John McLaughlin - Al Di Meola - Paco De Lucía ‎– Passion, Grace & Fire

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Philips ‎– 811 334-1
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A1 Aspan
Written-By – John McLaughlin
4:07
A2 Orient Blue
Written-By – Al Di Meola
7:04
A3 Chiquito
Written-By – Paco De Lucía
4:42
B1 Sichia
Written-By – Paco De Lucía
3:46
B2 David
Written-By – John McLaughlin
6:30
B3 Passion, Grace And Fire
Written-By – Al Di Meola
5:24

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John McLaughlin : Yamaha classical flamenco-type guitar, gut strung,
John plays on centre channel.

Al Di Meola : Ovation 6 string acoustic guitar, steel strung,
Al plays on left channel.

Paco De Lucía : Spanish flamenco guitar, built in Spain, gut strung,
Paco plays on right channel.

Recorded in London at Marcus Music UK, September/October 1982.
Additional recording and mixed at Eras Studios November/December 1982, and Wizard Recording Studio, Braircliff Manor, USA.
Mastered at Sterling sound.
This is a digital recording.

(p)&(c) Phonogram, The Netherlands.
Herausgeber Phonogram GmbH Hamburg.

Also available on Compact Disc Digital Audio 811 334-2.

On labels:
Made in West-Germany
℗ 1983 PHONOGRAM Int.

On back cover:
℗ 1983 Phonogram Int. B.V., The Netherlands
© 1983 Phonogram Int. B.V., The Netherlands
Printed in West Germany

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): AA 811 334-1.1Y
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): AA 811 334-1.2Y
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, Stamped): 811 334-1 1Y 320 D
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, Stamped): 811 334-1 2Y 320 1 P
  • Label Code: LC 0305
  • Rights Society: GEMA

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July 5, 2016
To hear the best three acoustic guitarrist of the world is one listening experience worth having. I think DeLucia, DiMeola & McLaughlin deserves the same credit on this masterpiece. Orient Suite, gives a highlight to this CD, but Chiquito and Sichia are true flamenco jewels (you have to listen to the two of them together), and Passion, Grace & Fire, gets an standing ovation, althought I prefer the 1978's Electric Rendevous version with just Paco de Lucia.