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My 'Personal Favorite' Album of 1991
Joseph Goria | L.A. CA USA | 02/25/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"When I bought this album (on cassette) in Sept. 1991 - I thought what a great album, with great texture and class. I've always been a fan of 'jazz-fusion' with Metheny-eqse harmonies - this album just blew me out of 'Cape Suzette'!! Almost 15 years later, this album is still one of my 'personal favorite' records EVER MADE. I popped the cassette again in my car player going home last night following an evening having fun at Disneyland. I played this album quite a bit on KSBR college radio station (I was in college and hosted a weekly show on our station in 1991) My personal favorite was "Song For M", "Bacchante" and the title track. I felt the magic Summers was conveying then, and still does today. This album is a testiment to his incredible musicianship - and it's a shame the CD is not readily available at your record store. A masterpiece from one year of my youth, made the sweeter by having this album blasting from my car back then (and now) Peace - JG SoCalSpinner.com"
An impressive piece of work
sauerkraut | 03/17/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Andy Summers' World Gone Strange was released in 1991. This album is comprised of guitar-based instrumental music. Ten tracks are contained. Altogether, I find the songwriting to be gratifying, the musicianship to be impeccable, and the sound quality to be satisfying. As for Summers' guitar work, it is proficient and pleasing. Even though I like all the compositions, my favorites are "World Gone Strange," "Bacchante," and "Song for M." "World Gone Strange" is a smooth, classy piece with pretty guitar playing from Summers; also, nice piano work is included. "Bacchante," one of my favorite instrumentals in general, is an indispensable gem--it is serene and displays a beautiful guitar line from Summers (keyboard and piano playing are also presented). The laid-back "Song for M" exhibits tasteful guitar work from Summers; this cut also furnishes keyboarding. When it comes to the CD insert, it includes two photos of Summers--one color and one black and white. The disc is almost 51 minutes. Actually, I rate this album 3.5 stars. It is a memorable, enjoyable piece of work."