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Alex Wilson Trio: Alex Wilson Trio

Read "Alex Wilson Trio" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Combining live and studio recordings, original and classic tunes, up-tempo grooves and reflective ballads, the Alex Wilson Trio is a punchy, energetic, album. This is the ninth album from Wilson, but it's his first with a piano trio lineup. Wilson has released all of these albums on his own label, fitting in other projects such as ...

SOJA Adds More Tour Dates

SOJA Adds More Tour Dates

2012 has been a breakthrough year for the DC-based band SOJA. Their latest album Strength To Survive (out now on ATO Records – home to Alabama Shakes, Rodrigo y Gabriela, and 311) landed in the Billboard 200’s top 40. The album has impressively sold over 30,000 copies in less than two months and they recently made ...

NEWS: INTERVIEW

A Chat with Rodrigo Y Gabriela

A Chat with Rodrigo Y Gabriela

By Dennis Cook Reinvention is a tricky business. Veer too far from the known and one loses existing fans, stick too close to well trod paths and risk being predictable and safe. Rodrigo y Gabriela have gone their own way since they emerged with a bang in the early 2000s as a hypnotizing duo that mingled ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Rodrigo Sanchez and Gabriela Quintero - Rodrigo Y Gabriela (2007)

Rodrigo Sanchez and Gabriela Quintero - Rodrigo Y Gabriela (2007)

There was a time when I was pretty consumed with, and you could make an argument that it could be considered “obsessed with," Robert Fripp's Guitar Craft legion—the California Guitar Trio, the League of Crafty Guitarists, and various smaller splinter groups. There was something about the shared skills of the many guitarists balancing complex pieces of ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Rodrigo y Gabriela at Denver's Buell Theater

Read "Rodrigo y Gabriela at Denver's Buell Theater" reviewed by Geoff Anderson

Rodrigo y GabrielaBuell Theater Denver, CO September 19, 2009 Who knew you could wring so much out of a couple acoustic guitars? At the Buell Theater, Rodrigo Sanchez and Gabriela Quinetro attacked their instruments in a manner that had the audience wondering whether the delicate wood would survive, or at ...

Live In Japan

Label: Capella
Released: 2008

Rodrigo y Gabriela

Label: Rubyworks
Released: 2007
Track listing: Tamacun; Diablo Rojo; Vikingman; Satori; Ixtapa; Stairway To Heaven; Orion; Juan Loco; PPA.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Rodrigo y Gabriela: Rodrigo y Gabriela

Read "Rodrigo y Gabriela" reviewed by Chris May

Forget every other acoustic guitar duo you've ever heard. Mexico's Rodrigo Sanchez and Gabriela Quintero up the ante with an album that owes as much to Metallica as it does to Paco De Lucia and Al Di Meola. It's a hard-driving, high decibel, rutting and strutting cathartic melange of metal, jazz, Mexican, Spanish and Gypsy musics. ...

Rodrigo Y Gabriela

Label:
Released: 2006
Track listing: 01.Tamacun; 02. Diablo Rojo; 03. Vikingman; 04. Satori; 05. Ixtapa; 06. Starirway To Heaven; 07. Orion; 08. Juan Loco; 09. Ppa.


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