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World of Guitar Trio: Perfect Strangers

by Roman Miroshnichenko, José Antonio Rodríguez & Henrik Andersen

An excellent collaborative effort from three of the finest acoustic guitarists in Europe: Henrik Andersen (Denmark), Jose Antonio Rodriguez (Spain) and Roman Miroshnichenko (Russia). The guitar trio hypnotizes there audiances with there their fantastic instrumental skills, sending the listener off on a musical journey around the globe there rich knowledge of jazz, flamenco, Latin, Indian and Mediterranean rhythms leave you wanting more. Whole album and album’s song “Moon Over Tanjore" have won in two categories of 15th Annual The Independent Music Awards — The Best Instrumental Album and The Best World Traditional Song. Album’s song "Alien Dream" is a finalist of the UK Songwriting Contest 2016.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Conexion Manhattan
8:27 album only
2. El Sol En Los Ojos
7:22 album only
3. Forgotten Melody
6:30 album only
4. Por La Ribera Del Tiempo
8:17 album only
5. Moon Over Tanjore
7:41 album only
6. Alien's Dream
6:10 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Hénrik Andersen – acoustic steel-string guitar, left channel
José Antonio Rodríguez – acoustic nylon guitar, middle channel
Roman Miroshnichénko – acoustic nylon (1,2,3,4,6) and steel-string guitar (5), right channel

Tracks 1, 4 – composed and arranged by José Antonio Rodríguez
Tracks 2, 5 – composed and arranged by Henrik Andersen
Tracks 3, 6 – composed and arranged by Roman Miroshnichenko

Produced by Roman Miroshnichenko, José Antonio Rodríguez and Henrik Andersen
Mixed and mastered by Jordi Cristau at Groove Studio. Figueres, Spain.

Roman Miroshnichenko uses: Jerónimo Pérez custom made RM signature, Ovation Custom Legend 1669, Neumann KM184, D'Addario EJ16 and D'Addario EJ44C strings, Planet Waves cables, PickWorld custom imprinted "Roman Miroshnichenko extra heavy picks.

José Antonio Rodríguez uses: Guitars of Antonio Alvarez Bernal JAR model, D'Addario strings and tour material LETUSA.

Henrik Andersen uses: Linda Manzer guitar, strings from stringsite.com and Wegern guitar picks.

Cover artwork by: Henrik Andersen
Cover design by Olga Roschina

Special thanks to: Jerónimo Pérez, Antonio Alvarez Bernal, Linda Manzer, Ovation Guitars, D’Addario Strings&Planet Waves, Sennheiser/Neumann microphones, Roland/Boss, Letusa, Mario Olivares, Linda Manzer, Daniel Figueiredo, Oleg Akimov (who’s dream came true!), World Of Guitar festival, Eugene Gorin, Alex «Animal» Shemelev, Antonio Alvarez Bernal, Kimberly Bjorklund, to all our families for their love, patience and support as always!

© MMXV José Antonio Rodríguez, Henrik Andersen, Roman Miroshnichenko

Album reviews:

"...This is a pretty straightforward concept, similar to the Three Tenors. Take three virtuosos of the acoustic guitar and turn them loose on some long instrumental compositions. The one thing I wanted to hear was if three distinct guitarists playing together could have the clarity of a duo. But it appears that these three virtuosos go it alone on separate tracks. Basically, if you are a talented finger style guitarist, you already sound like two guitarists and when you play vibrant music, such as these players do, there is plenty going on. Thankfully, none of it is muddled, so instead of worrying about technicalities, it is easier to set back and let these guys work there fingers out with lightning moves and slower moves containing great expression. There are flamenco inspired bits along with a melodic folk approach that achieves quick and attractive long themes. It is all technically accomplished, but has a very direct approach that is not for the eclectic crowd. It is more for the many guitar aficionados..."

/David Hintz/

Album awards:

Whole album have won 15th Annual The Independent Music Awards — The Best Instrumental Album.

Track #5, "Moon Over Tanjore" - the Best World Traditional Song category winner in 15th Annual Independent Music Awards,

Track #6, "Alien's Dream"(dedicated to Steve Vai):
Best Instrumental Song category nominee in th Independent Music Awards, 15th Annual.
Finalist of the UK Songwriting Contest.
Semi-finalist of International Songwriting Competition 2015,"Instrumental" category.



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