Consequence of Chaos

Consequence of Chaos

by Al di Meola


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Product Details

Release Date: 09/26/2006
Label: Telarc
UPC: 0089408364921
catalogNumber: 83649
Rank: 94775

Album Credits

Performance Credits

di Meola   Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Dumbek,Percussion,Cymbals,Electric Guitar,Keyboards,Marimbas,Floor Tom
John Patitucci   Bass Guitar,Double Bass,Acoustic Bass
Barry Miles   Piano,Keyboards,Marimbas
Ernie Adams   Percussion,Bongos,Conga,Drums
Armando Anthony Corea   Piano
Steve Gadd   Drums
Gumbi Ortiz   Percussion,Conga
Mario Parmisano   Piano,Keyboards,Electric Piano
Kornel Horvath   Drums,Shaker,Gato
Victor Miranda   Electric Bass,Bass Guitar,Upright Bass

Technical Credits

Michael Bishop   Authoring
di Meola   Arranger,Composer,Director,Producer,Music Direction
Katsuhiko Naito   Engineer
Anilda Carrasquillo   Art Direction
Paul Antonell   Engineer
Spyros Poulos   Engineer
Rich Tozzoli   Engineer
Susie Doherty   Personal Assistant,Chief Financial Officer
Mike Grieco   Guitar Techician
Lester Lovell   Engineer

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Consequence of Chaos 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have been an Al DiMeola fanatic for years - I have everything he's put out on disc and have seen him live more times than I can count. Al is the best guitarist of my generation and this CD is FANTASTIC! The previous reviewer obviously didn't get it. This CD is as good as it gets. It’s a step in Al's evolution. The Music is complex and beautiful. The Telarc production is stellar. If you have a high quality hi-fi system you’ll love it! "Make sure you listen to the SACD layer." I can hardly wait for his next effort.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have been an Al DiMeola fanatic for years - I have everything he's put out on disc and have seen him live more times than I can count. For the last few years I've been hoping for somthing truly great, and time and again I'm let down. Al is one of the best guitarists in the world, no doubt about it, but this cd is laughable. From the cheesy drum programming to the God-awful synthesizers that show up everywhere, Al has not taken a step forward in years. I enjoyed The Infinite Desire, was satisfied with The Grande Passion, and forced myself to like Flesh on Flesh, but this is getting ridiculous. "Consequence of Choas"? Hardly worthy of the name. There is no fire, no burning passion, just some standard DiMeola fret-play. It's just not interesting. The only song that made me turn the stereo up was Africana Suite, beyond that the whole production is stale. There is no chaos to be found anywhere on this album. It is all sterile and clean. If this was released in 1988, I would have been thrilled. But now? Not so much. I wonder what he is listening to to think that the music on this disc is pushing his art forward. And it's not just DiMeola doing this. Even John McLaughlin's new album, Industrial Zen, was a sad attempt by a world class musician. I wish these guys would forget who they are and just play the guitar.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album is excellent from start to finish, and this is one for Return To Forever fans as well, because not only Al Di Meola is on this album, but his Return To Forever band mate Chick Corea on piano, and Al Di Meola's bandmates as well, and this album will definately get Return To Forever fans fired up, because of the reunion tour of this year (2008). All Return To Forever fans, jazz fans, and guitar enthusiasts will indeed enjoy this album, and Al Di Meola is a recommended guitarist to listen to, for the young guitarists who are taking lessons too.