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Blue Maserati - Tony MacAlpine - Tony MacAlpine (CD, Album)

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  1. Vishakar says:
    Artist: Tony MacAlpine Album: Death of Roses Country: USA Genre: Instrumental Rock / Progressive Metal Quality: Mp3, CBR kbps (Cd-Rip) | FLAC (tracks+.cue+log) + Scans Tracklist: Chrome Castles Electric Illusionist Synthetic Serenity Death of Roses Axiomatic Jewels Entropy Shundor Prithibi + HQ.
  2. Samuzshura says:
    ‎Progressive metal guitar virtuoso Tony MacAlpine began his musical education as a classically-trained pianist and violinist; his subsequent rock recordings retained a pronounced classical influence, incorporating elements of jazz and fusion as well. He debuted in with the instrumental Edge of I. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  3. Gatilar says:
    Tony MacAlpine. Yep, the behemoth guitarist Tony MacAlpine is belting out his tenth solo album entitled Tony MacAlpine which is due out June 21st. Here MacAlpine steps forward to show the world what an eight-string guitar is for and naturally plays all those glorious keyboard pieces as well as bass (for the most part) and a bit of drum programming.
  4. Nikok says:
    TONY MACALPINE is an American virtuoso guitarist and keyboardist. Before he began to play guitar, TONY MACALPINE had formal music training in playing classical violin and piano. He cites Romantic era composer and piano virtuoso Chopin as one of his biggest influences and as a tribute TONY MACALPINE played his own interpretations of Chopin.
  5. Gocage says:
    Album Review. Tony MacAlpine’s self-titled tenth solo album is his first such effort in a decade, that is, since ’s Chromaticity. Of course, he’s hardly been idle in that period, playing and recording with the power trio CAB and playing in Steve Vai’s touring band, among other activities.
  6. Kiganos says:
    The virtuosity of Tony Macalpine is back on show for his long-awaited new self titled solo album. After a number of years playing in various groups including Planet X, CAB, Seven The Hard Way, and Steve Vai, T-Mac has again unleashed his ferocious playing for all us guitar heads to enjoy/5(50).
  7. Zolojar says:
    About Tony MacAlpine. The name Tony MacAlpine is synonymous with modern musical virtuosity. Whether performing as a solo artist, band member, session player, touring hired-gun, or as a producer, Tony MacAlpine continues to prove that he truly is one of rock’s most amazing and versatile musicians.
  8. Dodal says:
    Tony MacAlpine is an American musician and composer. In a career spanning three decades and thirteen studio albums, he is best known as an instrumental rock solo guitarist, although he has worked with many different bands and musicians in guest appearances and collaborations.

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