Flor d'Luna

Album: Moonflower (1977)
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  • Written by keyboard player Tom Coster, the title track of the double Moonflower album was recorded in the studio. Running to 5 minutes 1 second, there is no fancy stuff or fretboard wizardry on this guitar-based instrumental, just Carlos doing what he does best, playing melodic rock/jazz/blues, whatever you want to call this pleasing eclectic mix. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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