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post #16 of 27

Art of Motion

 

go here to listen to clips.......

http://www.amazon.com/Art-Motion-Andy-McKee/dp/B000E5N0C6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1274489749&sr=1-1

post #17 of 27

Try Flamenco Passion  by Gino D' auri

post #18 of 27

Govi.

post #19 of 27

I like Indigo Blue by David Cullen

post #20 of 27

1) Manitas de Plata: [flamenco guitar]

 

        "Recital"  - Connoisseur Society CS 2006 [1968] (LP transcription)

 

         "Guitarra Flamenco"Vanguard VSD 79203 [1965] (LP transcription)

 

2) Keb Mo: [blues guitar]

         "Keb' Mo' "CD: OKeh EK 57863 [1994]

 

3) Julian Bream: [classical guitar]

      "Highlights from the Julian Bream Edition" CD: BMG/RCA Victor 61848 [1993]

post #21 of 27
Quote:
Originally Posted by ctemkin View Post

DiMeola, McLaughlin & DeLucia, Friday Night in San Francisco.


Yes, Yes, Yes!

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post #22 of 27

Pretty much anything here:  http://www.marecordings.com/main/default.php?cPath=29

 

In case this doesn't work, it's the M.A. Recordings catalog of guitar/lute music. 

post #23 of 27

How about:

 

Pierre Bensusan: Bamboule or Solilai

 

Leo Kottke: A Shout Towards Noon, My Father's Face, or One Guitar No Vocals (I prefer his music from after 1980)

 

Michael Hedges: Breakfast In the Fields (extremely well recorded)

 

Billy McLaughlin: Fingerdance

 

Adrian Legg: Guitars and Other Cathedrals

post #24 of 27

+1 one for Friday Night in San Francisco, DiMeola, McLaughlin & DeLucia.  Hands Down one of my favorite Albums of all time.

post #25 of 27

Quote:

Originally Posted by ms3902 View Post

Trace Bundy''s Adapt CD is amazing. What he can do with just a guitar is phenomenal.

Great suggestion.  Not only is he talented, his music style is like no other.  I'm really enjoying his music.
 


Edited by High_Q - 6/19/10 at 11:25pm
post #26 of 27
Be sure to pick up Leo Kottke's "6 and 12 String Guitar" on SACD. Itnis one of the true pleashres of audiophilia.
post #27 of 27

I would highly recommend Andy McKee's Rylynn.

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