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Album Review

It's hard to imagine that Italian acoustic guitarist Peppino D'Agostino is a self-taught musician. Especially since he covers such a wide gamut of genres amid his nimble plucking, articulate voicings, and, at times, dazzling technical veracity. In the liners, the guitarist states that this production features a collection of solos that he composed over a 35-year span. D'Agostino excels when merging disparate, ethnocentric musings into a framework consisting of cleverly devised hooks and melodies. He incorporates folksy musings with flamenco, jazz, and more. A slick picker who can turn in the sweetest ballad, D'Agostino occasionally injects ringing harmonics and understated motifs into his repertoire. He also executes lightning-fast single-note lines while conjuring up scenarios that spark notions of wide-open vistas. Simply put, D'Agostino is a master artisan who possesses superior technical gifts. However, it's not all about flash and bravado, partly due to the guitarist's predilection for infusing memorably melodic themes into his repertoire.

Biography

Genre: New Age

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

Self-taught musician Peppino D'Agostino was born in Italy in the mid-'50s. After seeing his cousin play the guitar, he became obsessed and convinced his mother to buy him a cheap guitar. After only a few lessons, D'Agostino decided that he could teach himself and began learning Italian pop and flamenco songs. By the age of 18, he was reading music and composing solo material. His first album, Bluerba, was released in Italy in 1981 and he soon became known for his incredible technical skill. After...
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