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for EAC/APE version if interested.rnrnPug The SmokerrnrnrnCD: Al di Meola - John Mclaughlin - Paco deLucia - Friday Night In San Franciscorn John McLaughlin, Al Di Meola and Paco De Luciarn Warfield Theatre, San Francisco,December 5, 1980rn rn "Mediterranean Sundance" -- Al Di Meola and Paco De Lucia.rn "Short Tales of the Black Forest" -- John McLaughlin and Al Di Meola.rn "Frevo Rasgado" -- John McLaughlin and Paco De Lucia.rn "Fantasia Suite" -- the three ofthem.rn "Guardian Angel" -- the three of them. (recorded in White Plains, NY)rnrnrn01. Mediterranean Sundance / Rio Ancho [0:11:27.25]rn02. Short Tales Of The Black Forest [0:08:41.00]rn03. Frevo Rasgado [0:07:52.25]rn04. Fantasia Suite [0:08:42.37]rn05. Guardian Angel [0:04:00.63]rnrnThis live recording from 1980 matched fusion guitar heavyweights Al DiMeola and John McLaughlin with Spanish guitar whiz Paco DeLucia. rnThe result, a dazzling technical display, also earned jeers as the international summit of world-class finger-wigglers by critics rnwho felt it was long on chops and short on heart. John McLaughlin\'s importance to the development of the jazz fusion scene can\'t be rnoverestimated: as the guitarist on Miles Davis\'s seminal Bitches Brew and A Tribute to Jack Johnson, he was the first significant rnguitarist of the electric jazz era; on his own, he brought power rock, spiritualism, and lush orchestration to the scene via his rnMahavishnu Orchestra. DiMeola, the most commercially successful next-generation fusion guitarist, achieved stardom with rnChick Corea\'s group Return to Forever and on his own records. DeLucia, virtually unknown in the U.S., is a fine flamenco guitarist, rnand it is that orientation more than anything that colors Friday Night: even when playing straightforward non-flamenco compositions, rnthe phrasing and sensibility lurks behind every note. Still, the passion of the music is frequently marred by the participants\' rninability to play at anything but the most breakneck pace.