Richard Robeson | Moonlight Over the Maghrib

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Moonlight Over the Maghrib

by Richard Robeson

Jazz and blues guitar travel Southern Spain and North Africa.
Genre: World: World Fusion
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1. Sun On Sudden Snow (For Karen, For Billy)
7:09 album only
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2. Dj's Blues (For Debby)
3:37 $0.99
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3. Gitana (Feat. Billy Stewart, Classical Guitar)
3:44 album only
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4. Still Life, With Stemware (For Carol)
6:20 album only
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5. Othello
7:20 album only
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6. Moonlight Over the Maghrib (For Nancy)
6:46 $0.99
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7. Barcelona Azul (For Jane)
4:47 $0.99
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8. Radhika's Tune
5:29 album only
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9. Kohl (Feat. Billy Stewart, Classical Guitar)
5:08 $0.99
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10. South Gibraltar Tango
2:44 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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With descriptions from pre-release reviewers ranging from "haunting," "pensive," and "contemplative" to "effing awesome," 'moonlight over the maghrib' is guitar music in a rich mix of jazz, blues and world music influences. While the most obvious inspirations are supreme guitar masters Ralph Towner and John McLaughlin, there are strong references to Middle Eastern music, and perhaps its greatest crossover/fusion artist, Lebanese-Greman oud virtuoso Rabih Abou-Khalil.

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nking

really worth hearing
Awesome acoustic guitar. Robeson's compositions are both lyrical and intensely rhythmic, seamlessly blending jazz, blues, and non-Western classical influences. His playing is nuanced, with a very, very deep groove. This evocative album is way more than one cut above the usual.
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Debby

Enjoyed
Really enjoyed this cd. Great musician,songs,guitarist.
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