Sharon Isbin, Stanley Jordan & Romero Lubambo

I don’t know what to make of this! It’s certainly interesting but cluttered sounding. Not a bad cluttered, but just intensely crowded. Neat though and the interaction between them is great. Via Sharon Isbin’s YouTube:

Sharon Isbin, Stanley Jordan & Romero Lubambo perform live on Detroit television during their 18-city 2014 Guitar Passions tour. Their performances combine jazz, classical, rock and Brazilian styles in a unique fusion of genres. Guitar World magazine wrote: “These three amazing instrumentalists were meant to play together. The chemistry between them is so genuine … like a love triangle of soul mates who finish each other’s sentences.”

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  1. Love all of these guitarists, but this was too painful to listen to. Especially with the Valse arrangement, Jordans playing did not mesh well . Very grating to my ears.

  2. Strict classical guitarists or listeners have “classical ears” which have their boundaries. Listening to more samba, chorinho, maxixe, bossa, a few jazz genres and of course m√ļsica flamenca can only help broaden the hearing sensibilities… though many might declare the influence corrupting. jejeje These guys are great together but each to his own ears. I like their “mesh”. ūüôā Love √©m one on one and all together. SJ maybe could have backed off his amp a tad but this was a YouTube posting and the live sound setup may have been perfect.

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