Colianni pulls off the unusual feat of creating true big band jazz that doesn't sound like a history lesson. This is music that captures the timeless essence of big band jazz - solid blues feeling, great musicianship, and ferocious swing - in new compositions and arrangements that extend a great musical tradition rather than imitate it. - BroadwayWorld
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Our legendary guitar solo of the day is the solo performed in "TEARS OF SAHARA" by the legendary guitarist Mr. TONY MCALPINE. "Tears of Sahara" is a song by Tony MacAlpine. It is track #3 from the album Maximum Security that was released in 1987. The duration of this song is 03:46. The album is MacAlpine's only release to enter the U.S. Billboard 200. The album's captivating neoclassical/fusion forays are filled with plenty of beautiful melodies and hair-raising solos; MacAlpine simply lights up the fretboard—and the keyboard, for that matter. ... The variety of textures on this album—not to mention a wealth of beautiful melodies such as Autumn Lords", "Hundreds of Thousands", "Tears of Sahara" and "Porcelain Doll" as highlights. George Lynch played second harmonic solo on "Tears of Sahara". The name Tony MacAlpine is synonymous with modern musical virtuosity. Whether performing as a solo artist, band member, session player, touring hired-gun, or as a producer, Tony MacAlpine continues to prove that he truly is one of rock’s most amazing and versatile musicians. He incorporates classical, jazz and fusion influences into the hard rock/metal genre on both guitar and keyboards. He became a leader in the neoclassical guitar virtuoso movement of the mid to late 80s. His debut album Edge Of Insanity (1986) and sophomore release Maximum Security (1987) are cited by countless guitarists as major influences.
Tony MacAlpine is known for the variety of his fusion techniques. He possesses this magical tendency to play complex shreds and pulls. One of his most famous techniques is the eccentric modification of sweep picking into sweep tapping, which he manages to pull through a perfect blend of his skills. #tonymacalpine#georgelynch#tearsofsahara#guitarist#maximumsecurity#neoclassicalmetal#instrumentalrock#billysheehan#guitars#dereksherinian#planetx#ringoffire#stevevai#progressivemetal#heavymetal#hardrock#jazzfusion#metalguitarist#metalgods#metalhero#metalguitar#ibanezguitars#guitarshredder#geartalk#guitarshred#g