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G3 - Live In Concert

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  • Audio CD (21 Aug. 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Cmg
  • ASIN: B000024F63
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 43,078 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Cool #9
2. Flying In A Blue Dream
3. Summer Song/Interview
4. Zap
5. Manhatten
6. Camel's Night Out
7. Answers
8. For The Love Of God
9. The Attitude Song
10. Going Down
11. My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama
12. Red House

Product Description

titolog3 live in concertartistajoe satriani eric johnson steve vai etichettaepicn. dischi1data26 maggio 1997supportocd audiogenerehard rock e metalpop e rock internazionale----brani1.cool no.9 (joe satriani)ascolta2.flying in a blue dream (joe satriani)ascolta3.summer song (joe satriani)ascolta4.zap (eric johnson)ascolta5.manhattan (eric johnson)ascolta6.camel's night out (eric johnson)ascolta7.answers (steve vai)ascolta8.for the love of god (steve vai)ascolta9.the attitude song (steve vai)ascolta10.going down (joe satriani, eric johnson, steve vai)ascolta11.my guitar wants to kill your mama (joe satriani, eric johnson, steve vai)ascolta12.red house (joe satriani, eric johnson, steve vai)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 24 Oct. 2001
Format: Audio CD
G3 Live in concert - this needs to be a more regular event. This compilation of Satriani, Johnson and Vai is fantastic. The only disappointments are Satriani playing Cool No 9 when he could have done 'circles' or 'satch boogie', and Vai's live rendition of Answers, which is fantastic on the 'Passion And Warfare' album. Indeed, he should have done 'The Crying Machine'*, but these downers do nothing to lower the standard of this album, since these are three modern legends/heroes/gods of guitar. If you like Satriani, Vai and johnson, then you'll love hearing them play together, and against each other.
* 'The Crying Machine', from Vai's 'Fire Garden' album; If you don't have this, GET IT NOW. Everything on it is a pleasure to listen to!
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78 of 88 people found the following review helpful By "alias_john_bailey" on 30 Nov. 2001
Format: Audio CD
At the time of writing, half-a dozen or so excitable air-guitar-fiends have already written reviews of this album averaging not far short of 5 stars. But what if you're not already a convert to virtuoso-rock? What if you've just heard the names Satriani and Vai bandied around, and are wondering what all the fuss is about?
Basically these two guys represent a sort of "Axe University" school of musicianship. Imagine your favourite professor, in cap and gown, lecturing you: "This is how it's done. This is an octave bend; this is two-handed tapping; this is choking - and you may be able to do it as fast as this if you work hard, sonny . . ."
And actually it's all terribly impressive. What's so intimidating (as people used to say about Yes back in the 1970's) is that they can really do this stuff live on stage. It's frankly dazzling. They're the Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven of electric guitar. Wherever the axe evolves to in the future, these guys will have defined it. Like those two classical worthies, these guys have taken everything that went before and melded it into an academic discipline that learned men and women are already writing treatises on. Everything that comes after will either build on it, dilute it, or set out to tear it down.
That's the good part. The bad part is that it's indescribably boring. Compared with these guys, the pages and claptons and hendrixes of this world are just guitarists. And yet, Page and Clapton and Hendrix could say more in a 20 second lead break than the professors can manage in 20 minutes. Neil Young could convey more emotion playing the same note 20 times in a row than the academics can manage playing 20 notes in a second!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By swk@jpd.co.uk on 4 Nov. 1999
Format: Audio CD
A fun-packed introduction to the world of heavy metal from grown-ups ! Joe Satriani kicks off with a blistering version of Cool # 9 - how he has the cheek to make that intro last 2 minutes I do not know. I've played this so much I've almost worn out the CD. Eric Johnson's set pleasantly cools things down a little. Zap and Manhattan really shine. These are the tunes that turned me onto Eric. Steve Vai is...well, Steve Vai. His set will confirm your existing opinions. Love him or hate him you'll have to agree that the boy can play. Medley. All 3 play together on some 70's "standards". Zappa's "My Guitar Wants to Kill Your Momma" is a total scream
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 2 Feb. 2000
Format: Audio CD
This CD is taken from a series of concerts by guitar "super heros". It contains a mixed variety of tunes but they're worth listening too. I find the most inspiring material comes for Eric Johnson even though I'm a big fan of Steve Vai. But Vai does some incredible playing on this CD and dispells his own critisism that he plays sloppily in a live situation! If that's sloppy I'm putting my guitar away! I found Joe Satriani's contribution a little lack-lustre, but that's because he's played the same material live for so long. This was mirrored when I caught the European leg of the G3 tour. Still, this is a good album and worth getting!
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If you need precision accurate guitar playing then where else than satriani and vai. both complete precision freaks. But i must confess to being unaware of the presence of Mr. eric johnson in the world. depending on my moods eric johnson steals the show with the fluidity of some of the guitar runs on this recording. Satriani is as polished as ever and Steve Vai tries to steal the show with his mindblowing technique and effects. I dunno..... i love them all.........and Vai..fruitcake...genius.......never boring
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If you need precision accurate guitar playing then where else than satriani and vai. both complete precision freaks. But i must confess to being unaware of the presence of Mr. eric johnson in the world. depending on my moods eric johnson steals the show with the fluidity of some of the guitar runs on this recording. Satriani is as polished as ever and Steve Vai tries to steal the show with his mindblowing technique and effects. I dunno..... i love them all.........and Vai..fruitcake...genius.......never boring
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Williams on 1 Nov. 2002
Format: Audio CD
If you like Vai and Satch you're going to absolutely cream yourself listening to this live recording. Joe's set is wonderful, and his newer stuff is, in my opinion, recorded better than on the more recent albums; more guitar heavy. His sense of dirty low down blues really comes over here. Vai's set is absolutely awesome. You will not believe the dual guitar playing in Attitude Song. Listen carefully, that's not a guitar effect, that's two guitarists! It is truly amazing. Both Vai and Satch sound like they're playing out of their skins. Very special versions of their tunes here. You won't want to go back to the album versions once you've heard the extra tricks they've thrown in. Sorry Eric Johnson fans, his playing leaves me completely cold. However, the Vai and Satch sets more than make up for that, hence 5 stars. I can't wait to see the DVD.
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