This virtuoso guitar duo has been transporting spellbound audiences in all their evocative performances since 1995. Inverse Universe was recently described by Latin Beat Magazine as ''New Millennium Brazilian Music. Brilliant.'' With a dazzling array of grooves created by Peixoto's beautifully crafted, multi-textured acoustic instrumental arrangements, the album perfectly captures the poetic communicative power of Villela's gorgeous voice. Recorded in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Rio, it features an
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Mahogany Rush was to Jimi Hendrix what jazz saxophonists Sonny Stitt and Ernie Henry were to Charlie Parker -- loving disciples, but not outright clones. Without question, Hendrix was a major influence on the hard rock power trio; you could hear it in leader Frank Marino's singing as well as his electric guitar playing. But ultimately, Mahogany Rush sounded like itself. One of the best studio albums that Mahogany recorded in the 1970s was Strange Universe, a hard rock/heavy metal classic that is as melodic
Dieter Bohlen and Thomas Anders stay true to their promise of being "back for good" with another volume in their long history together as a duo. The 12th album boasts 12 tracks appropriately and will no doubt please their legions of fans.
(3 albums on 2 CDs) This Hendrix-influenced power trio from Montreal was comprised of guitarist Frank Marino, bassist Paul Harwood and drummer Jim Ayoub. This CD features Child of the Novelty (1974), Maxoom (1972) and Strange Universe (1975).