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Sacred Wonder - Tony MacAlpine - Maximum Security (CD, Album)

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  1. [F# Em Am C D E A G Bm B D#m F#m] Chords for Tony MacAlpine - Sacred Wonder with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin.
  2. With Maximum Security you get exactly what you expected - it's a style of metal used as a vehicle to showcase virtuoso guitar playing. For what it is, it's really good. Tony MacAlpine isn't quite as impressive as a Malmsteen or a Friedman, but he's pretty damn close. The neo-classical element is actually pretty good, better than most guitar driven albums as the music itself isn't lifeless and uninspired.
  3. Dec 28,  · Live In L.A." features guitarist Tony MacAlpine, bassist Kevin Chown and drummer Mike Terrana performing at the Musicians Institute in Hollywood, California. The concert was .
  4. Maximum Security is a neoclassical metal music album recording by TONY MACALPINE released in on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes TONY MACALPINE Maximum Security's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, buy online: ebay and amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by some experts, collaborators and members.
  5. On Maximum Security, Tony demonstrates a focused, melodic, soulful style of playing which is actually quite unique in the shred genre. Tony gives the guitar room to breathe, endowing almost every song on the album with a beautiful, songlike melody that he can modify and solo over as he pleases/5(75).
  6. The album's captivating neoclassical/fusion forays are filled with plenty of beautiful melodies and hair-raising solos; MacAlpine simply lights up the fretboard -- and the keyboard, for that matter. Opening with a stormy harpsichord motif, the album's leadoff track, "Autumn Lords /5(40).
  7. The album's captivating neoclassical/fusion forays are filled with plenty of beautiful melodies and hair-raising solos; MacAlpine simply lights up the fretboard -- and the keyboard, for that matter. Opening with a stormy harpsichord motif, the album's leadoff track, "Autumn Lords.
  8. 1st solo-George Lynch (8 bars) 2nd solo-Tony MacAlpine (8 bars) 3rd solo-George Lynch (4 bars) 4th solo-Tony MacAlpine (4 bars) - on track 6: 1st, 3rd and 5th solos-Jeff Watson (right channel) 2nd, 4th and 6th solos-Tony MacAlpine (left channel) Ending solo by MacAlpine & Watson - .

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