“World Sinfonia – Heart of the Immigrants” (1993) is Al Di Meola’s second entry with his “World Sinfonia” project. The studio album, his 15th overall, is considered an energetic and vital tribute to Tango master Astor Piazzolla. Recorded on all-acoustic instrumentation, the music oozes the flavour and spirit of Argentina – not least because of the influence of Dino Saluzzi, who enriches this record with the wonderful sounds of his bandoneon. Songs such as ‘Someday My Prince Will Come’ shine with the lush instrumentation, occasionally backed by a string section or the soulful voice of Hernan Romero and make “World Sinfonia – Heart of the Immigrants” an Al Di Meola album that should not be missing from the collections of any fan of Jazz infused with World Music and Tango. The album is finally available on vinyl for the first time ever as a 2LP Black 180g Gatefold Edition as well as a CD Digipak.