Cesar | Rhythm of Fire

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Rhythm of Fire

by Cesar

Guitar virtuoso with a Latin touch, hot, smooth, relaxing, on fire, it has everything- amazing.
Genre: World: Flamenco
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Acoustic waves
Cesar Maroll
3:09 $0.69
2. Spanish eyes
Cesar Maroll
0:50 $0.69
3. Bravado
Cesar Maroll
3:00 $0.69
4. Rhythm of Fire
Cesar Maroll
4:13 $0.69
5. String of moments
Cesar Maroll
6:01 $0.69
6. My gypsy heart
Cesar Maroll
5:17 $0.69
7. Wings of freedom
Cesar Maroll
2:51 $0.69
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Album Notes
See other Cesar album "Worlds of Change."
Cesar has lived his entire life as a natural talent of the guitar. Covered by CNN, Fox News, Entertainment Weekly, Music Connection, MTV, and many more.

From his hardships to his heart, his whole world is shaped in the form of a guitar.

It is amazing to me, knowing how cut-throat and competitive the music business is; how he manages to slip through the cracks and thereby became a masterful musician.

He got his big professional break at 19 through the help of the unforgettable giant: Astor Piazzolla, the father of contemporary tango and classical music.

We were performing together at the Opera Theater in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It was at the time that Astor listened to Cesar's demo tape and decided to give him a hand with his career.

Since then, Cesar has played around the world.

Perhaps the most incredible story I know of Cesar and his devotion to the guitar was when he first left Argentina and went to Spain with only eight dollars in his pocket, his plane ticket and, of course, his guitars.

He was hoping to play with flamenco master guitarist Paco de Lucia, who met him a few months earlier and who told him that if he ever made it to Europe, to contact him.

Well, after Cesar arrived in Madrid Airport with little more than his dreams, Immigration promptly decided to deport him.

He was in a cell for six hours waiting for them to put him back on a plane, when he managed to escape long enough to run to a pay phone and call Paco.

As fate would have it, Paco answered the phone.

Paco immediately went to the airport where he talked the custom agents into letting Cesar into the country.

Since then, Cesar has performed all through Europe as a solo artist.

He also performed with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Frank Sinatra, opened for Al Dimeola, recorded with producer Bebu Silvetti(Luis Miguel, Placido Domingo), Dominik Camardella (Santana, Ottmart Liebert) under the management of Alex Zara and Hollywood legend Xavier Cugat.

Currently he resides in Los Angeles where he has finished recording his second cd with his manager Steven Dunning of DMG- Darque Management Group. Together they support "The Greater Good Award" (www.TheGreaterGoodAward.com). This album entitled "Worlds of Change" is destined to make Cesar the next modern Santana. From pop beats to ripping guitar work, the rhythmic melodies will carry the best dances to the softest love ballads. "Get Up and Dance" is the first single to be released to be followed by the instant hit "Soldier of Glory." And has toured in the Middle East and Iraq volunteering to play for our troops with the USO and Armed Forces Entertainment.

So now comes the uncontrollable part.

The time that you, the listener, decide if the few dollars that you invested was a worthwhile investment. I am sure it will be a very happy ending.

Cesar has always had his own spirit and his own unique style, you will love it!

His emotion combined with his unbelievable speed and clear technique gives the music an accomplished mainstream upbeat pop sound without losing meaningful soul or its Latin roots.

Go with God Cesar, I wish you always the best.


-Horacio Malvicino Producer/guitarist who worked with Yo-Yo Ma, London Philharmonic, Astor Piazzolla and many other important artists.

Steven Dunning
DMG- Darque Management Group



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this guy is the next santana!
this cd shows what a truly passionate player can bring to life. you can escape into the songs and just float to another time and place, that's great music. i heard he is releasing a mainstream english language album on cristina soon, his stuff is not latin market, unless you think santana and aguilera are just latin audience. i read smashmouth and nelly will guest on it too, can't wait for the new stuff cesar!


it is great!
he can play man, great style ad technique but the passion plays through too, when is his next one coming out?

richard stahl

this guy is good
to the reviewer mahmud, if you know dimeloa then you must have been at the show in san diego where i watched this guy open for dimeola. if u were there you heard the crowd love this guy and no i don't know cesar or dimeola, just a devoted guitar fan.


I truly love his music..!
I like all kind of music. hip pop, latin, pop, rock...but this particular CD, Rhythm of fire, touched my heart.