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machopicasso

 

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RE: Antonio Rey new album " his... (in reply to Manitas de Lata

I'm not crazy about his latest album, but this is a great piece:

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RE: Antonio Rey new album " his... (in reply to machopicasso

Pretty sure this was from the concert I attended in San Francisco-about 40 people there. I sat in the front row ten feet from him. It was an incredible display of guitar playing at the highest level regardless of style.

No matter what people think of his latest record this guy is a flat out monster.

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ORIGINAL: machopicasso

I'm not crazy about his latest album, but this is a great piece:


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ernandez R

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RE: Antonio Rey new album " his... (in reply to machopicasso

Saw AR at the LA guitar show the other day, about row five, close enough to hear his foot tapping…
The guy is a beast!
One hour thirty minute set and f’ if it didn’t seem like fifteen :/

One ever so slightly so sour note and I just happened to be looking right at his face, in fact it might not have been obvious except for the twist in is facial expression. The man is human of course and his usual big smile when he is crushing it, you can tell the stoke he feels is amplified by the occasional jelos (spelling) and the applause between each song, he just kept turning it up one more notch.

Some acts just kill it on stage and find it a challenge to transfer that fire to media? I don’t have an answer, less of an opinion, but let me tell you I feel like a fool for not hitting record on my phone that night.

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machopicasso

 

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RE: Antonio Rey new album " his... (in reply to Mark2

quote:

No matter what people think of his latest record this guy is a flat out monster.


Totally agree. My complaint is that the album doesn't fully convey his monsterhood!
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