Not for me
Whether or not you like this disc will be a matter of personal taste. Bach's music is wonderful, of course, and David Veslocki is a fine guitarist, but his interpretations won't be for everyone.
The chief work here is Bach's Lute Suite in E minor, BWV 996, plus a selection of movements from other works. There is a slight air of Bach's Greatest Hits about it, but that’s fine by me. What I find harder to take is the very romantic, almost sentimental style in which Veslocki plays. To my surprise, I rather like the Prelude to the First Cello Suite played as though it were a gentle lullaby, but that feeling throughout the disc gets far too much for me. Many of these movements are dances, but that gets lost much too often for my taste.
So, this isn't really a disc for me, but others with different taste may like it much more. Certainly the musicianship is very good, so I'd recommend listening to a few samples and if you like them then the disc won't let you down. For me, though, it's not Bach as I like to hear him so my own recommendation is very qualified.