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  1. Faegal Reply
    Dec 15,  · Band: Tony MacAlpine Country of Origin: U.S.A. Genre: Shred, Neoclassical, Progressive Rock/Metal Year: Lineup: Tony MacAlpine (Guitars, Keyboards (exce.
  2. Dojin Reply
    He cites Romantic era composer and piano virtuoso Chopin as one of his biggest influences and as a tribute TONY MACALPINE played his own interpretations of Chopin pieces on many of his solo albums. TONY MACALPINE is widely regarded as a big influence to the neo-classical metal genre of the 80s, helping the genre to develop, but often adding in.
  3. Arashilar Reply
    Tony MacAlpine is on equal ground with Vai, Satriani, Morse, Petrucci, etc. This CD proves it. Also check out the CAB CDs, they are well worth the money. If you are a fan of Niacin and Dennis Chambers drumming, try theCAB stuff (also with MacAlpine on guitar)/5(17).
  4. Neramar Reply
    Buy Tony MacAlpine's album titled Chromaticity to enjoy in your home or car, or gift it to. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. Price: $
  5. Yozshugis Reply
    Tony Macalpine's album, "Chromaticity" is an instrumental offering comprised of aggresive rock and fusion compositions which highlight Tony's incredible technique and melodic chestmurecfaipimic.tranbackmarroremangwealthdisjusipicra.infoinfo by drummer Steve Smith (Vital Information, Journey) and bassist Barry Sparks (Michael Schenker Group,) Tony returns to the neo-classical style that established him as one of the most innovative musicians of.
  6. Kigagis Reply
    Chromaticity, an Album by Tony MacAlpine. Released in on Shrapnel (catalog no. SH ; CD). Genres: Progressive Rock, Neoclassical Metal, Jazz Fusion/5(4).
  7. Kagore Reply
    Jun 30,  · It was my first Tony MacAlpine album purchase and it blew my mind, still does. However, shortly after I got Chromaticity, I acquired Evolution. I ended up liking Evolution better. Which was what I voted. He plays a BC Rich 6-string with 2 singles (1 missing), it sounds awesome, my favorite tone of his is on that guitar and that album.
  8. Fautaxe Reply
    Tony MacAlpine As we’d mentioned before, Tony MacAlpine has a CD coming out shortly or if you’ve preordered then make that sentence past tense. It’s been a solid decade since his last studio solo album Chromaticity was released, and that’s quite a wait, if you ask me – so let’s dive face first into this musical swimming pool and.
  9. Tauzshura Reply
    Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Chromaticity by Tony MacAlpine (CD, Aug, Shrapnel) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!Ratings: 2.