades. The song’s beat is relatively stable with minimum tempo or style changes.
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The organ solo during interlude is really stunning. If you like di Meola’s earlier, hard-driving fusion work, you’ll love the first three songs. Things get even slightly dissonant for a while, swerving back into yet another mood once again, the guitar getting heavy and fiery. But only in part.
The song itself is rich in styles and tempo changes. It reminds me to the “Song of The Midnight Sun” from the debut album. Jewel Mfola A Dream 4: A faint serenity begins to grow in stature, very much like classic Ponty, evolving into a series of detours, veers and contrasts. 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.
I think Al wanted the percussion dominated song at the intro of his album to give another texture of Al’s music.