Get Back To Where You Once Belonged: Al Di Meola Pays The Beatles A Second Visit


Al Di Meola was just nine years old when the Beatles performed on the Ed Sullivan show in 1964. Seeing the band changed his life. “That brought a lot of people to want to learn how to play the guitar,” said Di Meola, known for his lickety-split jazz-rock fusion lines with Return to Forever and

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