The Al Di Meola Interview



Many of us have gifts and if we begin to access our true nature those gifts become accentuated.

How did you do that? Did it matter? does it now? If you don't put yourself out there then those gifts can not be acted on and your true nature will remain unrefined.

My guest has been putting himself out there his whole life. Northern Exposure in swampy jersey Bars or the Bitter End with Terry Silverlight or at Berklee School of Music.

He's stayed in a few splendid hotels in his day shredding on his axe as he kissed away the electric and brought in the acoustic guitar to play flamenco and jazz and blues and a Friday night in San Francisco that remains a standard bearer in interweaving guitars sharing learning and loving.

He understood early on in his career about the spiritual qualities of music playing with Lenny White and Stanley Clarke. Leaving his physical body and operating on a frequency equivalent to the zone. It feels so good that you don't want to leave it.

He's got his hang ups and his problems but gets on the road to play and get stuff out if his system the way any Romantic Warrior or Elegant Gypsy might do. He has learned to trust himself and actualized his true nature by putting himself out there....

Al Dimeola welcome to the JFS


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