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The Luckiest Find Ever

While browsing the Jazz section, I happened upon Alex Machacek and I haven't regretted it in the least. The rifts that Alex puts on display defy imagination and soar in a class by themselves. In my opinion, this album is truly Alex's definitive work. If you are a fan of guitar jazz, you cannot afford to not have this album in your collection.

Love it.

This is a brilliant album,full of incredible improvisation.A must have for anyone who appreciates quality over commercial appeal.
Stunning recording to boot.


alex machacek sounds like a poor mans allan holdsworth i dont know what all the hipe is about with this kid. with that being said the cd is alright great rhythm section. if you like allan holdsworth check it out.


Born: 1972 in Tulln, Austria

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '00s

Jazz guitarist and composer Alex Machacek was born in Tulin, Austria, in 1972. He began studying classical guitar at the age of eight, eventually moving on to study jazz guitar at the Conservatory of Vienna, and also attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Machacek's biggest early influence was guitarist Joe Pass, and he was also drawn to the work of Allan Holdsworth and the compositional approach of Frank Zappa. Machacek released his first album, Featuring Ourselves, in 1999. That same...
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Improvision, Alex Machacek
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Jazz, Music, Rock
  • Released: Oct 24, 2007

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