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Along the Amazon
Charlie Bisharat
Along the Amazon
 
Original 1993 edition. Track listing: — 1. Elysian Fields — 2. Brushfire — 3. Madison Ave — 4. Ladera Heights — 5. Flip A Coin — 6. We Used To Play In These Hills — 7. M & M's — 8. Andy Gump — 9. Seance — 10. Black Diamond Run — 11. ...  more »

      
   

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All Artists: Charlie Bisharat
Title: Along the Amazon
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Gts Records
Album Type: Original recording
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 748143457120

Synopsis

Product Description
Original 1993 edition. Track listing:
1. Elysian Fields
2. Brushfire
3. Madison Ave
4. Ladera Heights
5. Flip A Coin
6. We Used To Play In These Hills
7. M & M's
8. Andy Gump
9. Seance
10. Black Diamond Run
11. Along The Amazon

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CD Reviews

Boundless Enegry and Talent
Charlie's #1 Fan. | Palatine, IL | 06/09/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This an incredible album. The energy that comes from charlie's music is inspirational. He is a master of his craft! Charlie makes his violin sound like an orchestra. The range of emotion in his music is a gift. My favorite tracks are Elysian Fields, Madison Avenue and Ladera Heights. If you enjoy this album, Charlie has appeared with Strunz and Farah on several of their albums."
Beautiful music! Will take you to the Amazon & beyond!!
slicknick1225 | 02/10/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Why hasn't Charles done another album since 1995?! His violin playing flows beautifully and takes me to another place!"
Great CD!
slicknick1225 | Pennsylvania | 07/24/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Charlie Bisharat has taken the violin the a whole different and contemporary level in his work with Strunz & Farah, John Tesh, and especially on this album. I think Along the Amazon is a great album and Charlie's talent combines with the sleek sound of the Zeta Jazz Electric Violin to create one of the best solo violin albums I have ever heard. In fact, I personally think he is a better violinist than Jean-Luc Ponty, but Charlie is not as well known. I am also wondering why he hasn't recorded another solo album since '93. If you like this album, purchase John Tesh, Live at the Red Rocks, in which Charlie is John's right hand man on the acoustic and electric violin. Also try purchasing any one of Jean-Luc Ponty's vast collection of albums.Note: If anyone knows how i can contact Charlie via email, address, etc., please post a review."