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Super Guitar Trio - Live at Montreux 1989 DVD
Review by Gary Hill
You wouldn’t know it from MSJ, but I’m a big Al Dimeola fan. The reason I say you wouldn’t know it is that this is the first opportunity I’ve had to cover Dimeola.
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Al Di Meola - Diabolic Inventions and Seduction for Solo Guitar, Vol. 1: Music of Astor Piazzolla
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In my opinion Al Di Meola is one of the greatest guitarists of all time. He may not have the name recognition of Carlos Santana or Eric Clapton, at least in terms of the general music audience, but he’s at least as good at his trade as either one of those guys.


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Al Di Meola - Electric Anthology
Review by Gary Hill

I’ve always been a big fan of the work of Al Di Meola. The man has a great skill at combining Latin sounds, rock and jazz into a powerful musical landscape.


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Return To Forever - Return to Forever Returns DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I have already reviewed the CD of this – so I won’t be looking at the music in this review – you can check out that review for a much more detailed accounting.
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Return To Forever - Returns
Review by Gary Hill
When you’ve got a bunch of musicians this talented, what can you really say?
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Al Di Meola - Speak A Volcano DVD
Review by Gary Hill
For my money Al Di Meola is one of a handful of real guitar masters in the world. He is a master of both the electric and acoustic guitar, although much of his more recent career has focused on the latter. Speak A Volcano presents a return to the electric venue and what a triumphant re-entry it is.


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