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let me guess: a soundtrack from a dubbed movie from the 1960s?
This is the kind of music they put on a wedding while the room is filling up with guests. Yuck.
This is one of those CD's that I pull out just about every time company comes over and I need great dinner music. And yes, the women love it but so do I!
Brings to mind the time the entire Frasier group went on a cruise. The hired entertainment (along with Frasier) included a velvety flamenco dancer with a penchant for plying the ladies with roses. Eventurally he gave Maris a red rose to signify that she was his "Ess-pesh-ial Lady". Niles, Frasier, Ros and Martin end up spying from Maris' bathroom. "Eouuuu..." Flamenco dancing and music usually does not fare too well on the telly, but I like this guitar work, albeit with the weird accompaniment.
good guitar. lackluster surrounding arrangements. kind of like casio keyboard "auto accompanyment" without the drum machine playing along as well
Yep, bonita guitarra :guitarist:
And tonight it's international night on the main channel (last night on the LRC).
I hate this modern flamenco. In general, i hate flamenco, although I'm spanish...
zeus wrote:
Armik is an amazing guitar player. One of the few people who can show amazing guitar play can still sound good unlike Yngwie Malmsteen and that creed...
Right. Someone can have all the technique in the world, but if he/she lacks the right ideas or feeling, it's pretty useless just the same, as far as I'm concerned.
This would have been *so* much better w/o the cheezy keyboard strings. Ah well.
This is REALLY beautiful! Thanks RP!! :clap:
If men would only realize how much this turns women on, all of radio would sound a lot like this.
Armik is an amazing guitar player. One of the few people who can show amazing guitar play can still sound good unlike Yngwie Malmsteen and that creed...
Eclectic radio, indeed! God bless RP!!
MrSpaz wrote:
Since no one else took care of this... You uncultured philistine!
Otmar Liebert on weed.
drover wrote:
BOOORRRRRIINNNGGGGG.... ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzz.... *braces himself for accusations of being an uncultured phillistine*
Since no one else took care of this... You uncultured philistine!
moon_shadow wrote:
:mrgreen: Makes me want to put a rose in my mouth and have teeth clentch. Love flamenco style guitar.
LOL, Me 2!
cajun_fried wrote:
reminds me of Al Di Miola (too tired to look up spelling). But he had precision maybe more of a fusion flavor
I just looked up if RP has "Friday Night in San Francisco". They have! But they never played it! Let's try to get Bills attention on that! (It's "Meola" btw)
Amitabh bachhan kind ....like it
:mrgreen: Makes me want to put a rose in my mouth and have teeth clentch. Love flamenco style guitar.
I emailed this man and told him how much I love his music. He responded with a personal note encouraging me to continue playing my guitar. What a wonderful experience that was.
reminds me of Al Di Miola (too tired to look up spelling). But he had precision maybe more of a fusion flavor
nice work....I like it. I'm a sucker for good guitar playing...even if it is(gasp) contry/western(I saw Roy Clark break a string playing The Orange Blossom Special and just change octaves, he never missed a beat and it sounded just as good). Not the strumming that most of the people tend to do, but real playing.
I kept waiting for the intro to end, but it never did. Dull.
Originally Posted by drover: *braces himself for accusations of being an uncultured phillistine*
Hope you're well braced ... :D Also check out Antonio Forcione and Radio Tarifa for more in the same vein...
BOOORRRRRIINNNGGGGG.... ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzz.... *braces himself for accusations of being an uncultured phillistine*
Gorgeous flamenco style guitar accompanied by an orchestra and drums and electric guitar. Very nice piece.