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The pioneering nylon string guitar virtuosos present their 11th album, an up-close studio recording of the two guitarists graced by guest artists Dr. L. Subramaniam, the awe-inspiring master of South Indian classical violin, as well as Edwin Colon Zayas, Puerto Rico's great cuatro virtuoso, Liona Boyd, renowned classical guitarist, and Bijan Mortazevi, the very popular Persian violinist, plus their world-class ensemble which includes Charlie Bisharat, the gifted California violinist. The 10 compositions span the breadth of their backgrounds, from Afro-Caribbean amp; Spanish to Middle Eastern...it's the sound of pure mastery.
Over the last two decades, acoustic six-stringers Jorge Strunz and Ardeshir Farah have pushed the boundaries of Latin guitar fusion, from the subdued nocturnal improvisations of Misterio to the scorching fretboard displays of Primal Magic. The past few years have seen the group, and principal songwriter Strunz, mellow out a bit with age, but the results have still been gratifying. Fans of their up-tempo, early '90s efforts will be pleased to learn that "i"Stringweave picks up in the energy department while further integrating their Middle Eastern influences into the music. Many of the new songs are reminiscent of their magnificent 1982 debut "i"Mosaico, most notably on the animated "Gypsy in the Wood" and the hypnotic, pulsating "Shamsa." Both tracks spotlight awe-inspiring fingerwork and beguiling guitar/violin harmonies and tradeoffs.
As ever, the group's music combines the fire of flamenco with the free-flowing improvisation of jazz and striking Afro-Latin and Middle Eastern rhythms. This latest Samp;F disc also features renowned guest musicians including South Indian violinist L. Subramaniam, classical guitarist Liona Boyd, Puerto Rican cuatro player Edwin Colon Zayas, and Persian violinist Bijan Mortazavi. Rich with percussion and numerous fretted string instruments (hence the title), Stringweave is easily Strunz amp; Farah's best album since 1992's ground-breaking, Grammy-nominated Americas. --Bryan Reesman