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Al Di Meola, John McLaughlin and Paco Delucia - Friday Night in San Francisco (Piano-Guitar Series)
Al Di Meola, John McLaughlin and Paco DeLucia - Friday Night in San Francisco Artist Transcriptions This famous trio of acoustic guitarists is captured live in this matching folio to the Grammy Award-winning album from a live concert in San Francisco. The book contains full transcriptions of every tune including: - Short Tales of the Black Forest - Mediterranean Sundance/R ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published June 1st 1992 by Music Sales
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This book was great. One day i was practicing my guitar when i decided to look some tabs for some southern American music. After hours of searching i found a particular song called Tico Tico by Paco DeLucia. I looked the song up on youtube and heard Paco DeLucia perform the song in the 60's or 70's and i was fascinated by both the music and how Paco played it. Ever since i tried to find books about him and this is one of the books(that is not in portguese) that i found mentioning him and dedicat ...more
A book of transcriptions of the legendary album "Friday Night in San Francisco". It is great to be able to see all of the parts written out. For those looking for a technical challenge or an insight into the playing styles of each of the members, this book would be a welcome addition to their practice schedule. As an added bonus, try playing Paco De Lucia's parts fingerstyle - like he does! (It still amazes me that he can keep up with McLaughlin and Di Meola while playing without a pick)