Joined by two legendary guitarists Albert Lee and Laurence Juber, Dorian Michael is an accomplished soloist in his own right, having released 10 records over the past 25 years. On this recording he explores the blues with an ensemble consisting of guitars, bass, piano and drums. An all acoustic, high definition recording, the tracks on this DVD demonstrate the ultimate in sonic fidelity combined with terrific musicianship and well-crafted tunes. This DVD-Audio/Video was revently named one of the 'top acoustics guitar albums' and was selected as a Stereophile Magazine 'Record to Die For' by Kalman Rubinson in 2004, the only DVD-Audio disc to make the list. Guitarists and audiophile have raved about the 'in your living room' sound and energy of this AIX Records release.
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Have you watched Dorian Michael: Acoustic Blues yet? What did you think about it?