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MP3 The Barbary Coast Guitar Duo - Suites for 2 Guitars
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Heartstopping guitar duo re-interpretation of Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles and the Police, as if they lived as the great masters hundreds of years ago.
Käufer, die sich für (The Beatles Led Zeppelin The Police Jimi Hendrix) interessieren sollten sich dieses Album anhören.
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"What a great concept for a record. Kudos to you for such an imaginative & original approach to a guitar duo. The playing here is superb. I'm also quite impressed by the splendid arrangement of the classic Police song 'Tea in the Sahara'. This version has its own unique character and identity and could appeal even to listeners who aren't familiar with the original song.
Keep up the good work & all the best to you."
-TAXI New Artist Review
In their previous lives, Sir Paul was Scarlatti, Lennon J.S. Bach, Sting Schubert and Hendrix Bartok. So we postulate.
Contrary to popular notion, the cleverness of today's rock & roll composers is not the result of some substance-induced state but rather the reincarnation of the greatest composers in music history. It was their inner Stravinksy pounding away.
The Liverpool lads' strict observance of 17th century counterpoint? Uncanny. Their effective use of voice leading and text painting? Master-like. Sting's gift for naturally flowing melodies are straight out of a Schubert lieder. And what to make of Hendrix's liberal use of ancient scales like pentatonic and mixolydian? You can't convince us that was independently arrived at by a man from the 20th century.
After intense musicological research, we conclude that they are one and the same. Still don't believe us? We dare you to listen and prove us wrong!
--from liner notes
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