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HI: This is just Acoustic Guitar music and sounds great.
Guitar Greats The Best of New Flamenco
2000 Baja/TSR records Inc. tel. # 1-818-702-9902
BAJA/TERA Records
 
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I am. A big fan (I'll mention again) of John Fahey.
 
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I just brought two acoustic Guitar music CDs today :



Latin American Guitar Music
Composer: Astor Piazzolla, Dilermando Reis, et al.
Performer: Ricardo Cobo
Label: Naxos -
Audio CD (November 18, 2003)
ASIN: B0000DJEM7

Album Description
This recording presents a selection of some of the least and the best known exponents of twentieth century Latin-American guitar repertoire, among them the internationally renowned Argentinian composer Máximo Diego Pujol, whose Elegy for the death of a tanguero is an elegant homage to his compatriot, the father of the classical tango, Astor Piazzolla. Leo Brouwer is found in unusually lyrical mood and two of Piazzolla’s most popular songs are heard in an arrangement by Colombian-born guitarist Ricardo Cobo.





Guitar Favorites: Norbert Kraft
Composer: Isaac Albeniz, Federico Moreno Torroba, et al.
Performer: Norbert Kraft
Label: Naxos - #553999
Audio CD (June 10, 1997)
ASIN: B0000014FY

On this CD:

1. Suite española No.1, for piano, Op. 47, B. 7 No.5, Asturias (Leyenda)
Composed by Isaac Albeniz
with Norbert Kraft

2. Mallorca, barcarola for piano in F sharp minor, Op. 202, B. 41
Composed by Isaac Albeniz
with Norbert Kraft

3. Suite española No.1, for piano, Op. 47, B. 7 No.3, Sevilla
Composed by Isaac Albeniz
with Norbert Kraft

4. Sonatina for guitar in A major Andante
Composed by Federico Moreno Torroba
with Norbert Kraft

5. Fandanguillo, for guitar, Op 36
Composed by Joaquin Turina
with Norbert Kraft

6. Soleares, for guitar
Composed by Joaquin Turina
with Norbert Kraft

7. Julia Florida for guitar
Composed by Agustin Barrios-Mangore
with Norbert Kraft

8. Mazurkas (3) for guitar, Nos 1-3, complete Mazurka in G
Composed by Francisco Tarrega
with Norbert Kraft

9. Marieta, mazurka for guitar
Composed by Francisco Tarrega
with Norbert Kraft

10. Recuerdos de la Alhambra, for guitar
Composed by Francisco Tarrega
with Norbert Kraft

11. Rosita, polka for guitar
Composed by Francisco Tarrega
with Norbert Kraft

12. Grand sonata for guitar & violin in A major, Op 35/MS 3 Romanze
Composed by Niccolo Paganini
with Norbert Kraft

13. Andaluza (Playera) (No.5 of "Spanish Dances (12)"), various guitar & other non-piano arrangements
Composed by Enrique Granados
with Norbert Kraft

14. El Somberero de Tres Picos, suite from the ballet, for piano
Composed by Manuel de Falla
with Norbert Kraft

15. Prelúdios (5), for guitar, A. 419 No. 1
Composed by Heitor Villa-Lobos
with Norbert Kraft

16. Prelúdios (5), for guitar, A. 419 No. 2
Composed by Heitor Villa-Lobos
with Norbert Kraft

17. Estudio, for guitar No. 11 in E Minor, A. 235/11
Composed by Heitor Villa-Lobos
with Norbert Kraft

18. Estudio, for guitar No. 12 in A Minor, A. 235/12
Composed by Heitor Villa-Lobos
with Norbert Kraft

19. Cavatina
Composed by Stanley Myers
with Norbert Kraft


I got them for $3.99 each
 
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Spanish guitar, with a fun modern twist. I love listening to this album as I drift off to sleep.
 
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Man, if you like acoustic guitar work, check out these Acoustic Alchemy CDs:

Back on the Case
The Beautiful Game
and Positive Thinking


I have a bunch more of their albums, but these threea re my favorites. Back on the Case is WAY ahead sound wise to my ears, and the gap from first to second in this order is quite large.
 
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HI: Great stuff there. I am awed at how superbly this Guitar playing is and how great it sounds. Anything that takes me from listening to Pink Floyd has to be great. LOL.
 
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two words :

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I enjoy Clapton's Unplugged album.
 
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Forgot to add Crosby,Stills,Nash-especially the Steve Stills solo stuff
 
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al di meola
paco
john mclaughlin,

you know what i'm talkin about

live in sanfran!

KR...
how'd you get those recordings so cheap!?
 
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Quote:

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I enjoy Clapton's Unplugged album.


I guess I would have to add Neil Young's Unplugged also. I never liked his music that much, but this album was over the top good.
 
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Richard Thompson's playing is really interesting.
Some of his albums are all accoustic and some a mixture of accoustic and electric. Nearly all good though.

Try "You? Me? Us?" two CDs one "nude" and one "voltage enhanced"

His web site is here and has a full discography going back to the sixties and some samples to download.


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Quote:

Originally posted by ServinginEcuador
I guess I would have to add Neil Young's Unplugged also. I never liked his music that much, but this album was over the top good.



I'll have to check that out.
 
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