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and great compositions to be found all over the album
on October 4, 2014
More "refined" and less hectic then most of Di Meola's early classic works (such as Elegant Gypsy), yet you can still here all the musical complexity. This is the more "mature" or you might say focused style of recent Di Meola, but with some fire from his earlier days mixed in, and great compositions to be found all over the album. It's a little "easier" to listen to, in that the complexities come across a bit more subtle then his early works, but still quite fulfilling musically as a jazz album. I would say it's the best of Di Meola's newer works.
The recording quality is great too, by the way. No complaints, very natural yet full sounding album.