Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Similarly Requested CDs
Christian Wheeler | St. Louis | 02/02/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Personally, I didn't care for the first Govi effort I experienced--"Andalusian Nights" but I decided to give him another try. The tagline for this collection--"Govi at his exuberant best"--drew me in, and I have no regrets. This is a fantastic compilation of Govi's upbeat works, a smart, sexy collection of lively songs and toe-tapping rhythms, perfectly suited for exercise or other energetic activities...or just for the sheer joy of a wonderful listening experience. (Warning: This CD may cause spontaneous smiles and dancing!) I'm no stranger to the flamenco sound--I thoroughly enjoy the works of Ottmar Liebert and Jesse Cook--but this the most entertaining album of its kind that I've run across. I've since listened to Govi's "Guitar Odyssey" (some of which was featured on this work), and it is also a worthy effort. See also: Armik, Shahin and Sepehr, and the aforementioned Liebert and Cook. Enjoy!"
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Mark Yannone | Phoenix, AZ USA | 10/20/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Every song on this CD is contained on one of Govi's other CDs."
Great, Upbeat selection of Govi tunes
Patrick F. Gough | Sacramento, Ca USA | 12/02/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"As new to the genre of 'New Flaminco', I was drawn to the upbeat, uptempo sound I got in the 'Guitar Greats' selections CD which had Govi's 'Treasure Bay'. I specifically liked this upbeat selection, and when I saw a CD with his upbeat/exuberant songs, I had to buy. Long time Govi fans may not appreciate this album as much as new comers like myself, seeing as how it focuses on a limited aspect of this artist's talent. For me, however, I was attracked to the very song style this CD stated it had; the upbeat ones. If this is what you are looking for, then this album delivers. If you are Govi fan looking for new material or a full selection of this artists' obvious talent, then you may not be fully satisfied."