Di Meola’s idea of fusion starts off in the opening number as a slow, sluggish oriental-like melody, which develops to take on a rock rhythm. High-speed and lovingly detailed flamenco such as is found in “Splendido Sundance” alternates with subtle rhythms (“Two To Tango”) and good-humoured lighter numbers with an electronic undertone such as “Roller Jubilee” and a funky version of Bert Kaempfert’s “Spanish Eyes.” With this great mix, the musicians create a wonderful atmosphere in which every Latin aficionado will feel at home.
|1||Alien Chase on Arabian Desert|
|2||Silent Story in Her Eyes|
|4||Two to Tango|
|5||Al Di’s Dream Theme|
|6||Dinner Music of the Gods|
|8||I Can Tell|
|11||Bianca’s Midnight Lullaby|