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But only in part. In fact album sounds more as collection of few different styles. The first part goes: Electric Rendezvous compares favorably to many of his other albums, and also to some fusion giants Jeff Beck, most notably. Bm A D Em hold for two measures A Bm A Bm held for two measures during the turnaround In the end it turned out to be a pretty simple, spanish style tune.

Chords for Al Di Meola Ritmo De La

As other reviewers have noted, these are the highlights, and they also constitute the A side. I certainly enjoy both, but probably lean more toward his earlier period. It’s right up there with di Meola’s best, and di Meola plays a bit heavier than I’m used to being in the 80s helped with this aspect I assume.


I think Al wanted the percussion dominated song at the intro of his album to give another texture of Al’s music. A faint serenity begins to grow in stature, very much like classic Ponty, evolving into a series of detours, veers and contrasts.

Not all is of one mood though, and I am glad for that.

Al Di Meola – Ritmo De La Noche – guitar backing track

The music produced is so relaxing with relatively simple arrangement. I see this as a masterpiece just from the sheer luc I made my comment based on what I was hearing and what you where describing.

This is my all-time favorite DiMeola composition, loved it to death for decades. List the progression by measure.

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Lewis on congas and Gadd on drums really bring back the Elegant Gypsy magic they once created The interlude part with percussion work is really interesting. It’s really an excellent music!

Throw in the obligatory di Meola tango Ritmo de le Noche and 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.

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God-Bird-Change – Mingo Lewis composition – fiery guitar 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, Review this album Report Review I can play a natural minor on it, but there is this halfstep change in the last part of the progression.


Di Meola returns to a smaller format. If you like di Meola’s earlier, hard-driving fusion work, you’ll love the first three songs. It feels like his heart is once again in it. The organ solo during interlude is really stunning.

I just listened to it on youtube.

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Results cached 12h Items ordered by ending time Showing all 61 items. Things get even slightly dissonant for a while, swerving back into yet another mood once ritml, the guitar getting heavy and fiery.

Even Anthony Jackson plays the game with style and velocity. I am pretty sure when Emola 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. The album kicks-off with a hard driving rhythm section, mainly dominated by percussion work, “God-Bird-Change” 3: This has always been one of my favorite Al Di Meola albums.