|Studio album by|
|Genre||Jazz, jazz fusion|
|Producer||Al Di Meola|
|Al Di Meola chronology|
Tirami Su is an album by jazz guitarist Al Di Meola that was released in 1987.
All songs by Al Di Meola except where noted
|1987||Billboard Top Contemporary Jazz Albums||14|
Albert Laurence Di Meola is an American guitarist. Known for his works in jazz fusion and world music, he began his career as a guitarist of the group Return to Forever in 1974. Between the 1970s and 1980s, albums such as Elegant Gypsy and Friday Night in San Francisco earned him both critical and commercial success.
Elegant Gypsy is the second album by American jazz fusion guitarist Al Di Meola. It was released in 1977 by Columbia Records.
World Sinfonia is an album by jazz fusion guitarist Al Di Meola that was released in 1991.
Tour de Force — Live is a live album by jazz guitarist Al Di Meola that was released in 1982 and recorded on February 4, 1982 at Tower Theatre in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Additional keyboards and percussion were overdubbed in the studio.
Land of the Midnight Sun is the debut album by jazz fusion guitarist Al Di Meola, released in 1976.
Splendido Hotel is an album by jazz guitarist Al Di Meola that was released in 1980.
The Guitar Trio is a reunion album by Al Di Meola, Paco de Lucía and John McLaughlin, released in 1996 after 13 years without playing together. This 1996 effort has three originals apiece from McLaughlin and Di Meola, two by de Lucía and a McLaughlin-Di Meola duet on "Manhã de Carnaval".
Electric Rendezvous is an album by jazz guitarist Al Di Meola that was released in 1982. It includes flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucía who recorded Friday Night in San Francisco with Di Meola.
Di Meola Plays Piazzolla is an album by Al Di Meola which is a tribute to Argentinian composer Ástor Piazzolla. Eight of the ten songs were written by Piazzolla. Di Meola is accompanied by percussionist Arto Tuncboyacian and Dino Saluzzi, who plays bandoneon. Vince Mendoza provided some of the string arrangements.
The Rite of Strings is a collaborative album by virtuosi Al Di Meola, Stanley Clarke and Jean-Luc Ponty, recorded after their world tour in 1995. The album was recorded at Studio 56, Hollywood.
Kiss My Axe is an album by jazz guitarist Al Di Meola that was released in 1991.
Consequence of Chaos is an album by Italian-American jazz fusion and Latin jazz guitarist Al Di Meola, released in 2006. The album features guest appearances by Chick Corea, Steve Gadd, John Patitucci and Barry Miles.
Soaring Through a Dream is an album by jazz guitarist Al Di Meola that was released in 1985.
World Sinfonía III – The Grande Passion is an album by jazz guitarist Al Di Meola that was released in 2000.
Go is the first album by the rock supergroup Go. It was released in 1976 on Island Records.
Go Live from Paris is the second album by Go, recorded live in Paris at the Palais des Sports on 12 June 1976.
Go Too (1977) is Go's third album. Go was founded by Stomu Yamashta, Steve Winwood and Michael Shrieve. For this album, Jess Roden replaced Steve Winwood. The style of the music became modified accordingly. In addition, Linda Lewis was hired as a singer. Together with Paul Jackson, Jr. and the orchestra of Martyn Ford the album unified various soundscapes.
Flesh on Flesh is a 2002 album by Italian-American jazz fusion and Latin jazz guitarist Al Di Meola. The album contains new compositions and reworkings of older ones as well.
Orange and Blue is an album by jazz guitarist Al Di Meola that was released in 1994.
The Infinite Desire is an album by jazz guitarist Al Di Meola that was released in 1998. Pianist Herbie Hancock plays acoustic piano on one pice, guitarist Steve Vai also plays electric guitar on another. Other guests include Pino Daniele on vocals, Mario Parmisano on keyboards, piano and strings and Rachel Z also on keyboards.