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Best of the Acoustic Side

Frank Gambale

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Part of a three album retrospective, The Best of Frank Gambale: Acoustic Side collects a nice cross-section of guitarist Gambale's acoustic jazz and instrumental rock over a 20-year period starting in the late '80s. Gambale has always been a master technician on the fret-board, easily crossing between smooth jazz, instrumental pop, contemporary folk and metal-tinged rock. Here we find him delving into the lighter, more jazz and soft pop side of his playing with the confidence that comes from being a virtuoso. For fans of highly technical, superbly crafted instrumental music that mixes pop and jazz sounds, Acoustic Side will have much to offer and is a solid introduction to Gambale's work.

Biography

Born: 22 December 1958 in Canberra, Australia

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Frank Gambale is best-known for his fiery work with Chick Corea's Elektric Band. He was a student at the Guitar Institute of Technology while in his early twenties, wrote instructional books, and during 1983-1986, was on the school's faculty. He joined Corea in 1986, has also performed with Steve Smith's Vital Information, and has been a leader on his own rock-oriented dates for JVC. A collaboration with bassist Stu Hamm and drummer Steve...
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